Getting dizzy looking at paint colour charts? Sometimes the problem is too much choice and it's hard to know if you’re getting it right. Here we’ll reveal the secrets to selecting the right shade for your living room first time round.


White walls: a blank canvas for picture-perfect interiors

What could be quicker, easier and safer than white? It instantly adds light, a feeling of spaciousness and works perfectly with any style. And if your living room is small, look no further.

White gives you free reign to express your personality with your furniture and décor choices, it’s as dependable as a faithful friend and opens up an endless range of design possibilities.


Add a warm glow with beige

Beige is a safe choice to instantly convey a warm, homely feel to your living space. And the best part? It’s one of the most popular choices for living room décor, set to become one of those design classics that simply never goes out of fashion. So why not make comfort a priority?

Beige forms the perfect backdrop for furniture made from natural materials. Achieve a comfortable homely feel using wood, earth tones, and natural fibres such as wicker or rattan. Then sit back and enjoy a warm, cosy living room.


Grey is here to stay

Dreaming of a modern living space? The new grey has marked a turning point in contemporary interiors. It’s unquestionably versatile but it also conveys a relaxing, “cave” effect and can be successfully combined with modern, industrial style and a whole range of furniture and décor ideas.

Make sure you get the combination of greys spot on – take a look at our post on how to decorate a living room in greys for guaranteed success!


Colourful ideas for living rooms

Still unsure? Surprisingly, wallpaper can actually help make your choice easier. It’s simple to use and remove if you like changing colours frequently and we love the idea of applying it to just one wall to really dress your home and make a design statement.

Head over to our blog for more decoration ideas to help you achieve your dream living room click here to keep reading.

April 26, 2021, 11 a.m.