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Drakes Paint Medford

Elegant Neutrals - Interior


Neutrals Exude Calm 

Relaxing and soothing, neutral colors—including white and gray—exude calm. When realtors stage a home, they commonly choose neutral paint colors because of their adaptability, inviting nature, and overall balance. Neutral colors in a bedroom can help you assess your clothing more easily.

How to Choose Neutral Paint Colors

When considering neutral paint color, look at the undertone that aligns with your desired design outcome:

  • For a cozy feel in your room, consider a warm neutral paint color with undertones of yellow, red or orange.
  • If you want a more open, airy vibe, consider neutrals such as white and gray that have cooler undertones like green, blue or purple.

The appearance of wall colors tends to shift throughout the day. Paint colors are especially prone to taking on different tonalities from morning to evening, under both natural and artificial lighting conditions. We suggest that you purchase a color sample of the shades you like best and test each one before you decide on a final color.


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Selecting Sheen for Your Color

The selection of finish depends on the desired mood, aesthetic and functional goal of the room you are painting. For a highly sophisticated look, paint both walls and trim in one hue, either using the same finish on both surfaces, or using a lower sheen on the walls such as a matte. Opt for a semi-gloss or high gloss on the trim for subtle contrast.

Matte
A matte paint delivers a soft, contemporary appearance.

Semi-Gloss
Higher sheens, like semi-gloss, are easy to clean, making them great options for cabinets or doors that are frequently opened, closed and in general, touched a lot.

High Gloss
A higher gloss offers dramatic highlights, making a painted room feel more formal.