An Affordable and Easy-to-use Tool Makes Choosing a Paint Colors for the Bedroom Simple
Beachwood, OH -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/06/2016 -- SureSwatch makes it easy to test out colors in a room without the hassle of painting the wall itself or using tedious methods of taping newspapers or other surfaces and then painting over those. SureSwatch allows individuals to simply choose their paint samples, paint the SureSwatch sheet and place the painted SureSwatch on their wall. SureSwatch is a removable, paintable clear film that accurately depicts one's paint color of choice.
When it comes to bedrooms, there are many factors to consider when choosing the right paint colors. If bedroom furniture is already present, then that is obviously one of the first important considerations when thinking about coordination. Pulls colors from the fabric of a beloved chair, area rug, or bedspread. An accent color on a bedspread may make the perfect paint color for the bedroom.
When picking paint colors for bedrooms, it's important to know one's ultimate goal. Do you want a soft, calming, subtle room? If so, stick with unsaturated, natural hues: natural greens, tans, pale blues. These colors are found close to each other on the color wheel and produce a mellow and serene effect when used together.
For a more exciting, contemporary look, consider using a complimentary color palette. This means choosing colors from opposite sides of the color wheel: green and red, blue and orange, yellow and purple. A great way to accomplish this is through the use of both paint and accessories. For example, if a bedspread is white with large purple flowers, a beautiful and complimentary paint color for the bedroom walls would be a sage green as the sage green of the walls will really make the purple of the flowers pop.
When choosing paint colors for bedrooms, it is usually advisable to save the bold and bright colors for accents. A bright pink may look great when used in a couple of throw pillows and in a vase on a nightstand; painting walls bright pink, however, is another story. A bold color on the walls will likely be too energetic, even shocking, in a bedroom.
"There are many ways to test paint colors for bedrooms before making a commitment and we encourage folks to use SureSwatch to make the process as smooth and painless as possible before taking the plunge,"shared SureSwatch Co-Founder Jamie Peltz.
SureSwatch is available in a 9? x 12? sheet. SureSwatch solves the problem of color visualization without leaving a mess on the wall! It is conveniently available at Home Depot stores, online or other hardware retailers. To learn more about where to buy, visit SureSwatch's website.
SureSwatch was developed by inventors Jamie Peltz and Robert Golownia to assist consumers with the daunting task of picking their paint colors. The process starts with the search. Consumers look through magazines and websites trying to find the look they want to recreate. From there, it's off to stores like The Home Depot to find the "500" paint swatches that will help them narrow their choice. Once everything's been narrowed down to a handful of colors, the final step to choosing the paint color is to paint color samples in the home itself. SureSwatch comes in and makes it easier to paint color samples since you paint the SureSwatch not the wall. Just paint the clear film with the paint color, peel the liner and stick the painted SureSwatch to the wall. It's like painting the wall, just better!