How to Choose Color Open Floor House Plans
Choosing color colors in an open floor house plans can be a challenge. Deciding on any color is an important expression of individuality. In an open floor plan, you also need to make sure that not only your personal taste is reflected, but that all the colors you choose complement each other. You need to think about things like creating clear boundaries between spaces, and making small spaces feel larger, so open floor plans are often found in small spaces such as studio apartments.
Determine your primary goal of space. For example, you may want to make a small studio apartment with an open floor plan seem larger. Or maybe you want to create separate, clearly defined areas within a room that separates between a sleeping and a living room. In a larger room with an open floor plan, you simply want to create a sense of unity throughout the space. Explore the space. Go over the entire floor plan; observe how it works from every angle. Note which areas you can see from each site, so you have an idea of which areas need to be painted to complement each other.
Choose your primary color. This will be the color of the largest, most important or most dominant area in the room. If you want to make a small room seem more expansive, just use light color paint throughout the space. Choose additional open floor house plans, pick them specifically to complement or coordinate with your primary color. As you choose additional colors, think of which areas you can see from other places to make sure none of the colors are visible in a space hit with each other.