One of the biggest challenges when renovating your home is choosing the colours of the paint for your home.\nEach room has a different purpose and activity and so a different colour is required. \nBut there is the same process for each room that will help you pick the right colours.\nHere is agood video from Lowes that gives a very good explanation and steps on how to choose the paint colours for each room.\n1. Stick To Your Favourites\n\n\nChoose colours you love\nLook at your wardrobe\nAny favourite photos and the colours in them\n\n \n2. Use Existing Furniture as a Guide \n\n\nCoordinate with your current furniture\nLook for complimentary colours\nConsider quieter shades of your favourite colours\n\n \n3. Think About Your Room Size\n\n\nHow big do you want the room to feel\nDark colours makesa room feel small and cozy\nLighter colours create a bigegr and brighter appearance\n\n \n4. Keep an Eye on Nearby Walls\n\n\nWhat is the colour flow for your home\nHow does your home flow from room to room\n\n \n5. Analyze Lighting\n\n\nDifferent lights will ahve a different affect on colours\nNatural light with give the most natural colour\nArtifical light will change the way you see the colour\n\n \n6. Mood and Function\n\n\nEat, Work or Play; what is the purpose of each room\nNeed to energise then think about Reds and Yellows\nFor relaxing think about greys and browns\nSheen will reflect light and be brighter\nFlat will give a room a cozy and subtle feel\n\n \n7. Try Samples\n\n\nAlways try samples to gain a better feel of how each colour will look.\n\nThis is a very good 7 step process to follow when you are looking to paint any room in your house. You need to be comfortable with the colours you choose and like becasue you are the person living in your home.\nYou can watch the full video below.\n \n\n \nThere are 7 steps to help you choose the paint for your home or kitchen renovation.\nAll the best.