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The Perfect Wallpaper Tips For Your Home

Walls, draperies, upholstery are deep, harmonizing browns and blues. There’s no price tag on color. Rich color is no more expensive than drab color. Dark walls in a small bedroom?

Rich colors and home wallpaper designs like coral makes your hall friendly as a handshake. But be sure the color you pick is deep and mellowónot drab or mousy, You don’t spend much time in a hall, so the brighter the color, the better.

Earth brown is none too dark if you use it this way. Walls, draperies, upholstery are deep, harmonizing browns and blues. Beige carpet plus wood tones bring contrast. Then the white picture frame and the coral napkins touch off the whole scheme.

Let your walls match the background color of your draperies if you want a restful setting like this. Beige of carpet, blue of upholstery is in the draperies, too. That ties room together. Coral from hall comes into living room as a gay accent all through the house

There’s no price tag on color. Rich color is no more expensive than drab color. And you can have those dark walls you admire for just the price of the paint. Dark walls are easy to scheme from, too. They’re versatile enough to look right in any room ó from your front door all through your home. The only rule is to use medium-light color for contrast and a clash of brilliant color or white for accent. So pick smart, deep shades of the colors you like. You can plan schemes as inviting and livable as these.

Dark walls in a small bedroom? Of course. They won’t make it look any bigger, but they will make the room more interesting and more fun to live in. See how rich blue walls set wood colors glowing and add sparkle to yellows and beige.

Green is what you’d call a restful color. So rich green walls are a natural for your bedroom. See how they dramatize cherry furniture and colors picked from that drapery pattern ólight green, melon, beige. White lamps are the sharp accent you need.

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