How to Paint Room and Gray Sectional Sofa

Oct 6th

You because the couch is probably one of the biggest furniture in the room, you want to combine with the walls as best you can. This does not mean you have to paint the walls of gray, but a cold even need to choose a neutral color or color to complement the color of the gray sectional sofa.

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Gray Sectional Sofas with Chaise

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  1. Choose paint colors that are cold colors such as blue gray and greenish gray, if the sofa is very neutral or cool gray. If the gray sectional sofa, you need to avoid choosing cool colors and warm tones such as beige, tan and copper.
  2. Choose paint colors that are colorful and lively, whenever possible. The colors like eggplant and sage concern good with gray.
  3. Avoid choosing opaque paint colors like cream, white or simple gray; perhaps combined with the sofa, but that does not mean they look good. The white and cream probably wear out the room, while simple gray sectional sofa will make the room look sad and weak.
  4. Pinto paint samples of your favorite possibilities for the wall above the couch and let dry. Do not choose a color for the room unless you see it in all its qualities of light, including daylight and night.