#41. The Color Palette
Choosing a color palette and laying it out in front of your eyes is a good way to start before actually applying anything to make sure it works out. Pink, green, and creamy white don’t look too shabby after all.
#42. True Elegance
The one and only coco channel say that simplicity is the keynote to true elegance. I think she left out that black and white are the main elegant colors that give simplicity that legendary reputation, am I right? You can never get sick of a black and white combination no matter how long it lasts.
#43. The Whole Color Spectrum
Too tired of thinking too much about “The One”? Did you reach a point where you believe searching is hopeless? Don’t give up now! Mix all the colors in one hue and get the crisp white color that just goes with any furniture and every personal taste out there and save yourself from the endless search through decor catalogs.
#44. Blow Away
Get inspired by anything around you, especially by the epic wonders of nature with this blown away on a windy day tree wall paint.
#45. No Distractions
Do you have a nice natural view right outside your living room but don’t want to set interior styles that might distract you from the real outside goodness? Choose this recession chic color now.
#46. More & More Brown
Brown here, brown there, brown everywhere! If the floor tiles are too bright, pick out a paint color to dim it out to settle it down.
#47. Full White
The Best thing about white is that it pairs up with any color in the field. Dark or bright, warm or cold. it’s the neutral Switzerland of all colors.
#48. Your Own Garden
Green has that calming effect that is believed to make people relieved by helping people relax. It’s the nature of green gardens and vast fields on a spring day and that’s what makes it so special.
#49. Minty Green
No wall should be too saturated or too light to reach perfection. Each color has its own artistic approach.
#50. Cheerful Yellow
Being a cheerful color, yellow makes a good choice for wall paint in a living room and brightens up your darkest days!
All in all, color psychology can help you choose the right mood for each room that not only affects your feelings but also every other person who sets foot inside of it. So for the greater good, you should definitely think more than twice before you finally pick out your new living room paint color and get a stunning look!