Are you to the point where you are starting to dread the colors of your walls? Many homeowners paint noticeable areas, but it is the spaces we tend to spend the majority of our time in that needs to have attention. Your closet is one of those areas that needs attention. Repainting a closet space can go a long way to completing a room and giving a home an overall finished look. So now begins the process of figuring out what colors to choose and how you want the closet to look when you are finished.
Most homeowners like to stick to neutral tones when it comes to closets. Tans, grey, and beige are all colors that work great together. The reason why these colors work well is due to how easy they can blend with other colors. We find neutral colors in closets make them feel larger, and it allows the clothes to stand out more, which can assist with wardrobe coordination.
The finish of the paint is another thing to consider. Do you want it to be glossy? Probably not as it gives off a shine that isn’t always appealing. Satin finishes are nicer as they are softer and set the tone for a completed home. Satin has the advantage of not showing off scuff marks like other paint. If you are using the closet as a pantry, this is a perfect area to consider semi-gloss as it is easier for cleaning.
One of the services we provide at Brush Brothers is free custom paint consultation. We can help you find the best paint colors for all areas of your home, including your closet. For homeowners with large walk-in closets, we recommend considering a custom consultation to determine which paint will set the right tone. Darker neutral paint colors are cozier and easier to conceal dust. The downside to dark colors is that it can stand out when you are dealing with lighter colors in a bedroom. Dark shades do not reflect light well, which can make a closet feel dark and uncomfortable.
We have worked with a lot of homeowners that want to be bold with the colors of their home. Many people like the idea of bright, bold colors as the closet is normally closed off with a door or hinged doors. If you like the idea of a distinct space, why not try a rich color that will make the area stand out.
While many homeowners like the idea of DIY projects, they can pose to be problematic for a lot of people. Closets in particular are a small space that has shelves and organizers and can often be hard to deal with. Hiring Brush Brothers is the right plan if you want to paint your close and have it look professional and improves the overall look and feel of your home.