3. Similar to the process of designing and planning the entire house, when choosing colours, it is best not to plan rooms that are “for show” only, such as an all white living room. Aside from the lack of functionality, the result is always alienating. In such cases it is preferable to introduce a personal touch by adding a dash of colour to the curtains, pillows or by adding pieces of art, that create an inviting and approachable atmosphere.
4. In the children’s room you can go wild with bolder colours. Children love to hop from one thing to another and this energizes them. It is always nice to give them a wall that they can paint on and then erase and then repaint, without the limitations of paper.5. Most importantly, don’t be afraid and trust the architect or designer that you are working with. Most people are afraid to use colour and there is no logical explanation for this.