Paint Colors for Interior Doors and Trim – I’m obsessed with the obsession with home design. Of course, you already know that I have a weakness for color colors. My other obsession is the inner doors. Combine the two and I’m in the paradise of design! Today I wanted to merge my two dream worlds and share some of the finest colours of the interior door to inspire you to see the possibilities.
Over the past two years, the non-white colour that goes over the traditional whole-white track and painting the interior doors has really increased. I know a lot of you started it and love it, but for the rest of you, just let me try to plunge your feet into the water and see the beautiful possibilities.
The almost black doors look so amazing and the trick is the “almost ” black part. The real black is very strong and can be tough. Although in certain circumstances and in some houses a real black is fabulous on the interior doors, I always try to keep my clients away from the realm of painting a real black man. Simply eliminating the black by choosing an almost black one with a shade of grey or brown makes all the difference because the black is soft and diffused.
One of the questions about the painting we receive is the painting of interior doors and shapes. This generally looks like this: “The walls of my room are painted (filled with white) in color.” I’m all about painting the doors and cutting in the white room because I feel like it’s going to make them more visible. Would it be possible to paint the doors and cut the same colour as the walls?
It is true; The painting of the interior doors and trim in white or in contrast to the colors of the walls will bring them out. However, if you paint them in the same colour as the walls, you will help them mingle and almost disappear. This is something decorators and designers use in small rooms, narrow hallways with lots of doors and rooms with low ceiling.
A small room will look visually more spacious because the white trims or doors aren’t there to stop you when you look around. When you look in a multi-door hallway, not all doors jump when they mix into the walls. And if you have a room with low ceilings, painting baseboards and crown molds will make the room bigger.
Even though it is painted in the same color as the walls, the simple shapes give this piece a contemporary and sophisticated look. If the shapes had been painted in a high-contrast colour, that would have completely changed the atmosphere of this room and probably preoccupied it too much for the style of the room as it is.
If you’re looking for an unexpected place to add paint to your home, why not try painting your door? It’s less of an obligation than painting an entire room, but it’s sure you smile every time you come in or out.
The painted doors of the house above, noted in the modern house, create an amusing color effect: The rooms where they end up are painted in a palette of dark black-and-white, but the hallway side of the doors (and the bottom of the hallway Also) are light blue. When the door is closed, you stand in a black and white room: With the door open, you get a nice color shake.
A painted door with contrast paint on the wall, like bright blue on white or orange, will grab your attention, but it also visually shares a small space. If you prefer a more elegant and homogeneous appearance, or if the door is in an uncomfortable place, for example near a corner or at the end of a hallway, paint it and colour it in the same colour as the walls.
Use a semi-glossy color to give a small distinction to a simple door, or a shiny color to give more presence to a beautiful door. The doors and their fittings tend to get dirty through their use; It’s easier to wipe a color that has at least a little sparkle than a matte color. If you want to give your door a bold colour, adjust it to the accent colour of the room to fit perfectly.
Pastel yellow, mint green or pale aqua lend themselves a shabby chic style; The deep greens or reds have a classic appeal; Bright colours have a modern twist; The combination of white with black, light grey or tan makes for a minimalist look.