You have an open plan house and the off-white walls just go on forever...
But you love color. You’re a colorful kind of person.
And you’re a little nervous about dousing your walls in your favorite hue.
It’s expensive to professionally paint. It’s a big mess. And you might be moving out in a year or two and don’t want to repaint, again, to “go neutral," like your realtor will most likely advise you to do.
And, besides, you’re not into big statements. You like subtlety. Sophistication.
And you like to change your mind.
Sooooo . . . A big dose of color on the walls might not be the best treatment for never-ending walls.
Color, when strategically placed, can make a wide-open area feel like it's as colorful and personal as you always wished it to be.
An all-white / neutral / colorless space, when gently, simply, strategically touched with color -- even in one single location -- can be just as powerful as color painted all over those unending walls.