Purple Wall Paint: The Variants

Purple is inspired from radiant orchid color. Many people call this color violet. But actually, violet is more hit-wonderful than you may think. It has softer and deeper shades. More than that, violet is powerful and rich.
Purple is also related to lavender tone color as the tone color is similar to lavender’s color. Whatever purple names you use, these color schemes help you to create girly or feminine look. To reduce girly effect, just add other non-girly tone colors, such as white, black, and grey. These colors may be applied on interior accessories, furniture, or industrial pieces.

Purple has various color shades. Violet and lavender are only the two most popular purple color shades. Actually there are still some other color shades. One of them is amethyst purple. We all know that purple is formed by mixing the blue and red colors. Much more blue means cooler and darker purple color. This cooler and darker purple color is called amethyst purple.

And be careful to give the red because if you give more red, it will become mauve, not amethyst. To make the room sweet, you need to add blue pieces together with this type of purple wall paint. The room looks cooler after you apply this color combination.

Well, we are going to share short tips how to decorate a room in purple. First tips, if you love bold tone color, like bold purple paint wall, you can take this idea. Try to apply double bold purple colors. It means that you use two fronts displaying ultra-saturated purple. You can add yellow placed alongside the purple. Both are opposite and when both are paired, they will create beautiful hues. The hues are so harmonious. Soft or lighter purple wall paint appear powerful and deep after being combined with stronger and deeper colors such as white lamp and throw pillow.

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