Turquoise is beautiful, luxurious, and fresh. This color scheme is often called as the royal color because it reminds of the color of gemstone. No matter how luxurious and highly beautiful it is, it is risky to apply as the ‘key’ of color in your home, especially if you get the wrong of combination. Turquoise doesn’t look good for large surfaces. However, there are many people who feel more daring to décor at least one room in turquoise tone color.
Turquoise wall paint, for instance, is applied to transform an ordinary-look-room into fresh and stunning room. This happens if you use turquoise color palette successfully. Amazing and incredible results may be achieved if you also consult with the professional first. Why? Not all your trials are successful. Sometimes, the effects amaze you, but other times the result doesn’t look perfect. Even, it could be just kitschy.
In decorating rooms in turquoise wall paint, first thing to do is you have to figure out what turquoise hues you’re going to use. There are several turquoise hues available. An aggressive appearance can strikes your eyes for long time stay. To reduce this effect, you can use this hue only for small parts/ surfaces. Another smart solution is by transforming it with other lighter/ pale hues. Apply bold turquoise hues merely for accessories, interior details, and other small items, not for wall.
Conversely, pale or lighter turquoise wall paint may be selected to build up relaxing nuance. This effect is similar to pale blue’s effect. So, to release your stress, pale blue or pale turquoise color palette is well recommended.