I’ve been thinking about my entrance hallway and how I want to make it over. I am a lover of colour, but the thought of painting entire walls is not sitting well with me. Within my home colour is in the furniture and accessories and I’ve realised I do enjoy the calmness of the white walls. As part of my makeover I have thought about painting and as I have been searching for options these different ways to paint have come up.
Pops Of Colour On Doorway Edges.
I first saw this idea on Bright Bazaar who credits Martha Stewart Living where colour is added just to the edge of the door. This is a great way to create colour impact without committing to an entire wall. A great contrast adding colour against neutral walls. I also feel that this allows me to have a bright colour that might have been overwhelming on a bigger piece.
Creating Frames Around Doorways.
2lgstudio are colour lovers and design beautiful spaces for their clients. I was particularly drawn to this scalloped framing around doorways. Again, it allows a pop of colour without taking over an entire space.
Subtle Wall Stripes.
Emma Jane Palin is a fab designer blogger who loves bold colour, creativity and culture. Not one to stop being a renter get in her way, Emma has injected design into her many abodes. In her previous flat she added simple stripes at the top of her walls. I like the one she did in the bedroom that added the scallop motif as well.
Arches and Circles.
With small spaces adding colour can be encroaching and I adore the way Gen from Collective Gen has added this arch in her daughter’s bedroom. This simple design creates a distinct space for the bookshelf. Gen has also experimented with painting half her front door using this approach of creating shapes.
For the moment the arches and circles idea are my favourite. The scallop look is a close second. I want to wait until all the pieces including the hanger are installed before I decide.