Show your true colors
Tired of the white walls in your house? It may be time to go for color. But thinking about painting your walls rose or green is one thing. Doing it is another.
Relax. There are plenty of tips out there to make the process of choosing a color less traumatic. Here's one to get you started:
"Look at the colors in your furniture and/or artwork and build on that. When reviewing strips of paint samples, move down the strip past the two palest shades into the midtones and deeper shades. Take a color that already exists in the room and match it with its deeper, richer version on the strip. That's your color," a spokeswoman for Benjamin Moore Paints recently told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.