Certified Color Expert Cheryl Adams – Rochester MI
Choose the right colors for your home the first time with the help of Certified Color Expert, Cheryl Adams, based in Rochester, Michigan. Cheryl uses a Six-Step Color Read Process to help YOU confidently decide on colors so your home feels stylish, comfortable, and one you love. Choosing color is tricky. According to a Benjamin Moore poll, fifty percent of paint sales are due to mistakes! Save money BEFORE you paint or hire a painter by contacting Cheryl at 248-509-4720 for an in-home consultation.
How To Choose A Paint Color – Rochester Hills
With the thousands of pant chips available at paint stores, it can be hard to know where to begin. Have you ever painted a room only to find the color does not look as you thought it would? Many factors, including natural light, lighting fixtures, season, and existing furnishings, fixtures, and finishes, influence the way a color looks. If you want to make sure you’re choosing the right colors, as well as colors that will create harmony from room-to-room, or from interior to exterior, you can use the rules of design and color. Cheryl Adams, a certified color expert from Color Confifent Home, is trained to help you create your personal palette with confidence.
After an initial phone interview, Cheryl will provide an on-site consultation to help you choose your paint palette for walls, trim, and ceilings. Using her Six-Step Color Process and the rules of color and design, she will take into consideration your current cabinets, counter tops, and flooring and make recommendations for your overall color scheme. Cheryl will work with you the whole time, assessing your color sensitivity and likes as well as your current furnishings. She provides large paint samples you can keep for easier selection of your paint color schemes.
- If you’re starting from scratch, do the undertones in your finishes match?
- Which neutrals and colors will complement those elements?
- How is your current lighting affecting your colors and the feel of your home?
Cheryl Adams – Certified Color Expert – Color Confident Home of Rochester Hills Michigan can help you decide on paint and color for you home that creates harmony from room to room.
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Choose Interior Colors with Confidence in Your Michigan Home
Who’s the boss in your home? The first step to choosing interior colors for your walls is to determine the dominant features and the undertones in your furnishings and finishes. If your granite counter tops have a strong pattern or consist of multiple colors, they will be a determining factor in your color selection. A grayish-blue sofa must be considered when selecting wall colors. Are your cabinets wood? The colors in the wood will also give you a starting point for choosing your paint. Lastly, your flooring materials will either be neutral or dominant depending on the material, pattern, and color.
A friend recently asked me why the kitchen cabinets she painted a light gray did not look right. With the recent trend of gray, many homeowners struggle to find the right colors to go with their existing finishes. When I assessed my friend’s existing finishes, I discovered her backsplash had brown undertones. I explained to her any updates to the past Tuscan trend of warm tones like browns, muted oranges and reds, and golds requires paint colors like beiges, creams, and off-whites to harmonize with the undertones. The incoming trend of “greige,” a warmer gray with brownish undertones, would tie in her backsplash while still giving her the updated look she wants, IF she chooses the right greige. Remember, undertones are key.
No matter the undertone, patterns are considered bosses. Granite, quartz, marble, patterned backsplashes, brick fireplaces, and stone are dominant features, unless they are very neutral in color and pattern. And remember the undertones. (Have I stressed that enough?) Carrera Marble and gray, black, and bluish undertones go well with whites, grays, blacks, navy, and more saturated colors. Again, consider your flooring, especially if it’s tile. A pinky beige tile paired with neutrals containing any undertone other than pink will look off.
So before you choose your interior colors, know who’s the boss.
For more info or a quote call: 248-509-4720 – Cheryl Adams – COLOR confident HOME – Rochester, Michigan 48306