Allow me to apologize in advance for the topic of the post. I am sorry I'm talking about paint. Again.
But here's the reason why. In the midst of me looking for inspiration and ideas all over the internet I have come across some design advice, on more than one occasion, that is starting to bother me. And by bother I mean, give me a complex and make me rethink my entire home decor. The advice is; all rooms in a house should be painted in a unified colorway.
Do you agree?
I'm not sure if I do but I'm also a first time homeowner so I have no real experience to go by. And while I know that it would be silly to have one room beige and the room next door neon orange I'm not sure that I want every room in my home painted varying shades of blue-green-gray. In fact, I had my heart set on painting our guest bedroom a bold peacock blue and doing my craft room a bright kelly green. Will that clash with a gray master bedroom, a chocolate loft and a mint green-blue downstairs? Do I have to paint the den that joins the downstairs the same color since it has no doors? Cause honestly in my opinion that just sounds downright booooring.
Here is one very thorough article about the subject and the one that really got me rethinking my plan.
So can I do different colors without it looking stupid?