You can combine different shades within any existing styles. But each style direction implies the presence of its own base color and options for combining contrasts.
Wall painting in different styles
Consider the specifics of using the color palette in more detail:
Minimalism is short and concise. The walls are painted in such a way that the interior has a maximum of two colors. Geometric shapes of the correct shape can be used as decoration elements. All lines must be clear and straight.
Modern style also suggests the presence of one or two colors. But in this case, there may be drawings, complex ornaments and graphic images on the walls.
The loft is prone to accents. For example, one of the walls can be styled as brickwork. Often they try to artificially age it or cover it with paint.
Classic prefers pastel colors that go well with beautiful furniture and mirrors.
Provence coincides in color with the classics, but at the same time, contrasting stripes may be present on the walls. This style is characterized by drawings close to natural themes and ornaments.
Country gravitates towards natural colors that match the shades of wood and stone. Walls are usually painted in one color using white or brown paint.
Scandinavian style can be recognized by seeing the combination of white, blue and yellow with the texture of stone and brickwork.
A variety of shades will allow you to create the desired design, and the paint will help maintain its durability. In order to update the appearance of the room, you just need to pick up a brush or roller and choose the desired color scheme.