Give your home that cozy feeling with a fresh coat of these color ideas.
When colder weather strikes, you’ll be spending more time indoors curled up next to the fire or relaxing on your own space. Creating a cozy and comfortable environment starts with the paint color on your walls. From rich, intimate hues of red to neutral, homey earth tones, there are plenty of color choices that will instantly warm up your space.
So get inspired by the collection of images we have gathered for you below and create a warm and inviting atmosphere in any space of your home with one of these colorful looks.
The right shade of white can make or break a room. The perfect off-white color can act as a backdrop for your room decor while creating a cozy living environment.
YELLOW AND CHOCOLATE BROWN
Earthy warm hues of yellow and chocolate brown give this modern living room a retro 70’s vibe. The pale yellow walls are paired with a white ceiling, lighter shades of their warmer tones, which complement each other well.
Traditional and soothing, a dark green-hued space invites serenity and style to a room’s design. Try mixing moody green paint into your space for a hint of elegance that works well with neutral tones and rich browns.
Orange is the warm dominating color in this contemporary living room. The fabric covering the upholstered coffee table is vinyl. The white storage built-ins on the left have orange interiors.
RICH RED AND GRAY
Make a statement by selecting a rich, deep red for your dining room walls. If you’re not ready to commit to an entirely red room, try painting an accent wall for a warm hint of red or soften in with gray paint.
YELLOW, BEIGE AND TAUPE
A yellow, beige, and taupe color scheme may sound a little dated. But here it appears surprisingly modern in this bright French apartment. The wall is decorated with Scandinavian accessories. A favorite on Pinterest are the stylish wood knob coat hooks.
When sorting through living room color ideas to warm up your space, a pale shade of blue can appear cool, but still provide a calming atmosphere that is subtle and effortless.
If you love a warm and vibrant look, dress up your living room walls with shades of orange. Tangerine, blood orange and pumpkin are all hues of orange to try if you’re looking to punch up the color in your living room.
SHADES OF GRAY
While gray tones can come off cool and dreary, the right shade of gray will open up your living room and add a little silver lining to the space.
Create an inviting room by designing with a warm color scheme, adding personality and interest and keeping the feel of autumn in your home all year long. Since warm colors tend to advance, this means that they tend to draw in a space, making it cozy and welcoming. Comfort is when you walk into a room and feels embraced by your surroundings.