home decor. Friday , March 10th , 2017 - 20:36:02 PM
When painting the interior walls of the house, Victorians preferred using traditional colors, such as red, emerald, dark brown, and amber. These colors were much in vogue during that time, as they helped to provide the home, a dramatic effect that most people liked in that era.
The walls should be painted in light, neutral colors such as beige and white, so that it appears spacious and at the same time dispels darkness, if any. However, there are always exceptions to this rule. If your hallway is very large and wide, you can experiment with a plethora of bright colors such as red and yellow, as long as these colors go with the interior painting in the other areas of your house. One good idea is to paint it in a neutral shade and just when it is about to end, paint it in two or three shades darker color. If there is an adjoining staircase, you can spice up the look by painting the stairs in some unique colors and patterns.
The best thing about Gothic home decor is that you can plan it the way you want. There are no hard and fast rules regarding what can be and what cannot be included. On top of that, even if the look that you get finally seems less than perfect, it will add to the aura and mystery of the house!
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