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The furniture is assembled, the knick-knacks are ready to be put up, the guest list for the house-warming party is growing. But nothing can be done about it: those too-white walls leave you speechless. But the paint rollers are still at hand - and so is the magic of colour. It only takes a few hours and a few well thought-out brushstrokes to radically change the look of a room! A doorway arch, a theatrical alcove, trompe l'oeil frames... Discover our eight inspirations for personalising your interior with paint.
In the decorating bingo, you've won the jackpot. On the one hand, a built-in alcove, which has been a must for some years. On the other, a luminous terracotta, which highlights the curves of this children's desk. The interior designer Élodie Cottin had fun highlighting the whole with warm light wood, from the antique chair to the well-placed rattan suspension. A mini desk for maximum inspiration.
Changing everything often comes down to almost nothing. Take this white wall, too white. Interior designer Céline Hervé only needed a few brushstrokes to open up the perspectives and make the space more dynamic, simply by highlighting the door frame with a bright Klein blue. Let's start the clock: see you in two hours to admire the result at home!
It's mathematical: the smaller the room, the more room for paint. Chosen in a bold colour, it allows you to delimit the spaces and write the personality of a place. In this 13m2 room renovated by Marn Déco, wine red sets the scene in the kitchen. Klein blue highlights the entrance door and enhances the white ceiling. A bold choice, softened by the rounded credenza and the wood of the furniture.
That's the great thing about painting: one stroke of the roller and a decor you've grown tired of becomes a blank page again. There are no more excuses for not getting started! At Amandine and Nicolas' house, we gave free rein to our creativity to imagine a trio of pop arches reminiscent of the Sable wardrobe installed in the living room. A touch of pinkish beige, a hint of Terra, and you get a singular fresco that you're sure not to find at the neighbour's.
You won't be the first to be told how beautiful a wooden frame is. Yes, but: it also has the particularity of being a bit expensive, of collecting dust, and even of falling on the corner of our heads in the middle of the night. We prefer to avoid these mishaps by painting coloured flat areas to highlight laminated photo prints. Perfectly finished masking tape, the paint of your choice - in this case our Stone - and a free afternoon: childhood art for a guaranteed wow effect.
You don't have to live at the end of the world to give your home a holiday feel from January to December: sometimes all it takes is a rethink of the front door. Simply framed by a lively arch that extends from the skirting boards to the ceiling, it takes on a new dimension and invites you to travel without having to pack your bags. Here, Munich-based interior designer Alexandra Van Frankenberg has played with a cobalt blue with Greek accents that is echoed in the wall shelves and awakens the room's immaculate bench.
You've been racking your brains for weeks. To paint or not to paint, to hammer nails or not? To do nothing? Granted, going head to head with a white wall can be an intractable problem. With 3 neon lights and 3 bands of colour, interior designer Lucie Socrate has transformed this blank page into a bright, pop trio that dresses her walls day and night. And soon yours?
Bleu nuit, marble and brass, the kitchen installed in our offices had everything going for it. But that was not knowing us well! Far from the lacquered fronts and the details that make a statement, our eye was only attracted by one element, and not the least: this large white wall that tickled us. So we got out the masking tape and rollers to create graphic strips to add rhythm to the whole. And to find out how to draw these lines without smudging, it's over here.