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    Do you like neutrals or vivid colors?

    When it comes to your living space, do you prefer to have neutrals throughout or vivid colors?

    When I was younger, I used to love bright and loud colors but as I got older, I felt going neutral is better. If you have a neutral foundation like walls, floor, furniture, you can easily mix in a color of your choice and updating your living spaces is a lot cheaper too. I like to change things up now and then when it comes to pillows, curtains, and decor so it is very easy to make a place feel fresh with minimal effort.

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    I dunno if you could call spring green "vivid". A photo of one of the corners of my living room.

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    Mind the random bits of tack. I'm still in the middle of relocating Scott Pilgrim and his buddies. Anyhow, that's my living room's colour scheme: spring green and grey. I try to match it on a lot of furniture. I'd say my other room, the "cinema room", could be called vivid. Three of the walls are cinema-style red and the one the projector screen is on is silver. Colours aside I don't go too crazy about the look of my home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    I dunno if you could call spring green "vivid". A photo of one of the corners of my living room.

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    Mind the random bits of tack. I'm still in the middle of relocating Scott Pilgrim and his buddies. Anyhow, that's my living room's colour scheme: spring green and grey. I try to match it on a lot of furniture. I'd say my other room, the "cinema room", could be called vivid. Three of the walls are cinema-style red and the one the projector screen is on is silver. Colours aside I don't go too crazy about the look of my home.
    That is like a pastel green shade so I guess it is in between neutral and vivid. Is just the one wall painted green and the others gray or the opposite? I noticed a lot of people make feature walls in their homes these days.

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    Lol, this reminded me of when I was moving into my second apartment. All the walls were white and there was this one purple wall. I asked them what the deal was with the mis-painted wall and they looked at me like I was an alien. "It's an accent wall", they said. I replied "well, can you fix it?" Hahahaha

    Same thing in my next apartment. Accent walls or 'feature' walls as Korin calls them are definitely in-style. I just moved into a house, so the walls are whatever colors the previous owner liked. I really have no say over it. If the colors change, it'll be because my wife wants to. I couldn't care less. My one bathroom is bright blue on every wall. Another is orange. The den is like a really dark gold, and I don't recall what color the master bedroom is.

    My favorite color is green, if that helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    Lol, this reminded me of when I was moving into my second apartment. All the walls were white and there was this one purple wall. I asked them what the deal was with the mis-painted wall and they looked at me like I was an alien. "It's an accent wall", they said. I replied "well, can you fix it?" Hahahaha

    Same thing in my next apartment. Accent walls or 'feature' walls as Korin calls them are definitely in-style. I just moved into a house, so the walls are whatever colors the previous owner liked. I really have no say over it. If the colors change, it'll be because my wife wants to. I couldn't care less. My one bathroom is bright blue on every wall. Another is orange. The den is like a really dark gold, and I don't recall what color the master bedroom is.

    My favorite color is green, if that helps!
    I don't mind feature walls but it is when the shades are in the same group. Like the feature, the wall is only 2 or 3 shades darker. I am very anal about colors matching though and I prefer to keep things neutral for this reason. I do like bright blues in bathrooms though.

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    It's more like this...

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    Should I feel a little worried about posting half of my apartment's MS Paint floor plans online? I've been playing a lot of SWAT 4 lately.

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    Well, I never heard of the term before, but I guess technically you could the wall in the left room a "feature wall" in the way that Zemekis describes it. The thing is, its only actual feature is a big-ass projector screen which conceals most of it. Funnily enough, it's a motorised projector screen but the person who mounted it did it the wrong way round, so the function doesn't work properly. If it did work I'd have probably put various posters behind the projector screen.

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    The feature wall tends to depend on the room. Like in a family room/living room, the feature wall will be either the wall that has a fireplace or the wall that has a TV. People like to paint these walls a different shade for a contrasting eye effect.

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