Two tone paint vs 3 tone paint

Paint: 2 tone vs 3 tone

Whether you’ve just moved into a new space or need a change in your currant space, paint is an easy and fairly inexpensive way to change things up.

A common way to paint a space is using two tone: which means ceiling and walls are one color. Closets, trim and doors are another color.

Three tone paint is a nice way to make a space look larger. If you have a home that is taller than a standard eight foot ceiling, the need for a three tone paint may not be necessary unless you don’t mind paying extra in painting costs. With higher ceilings, your home will already take on a spacious feel. However, if your home is eight feet high or smaller, a third tone can give an illusion the space is larger than it is. For more inspiration of two tone vs. three tone paint in spaces, read this article found in Architectural Digest

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