To create an illusion of a higher ceiling, use the color white since it is versatile and matches with any light color. For balance, use a dark color for the walls.
To make your walls appear wider and taller, extend the wall colour to the skirting and the cornice. Use a light-coloured paint for the ceiling to complement it.
The proportion of a room can get affected by architectural features. Camouflage this by painting them the same colour as the wall.
White, along with other light and cool colors create the illusion of light and space.
In order to make a room appear brighter and airier, use a light-coloured hue to allow light from the window to reflect against the whole room.
Use a single colour with a soft sheen finish to reflect light in the room make the room seem wider and more spacious.
With this one as sloping ceilings make it hard to decide where the ceiling starts and the wall ends. Painting the room with one colour solves this problem.
Change up the room’s proportions by using a strong colour that gives the illusion of moving forward. Make an L-shaped room appear wider by connecting opposite walls.
Use a contrasting colour to create emphasis on any feature like the frames or the skirting.
To add some fun to a room, shake up the proportion and paint one wall a different and contrasting colour.