If you're having a tough time deciding between a couple of paint choices within the same family, try buying them both. It's a quick compromise — simply divide up your wall and get to painting.
The ombré paint treatment in this entryway is subtle and stunning. The door and entryway are painted a cheery yellow that eases into a cool cream as you go up the stairs.
Painting the exterior of a house a couple of different shades may not work for everyone, but the subtle ombré adds dimension and charm to this home with wood siding.
Deciding on a color scheme and running with it is always a bold choice. The payoff in this kitchen — where the walls and cabinets are different shades of blue — is huge! I doubt this space would look as fresh if the lower cabinets were a basic white.
Bathrooms are a great place to use ombré. Choose tiles in different shades of the same hue and install them from dark to light (or vice versa) to achieve a soothing ombré effect.
If you want to add drama to your bedroom, consider painting the ceiling a dark shade and slowly blending that into a lighter shade when you paint the walls. The look feels natural in this space — almost like the night sky.
Try ombré in the opposite direction too. This room displays a subtler effect with the darker shade near the bottom of the wall gradually working up to the lighter shade.