There's a lot more to interior painting that just rolling the colors you like onto the walls. You can, for example, create distinct spaces with the way you paint and the colors you use, or even indu sleeping in your bedrooms.
In most homes today, the living room is an open area that connects the kitchen with the dining area. In such cases, it is difficult to determine where to start and where to stop a particular color scheme, if you want to add a bit more color to your house. A simple technique you can follow is to paint a feature on the wall between two areas, which will serve as a break to distinguish between the two areas. You could even do a progress of colors and arrive at a center point in the living room, like the fireplace.
The paint you use in the kitchen will have to match the finish of your cabinets and table. If you are likely to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, then it's a good idea to choose bright and happy shades that perk your mood and keep you excited.
For the bathrooms, you can be adventurous. They are, after all, small areas where you can change the color easily if you do not like what you've done first. A safe bet, however, is to use light colors such as blue or green, as they give a feeling of more space, and also look and feel clean.
As for the bedrooms, designers prescribe light shades of blue to anesthesia sleeping. In such cases, add a touch of brightness in line with your vision when you wake up in the morning.
It's as simple as this to make your interiors look classy, without any extra work or money.