10 Places You Aren't Using Paint


Many people stick to traditional white ceilings, but experimenting with color can create a unique and visually interesting space.

Interior Doors:

Painted interior doors can add a pop of color to a room, create contrast, or complement the overall color scheme.


Painting the interior of bookshelves or cabinets in a contrasting color can add depth and make the items on the shelves stand out.

Stair Risers:

Transform your staircase by painting the risers. This can be a subtle or bold way to add visual interest to your stairs.

Crown Molding and Trim:

Don't limit yourself to standard white trim. Painting crown molding and trim in a different color.

Closet Interiors:

Brighten up your closets by painting the interiors. It not only adds a touch of color but can also make finding items easier.


Revamp old or plain furniture with a fresh coat of paint. Consider using bold or unexpected colors for a modern and stylish look.

Window Frames:

Painting window frames in a contrasting color can draw attention to the view outside and add personality to your space.

Porch or Patio Floor:

If you have an outdoor space, consider painting the porch or patio floor.


Rather than keeping radiators inconspicuous, consider painting them in a color that matches or contrasts with your walls for a unique touch.


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