The perspective of using purple wall anywhere in your house is a perplexing one, particularly if you pick a paint that’s permanent. When decorating a room with purple wall, always consider the way that items you bring into the room match or contrast with the bold wall color. Layer in other purples in your decorating. If you choose furniture or décor that uses other shades of purple, you don’t have to worry about clashing, and you can create a layered effect. Use lighter and darker shades and build them into linens, trim paint and other accessories. Use complementary colors to get a dramatic effect. Yellow is a complementary color of purple and can provide a dramatic effect. Use multiple shades of yellow to increase your decorating options. If you want to use the exact complementary color for the shade of purple used in your walls, consult a color wheel. Avoid dark-colored furniture if the purple used on the walls is a dark shade. This can cause the room to feel smaller and closed in. Black and dark wood furnitures increase the darkness of a room that already has a deep wall shade. Use light-colored or white furniture instead to help brighten a dark purple room.
Create an accent wall to avoid overwhelming the space. Paint the wall a lighter shade of purple, a soft yellow or even white to bring up the overall color of the room. Another option to increase brightness in a purple wall room is to place a large mirror on a wall that directly faces a window. The reflection of sunlight helps increase the lightness of the room.