Bedroom color paint ideas can buck tradition. Blue isn’t just for boys. (Although you may have a hard time trying to convince your spouse that pink isn’t just for girls. He probably never wore that pink shirt you bought him for Father’s Day.) Navy blue and white have a coastal or light house theme and can work in a guest bedroom. Robin egg’s blue is more of a natural color and is perfect if you can’t decide between blue and green.
Bedroom wall painting can be an adventure. It may be the only room in the house that is just yours. You won’t have company traipsing through so you can experiment with your favorite colors without fear of judgment. Coral is a modern take on pink and is a popular trend in fashion. Pair it with bamboo floors or medium wood tones for balance. It’s also less harsh than red bedroom paint and creates a bright room that you’ll still be able to sleep in. Neutral bedrooms may feel more luxurious because they create a sense of space. Stick to a monochromatic color palette with tonal curtains and painted furniture. Add in a subtle blue or gray that is almost the same as the wall color for interest. A chocolate brown ceiling can simulate wood or draw the eye upward while making a vaulted ceiling feel more intimate.
Kids’ bedroom paint can be colorful without being obnoxious. Green bedroom paint can either be soothing or fun. Try this gender neutral tone if you can’t find a color your spouse agrees with. It also works well in a nursery or guest room. For a cottage vibe pair it with orange plaid and a neutral strip to make green more interesting than it has ever been. Choose several paint colors to decorate on a budget. Paint is ideal for a kid’s room because it can transform the furniture and accent pieces that have been in the space since they were babies. Plus, when your teen’s mood changes you can easily transform the space with paint again. Add a funky element to a door by painting a faux Moroccan frame around it in deep teal or bright turquoise.