Top Ten Bedroom Paint Color Ideas Trends 2018
Bedroom paint color ideas can be gender specific without seeming boring or traditional. Try a dusty slate blue instead of a baby blue for a boy’s room. This will work even for a teenager and you can pop it with orange. Dusty rose and chocolate brown create a sophisticated color palette for a girl. Some beech wood tones seem pink to add femininity to a white room without being too color specific. Peach can look modern or dated depending on how you use it. Balance it with rich woods, and lots of white. A plaster or wallpaper effect will keep it from being an 80’s throwback; just make sure it compliments your skin tone.
Paint color for bedrooms can be subtle like a lace camisole peaking out from a sexy dress. If you don’t want a daring color in the bedroom try it in the entry way, hallway or master bath if you don’t have a door. A shot of chartreuse will wake you up in the morning but won’t keep you awake at night.
Paint my bedroom your favorite color for a space that you know you’ll like. Not all colors are conducive to slumber. Yellow compliments wood tones but may be too overwhelming in small spaces or too bright and cheerful for those early Monday mornings. Use it subtly on an accent chair or hidden in a stripe. Gold is a more formal tone of yellow and adds luxury on drapes or a duvet cover.
Bedroom paint designs add interest to the space. If your room is lacking in architectural elements try using every color that comes on the paint chip. These colors coordinate together and can be so close that you have trouble telling them apart. Choose one focal wall, which is usually the wall you put the bed on. Divide the wall into 3 separate spaces with beams or thick molding. Paint each area a different color. For a soothing palette go from lightest to darkest or mix it up by putting the darkest color in the middle. A Mondrian effect can be created with squares and it will inexpensively take the place of a headboard.
Bedroom furniture paint can transform your space for just a few dollars. If your furniture has yellowish shades it may look dated, like those lovely pieces from the 1990’s. Your spouse might not want you to paint the wood so work around it. After all you probably did pay good money for it. Make the furniture pop with pale pink or lavender walls. What? He has to compromise too. Keep the rest of the pieces upholstered so the wood becomes a focal point. Paint the furniture silver for an unexpected, high end touch. Distress the finish with spots of black so it doesn’t look like cheesy silver spray paint even if it is.