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Things To Consider When Choosing Bedroom Paint Color?

  1. Shil1978 profile image93
    Shil1978posted 6 years ago

    Things To Consider When Choosing Bedroom Paint Color?

    What color selections work the best for a bedroom and what are some of the other factors one should be mindful of when choosing to color a bedroom?

  2. ChristinS profile image95
    ChristinSposted 6 years ago

    choose colors that by their nature are more soothing and calming.  We redid ours in shades of blue and white - it looks clean and inviting and has the soothing feel you want in a place of rest. 

    I once had a deep red bedroom which was very nice initially, but wore off really quick.  Red is stimulating - good in some ways wink lol, but it also tends to be too intense for a place to just relax. 

    I would choose neutral colors perhaps that you can change bedding/curtains with a primary color if you worry about getting tired of a certain theme etc.  Or paint with colors like greens, blues, perhaps earth tones.

  3. Aarzoo Thakur profile image37
    Aarzoo Thakurposted 6 years ago

    The colour should be a light one. it gives soothing effect. an acrylic painting can add upto its beauty.

  4. profile image55
    laurel536posted 6 years ago

    A big part of picking a paint color especially for a bedroom is making sure that it is something that you can live with for a while.  Unless you adore the smell of paint you probably won't repaint your rooms very often so you don't want to select something you are going to get tired of. 

    You might consider going with something that works with a lot of other colors so that you can change the look of your bedroom by switching out the bedding, curtains, etc.  Colors like greens, blues, tans, creams, soft yellows or peaches coordinate with a lot of other colors and styles. 

    One nice thing about the bedroom, though, is that (unless your home is very tiny) it is not the first thing other people see.  Because it is probably not your primary entertaining area you might want to splurge a bit more with color than you do in the rest of the house.

 
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