Springtime is here and it's time to start refreshing your home. Clean up, throw up and add a new coat of paint or two to breathe life back into your personal space. With these 40 bedroom paint ideas you'll be able to transform your sacred abode with something new and exciting. Take a look and get inspired. When decorating a bedroom, you need to decide if you're interested in a vibrant color palette that will invigorate you in the morning or a softer, calmer palette to put you in the mood for sleeping as you get ready for bed. Vibrant colors such as reds and purples might be fun, but they could be overstimulating if you spend a lot of time in your room during the day. A calming sage palette may be better suited for a bedroom.
Charcoal off-grays have very subtle differences in the RGB values but remain true neutrals, making them the perfect complement for most colors, especially bright whites, warm citrus hues and pinks. Because it appears so often in nature — think stones, storm clouds and the North Atlantic — it also works well in with natural materials like wood, marble and greenery. Cool charcoal pairs well with bright white trim and works with most wood floors. In a house like this, with period details and nice bones, it highlights the architecture while modernizing the room. Warm charcoal above the bright white wainscoting adds a lot of drama to this dining room but doesn't get too flashy about it. "A common mistake people use in selecting gray is using a 'cold' gray for a wall color. Grays with brown undertones can really warm up a room.
Seafoam, seafoam also has a very earthy balance that will refresh, revive and brighten a space. You can make it as edgy or as girlishly charming as you'd like as well. Seafoam green is a visually appealing color that not only has soothing and calming effects, but also adds brightness to any room. When choosing colors to complement seafoam green, consider your existing decor, and select colors that won't detract from the beauty of the seafoam green. Neutrals and soft yellows have a calming and balancing effect, while metallics and shades of pink create small bursts of drama and glam throughout your room, all while leaving seafoam green as the focal point. Keep seafoam green as the prime focus in your room by pairing it with neutrals such as white, beige and gray. These colors harmonize with most other colors and also aid in maintaining a crisp environment. Beige adds a touch of warmth to the seafoam green, while whites and grays reflect the undertones of the green and brighten up your room. Choose light furniture, bedding, accessories or drapes in the neutral color family to keep your room looking clean and peaceful without upstaging the beauty of the seafoam green.
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