Published at Thursday, September 17th 2020. by paula margaret in Bedroom Design.
Pretty much anything goes when it comes to painting ideas for bedrooms these days. The era of one basic color with white ceilings has passed into the trend for bright hues and patterned walls making bedroom décor more exciting than it has ever been before. All it takes is a bit of imagination, possibly a theme, and maybe ideas gleaned from pictures you'll find on the Internet in order to turn a bedroom into a showplace where you can relax, kick back, and dream. The great thing about paint is that it can give your room an entirely new look for not a whole lot of money, so you can feel free to indulge your whims. If you decide you don't like it any more, you can always cover it up with another coat.
Paint is available in virtually any color you can imagine. One brand even advertised on TV that if you brought anything of the color you wanted into their store, they would match it in paint. With this being true, there's no reason you can't get inspiration from a lovely comforter, a favorite figurine, or a floor rug. You don't want to be afraid of getting a bit radical, because that's the name of the game now. It's unnecessary to paint every wall the same. One common method is to paint most of the walls a basic shade and then paint at least a part of one wall with a more vibrant shade. People also achieve this same type of look by painting walls one color part way up and then finishing the tops with something else.
Wallpaper used to be a norm, but not as many people use it any more. It has gotten to be more expensive than what anyone wants to pay, and paints have improved a great deal in usability and durability making them the wall coating of choice. There are so many things you can achieve by just using paint. You could try doing a wall of large squares in alternating colors, use vertical panels of color, add horizontal lines in a contrasting shade, or go all out and paint a mural on an entire wall. Whatever you can dream up, you can create with paint.
Although you may prefer to decorate the rest of your home in a more subdued manner, your bedroom is your oasis, and you can change it to suit yourself. The same is true when you help design a room for a child. For example, you can look at your child's room as a blank canvas where you you'll be able to paint a world in which he or she can work, play, sleep, and enjoy alone-time. Make sure you get input from the child when coming up with the décor, because children love to be a part of planning their own spaces. They have a lot of painting ideas for their bedrooms to help make them their own.
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