By Abella Martin. Bedroom Colors. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 05:09:04 AM.
A scintillating ceiling, it is amazing to see how much attention is devoted to walls that surround us, yet in most homes the ceiling goes almost unnoticed. If you have a little one who spends most of his or her time in the crib, then it makes plenty of sense to create a stunning ceiling that he or she would love. Even in kids’ rooms, the ceiling is often underutilized, and red allows you to alter this status quo with ease. From stripes and custom murals to a simple paint job, how you transform the ceiling depends both on the style of the room and your budget constraints.
It is barely a surprise, as the colors of sun, surf and sand can be easily translated into a color palette using the many shades of yellow and blue. You can give this look a fun twist by adding modern, nautical or even industrial elements to ensure that the bedroom of your child is both unique and exceptional. Bright shades of yellow in the modern bedroom work best when used in moderation, while blue is often the dominant hue along with white in these refined spaces.
Giant tulips for the small bedroom: I had discovered a gorgeous fabric designed with swirling, dancing tulips. The flowers were printed in dashes of bright pink, orange, violet and yellow. The optimistically, upward curving stems were in a spring green. The rapport consisted of 7 over-dimensional tulips spread over about two meters of fabric, which had a width of 140 cm.
Those wishing to move away from pink can try out the peachy charm of light, pastel coral as a fashionable alternative. Shades of coral have been a hit for a while now and you can use the color with varied styles like coastal, tropical, Scandinavian and eclectic-chic. When it comes to pastel pinks and corals in the girls’ bedroom it is simply hard to go wrong! Relaxing Pastel Blues and Greens. It is not all pink in the world of pastels and charming, lights shades of blue are next on the list of hues that homeowners love.
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