Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 21:33:12 PM. Bedroom. By Albert Martin.
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You aren't limited to the bright purple often found in teen-age girls' bedrooms. A dark eggplant shade or a dusky purple-gray can turn a master bedroom suite into a sophisticated retreat. Lighter versions of purple, such as lavender and lilac, bring the same restful quality to bedrooms as blue does—but without the risk of feeling chilly. A soothing pastel lavender is a great choice for a nursery. You can also mix shades in varying degrees of intensity to create a layered or textured effect.
You'll also want to consider whether you want to paint your walls in solid colors or include patterns. Stripes, stencil patterns, sponge painting and textures can add a touch of style to any bedroom. Consider a colorful mural in a childvs room for a personal touch. Smaller patterns lend themselves to a more traditional look; larger geometric patterns, bold stripes and sweeps are compatible with a more contemporary look. For a truly unique look consider a pattern or mural on the bedroom ceiling, or consider painting your ceiling the same shade as your walls. Some interior designers recommend ordering your ceiling paint with reduced colorant so the ceiling's color saturation will be about half the strength of your wall paint.
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