Blue Paint For Bedroom Walls
In this East Hampton house designed by Celerie Kemble, the living room walls are painted in a high gloss by Fine Paints of Europe to match Pantone's Legion Blue. The sofas are by Celerie Kemble for Henredon, upholstered in a Brunschwig & Fils printed linen.
If a bedspread or comforter you love has blue in it, choose that shade for your walls. If it's a bright or very dark shade of blue, paint just one wall, so the color doesn't overwhelm the room. Blue looks great with furnishings in a wide range of wood tones, but it looks particularly elegant paired in white or cream.
This brings us to the third issue which is selecting the pale blue paint color, itself. Pale blues tend to be more difficult to choose, if you are inexperienced selecting a beautiful pale blue paint color. The best pale blues often look kind of drab and boring on the paint chip. But, when they go on the wall, the blue really pops out.
These blue paint colors are evocative and moody, they get along well with other hues, and they're perfect for bringing the outdoors inside.
A slightly grayed mid-tone blue is just about the most relaxing color you can choose for the bedroom. Add in some pretty touches, like a mirrored dresser and beautiful light fixture in this bedroom from Sarah Gallop Design Inc., and you have a space that is dreamy even while you are awake.
A fresh coat of paint can instantly change the feeling of a space, whether you're adding some ecru to your bedroom walls or beautifying your home's exterior with a few coats of bluish-gray. However, when it comes to choosing the right paint, not all colors are created equal.