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Color Ideas for a girl’s bedroom

Usually, little girls likes soft feminine color for your bedroom . To decorate a room intended for a girl, you should consider the colors you like and the style you use to do it.

Pink is a classic choice for the bedroom of a girl. The advantage of this color is that it is pretty appropriate for that room, but the trouble is that girls like too. You will see that color again and again in his clothes, toys, blankets or even wrapping paper. As they grow, they will begin to associate the color with children and once they reach puberty will like something more for large. In short, if you paint your bedroom pink, need to re-paint it in a few years. The dark pink is interesting and feminine, while the light is soothing and pleasant. The former can satisfy your girl in the present, but a pink light is less obvious and will stand the test of time as it grows. This color is great for a room with the theme of a “princess”, especially if you use it with gold and silver ornaments.

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Many girls mentioned pink and purple as her favorite colors (in that order). Think of the purple as an alternative to pink, your daughter will probably accept any longer. The right shade of dark purple (like eggplant) color is beautiful and elegant which can strip for small girls and decorate for the largest and most sophisticated people later. Bear in mind that dark colors will make rooms look smaller, so it is necessary that you proceed with caution. The trim and white trim with decorative touches in varying shades of plum and eggplant will be good both for children and for adults. If you are afraid to use a dark color a lavender clear with white trim is a soft and soothing option will also like little girls.

Generally, the most gentle and soothing to paint a bedroom is blue. Like the jeans, the walls tend to go with everything. The blue light and medium (including blue-green, like aqua) will probably appeal to young girls and bigger. The dark blue, like navy may be too masculine for little girls. Most blue walls will look great with gold decorative accents, white and other shades of blue. A touch of yellow, like the gingham curtains can make the room look bright and cheerful, like the sun in the sky.

Conservative options
While white and cream colors are not very interesting , probably will be more flexible over time. You can fix all kinds of posters and pictures. As girls grow up they can cover the white walls with magazine photos, snapshots, beads, Christmas lights and scarves to get an eclectic look, suitable for teens.

If you choose a theme for the bedroom of your child, this will help you choose the color. For example a garden will issue you paint walls green or yellow. The topics are usually pink princesses. The ocean will usually blue or blue-green, but the beach can be blue and yellow. If you will decorate the room with a theme, it is important to plan first and then choose the color palette.