Published by Roxane Wesley, Sep 22, 2016
Choosing paint colors for teenage girl’s bedroom is never easy. Even if they seem ignorant about other rooms in the house, teens are very concerned and have very strong feelings when it comes to decorating their personal spaces. The colors must represent their personality and fit their taste well. That’s why you need to pull your daughter into the project to let her takes part to choose the paint colors for the bedroom. Another advantage? This is a good opportunity to teach a little about the wonderful world of color!
Most teenage girls desire their room to be a perfect reflection of their own style, feelings, passion, personality and even mood. They aren’t afraid of bright and quirky colors, so you’ll have an endless choice of paint colors for teenage girl’s bedroom.
Unlike the American adults, teenagers don’t really love all-white interiors. They will usually prefer to paint the bedroom with a specific color scheme that will complement a theme or the display of a prized possession. They don’t want to make their room looks expensive or high-end and prefer a more free-spirited look instead. Teenagers want to make their bedroom looks dramatic but comfortable.
The easiest choice is to paint the walls one bright color, use white as a neutral for furniture and trim work and add pops off a third bright color for accessories. Teenagers change their minds and their tastes frequently. However, paint is relatively cheap and paint colors are easily redone. They might want their favorite color to be the main color for their bedroom.
For ultra feminine teenagers, you can paint the bedroom girly pinks or lavenders with white furniture. Create the look with colorful bedding and sparkly sequined accents. If she loves classics and vintages, you may consider shabby chic cotton-candy pinks, light greens and white as a neutral. A floral rug as a focal point will make a teenage girl’s bedroom looks fabulous.
If your daughter is mature beyond her age, consider to paint the bedroom with deep reds and muted gold for a sophisticated look. For a modern, contemporary feeling paint the bedroom walls with lime green and combine with black furniture and black chandelier. Perfect!
To make the room looks funky, throw in some geometric patterns in bright colors for extra energy. If she’s a playful soul, she will love polka dots as well. Paint your teenage girl’s bedroom with vibrant blues and pinks with matching beddings and patterns. Creative girls will fall for bright orange combined with pale green or purple. Such combination will give them energy.