Color gives a boy’s bedroom some unique personality and brings together all of its decorative elements. Incorporating your favorite colors will make the room feel uniquely yours. Well, most boys would like to choose black, gray or blue. But don’t think that green isn’t you, if you could manage to insert other colors in between, your room will be pretty much cool.
If you have time to pick a theme for your room, the color palette may logically follow.Whether it is the colors of your favorite sports team, navy and red for a nautical theme, or vivid blue and yellow for a superhero theme.
Get inspired by patterns, too. One great patterned rug or window covering can launch your entire color scheme. Bedding is a key element that can also inspire your wall color. I mean if you only have one single color for your room, you yourself won’t be comfortable inside it, including your friends who might want to pay a visit.
The goal is to create a space that’s lively without being busy and overwhelming. We just provide you with some suggestion here. Soft colors create a feeling of peace and tranquility. Rich, saturated colors create drama and a sense of enclosure. Red, orange and yellow tend to bring a sense of warmth and energy to a room; greens and blues tend to create a cooler, more tranquil feeling. Don’t forget about the color white, which offers a restful contrast to strong colors and patterns.
Combining colors provides endless possibilities. High-contrast combinations like blue and orange are energetic and fun. For a soothing, mellow atmosphere, opt for a single color in a soft shade. Or go with several closely related tones of the same color, from pale pastels to bright, saturated hues. Don’t overlook the ceiling; painting the ceiling a soft blue can add summer-day warmth to a room, as can shades of yellow.
If you are drawn to a bold color but don’t want to paint the whole room with it, use it for an accent wall and accessories like throw pillows. It is a good idea to test the paint on a large patch of the wall before fully committing, since the room’s light (both natural and artificial) can make paint color look a lot different than it did on a paint chip.
Speaking of the light, one thing you have to remember that if you have natural light from the sun, bold and strong colors will very much do with your room. But if you have only a bit of light all day, don’t ever use dark colors, because it will make your room scary as hell.