I am dying over the awesome room painting ideas that our interior designer used in our twin boys' bedroom. We wanted to do a solar system/night sky themed room for them that could grow with them as they got older. For this reason, we when with some of the trendier dark tan paint colors 2019 that I have seen in a lot of master bedroom idea guides, but gave it some youthfulness with the fun bedspreads and artwork. I think that a teenage boy would definitely like this room (minus the stars and moon comforter) and it is just as pleasing to their elementary school selves right now. Definitely think outside of the box when you are shuffling through interior house paint colors pictures, just because a color is used in a kitchen doesn't mean it can't be in your bedroom too, ya know.
I am loving all of the green room painting ideas that I have seen on here lately, because it is telling me that my favorite color is finally becoming trendy! Green is such an organic shade (nature - duh!) that tends to go with any type of wood finish, metal or natural textile. All of which, I am totally about. I really want to use these bedroom paint ideas and actually expand it from my master suite into the main living areas of the home. I think that this would be a great look replicated in the living room with a white couch, similar rug, and dark wood accent furniture. Wall painting, especially this shade, will transform those areas that are now very blah, and give my house an entirely new contemporary air.
What do you guys think about these room painting ideas -- is it elegant and chic or way too neutral to bring actual style to a home? Overall, I think that I really like the living room paint colors that they used here, but I am not sure if they will have the same effect in my home without all of the beautiful trim and architectural detailing. We have vaulted ceilings but not quite as large of windows and a much smaller fireplace. So my question is, do these home painting ideas look beautiful because of everything else going on in the room or is it actually the color palette? I wish I could achieve this same look in our house but I am just not sure if it is possible.
When it comes to room painting ideas, I am always up to try new trends because its just paint and is so easy and fairly inexpensive to swap out. Of course I am not going to go out and buy a new couch or something equally large every time the trends change, but playing around with living room paint ideas is right up my alley. I was super inspired by this gorgeous beach house and the sandy tile combined with the gorgeous sky blue paint and textiles. Our floors are actually done in a very similar tile, so I think the the blue paint colors they used would be perfect on our walls. By swapping out some throw pillows and adding a couple decorative accents, we could have a room very much inspired by this home.
We began looking at room painting ideas last year after finally saving enough to rid ourselves of the yellow entryway to our home and the baby blue the previous owners painted the dining area. The pale wooden floors needed something to complement rather than overwhelm them. We found the best gray paint colors for us to be a light shade of gray in the entryway. Gray and white are a classic color combination that looks clean and airy and now gives our entryway a friendly, welcoming look. Our formal dining room was painted a slightly darker gray, and we kept the white trim and added a textured throw rug under the heavy oak table.
I am all for neutral room painting ideas like this that can ebb and flow to evolve as trends change. With a foundation of white and beige you really can't go wrong no matter what type of style you want to try next. Admittedly, I think that neutral shades are really quite boring and I have always wanted to experiment with bold house painting ideas, but I just don't think it is worth the time or money to commit to a shade that you may not be happy with long term. I am very into swapping out smaller more inexpensive elements over the seasons to give your living areas a fresh perspective. Honestly, I think that swapping out room paint colors is a major pain in the butt, so I would go for the gorgeous shades that they used in these photos any day.