Choose from this assortment of colors from Sherwin-Williams and Pottery Barn to complement, coordinate or contrast with your teen's furniture, bed coverings and accessories. Bold or subtle the right paint color can be found here. If the exact shade of the paint color you need is not seen here Sherwin-Williams will have lighter and darker samples in their full fandeck. To test paint colors The Painted Surface suggests buying a sample quart of your intended color and paint poster size foam core boards. These boards can be placed in the room and moved around to view the actual paint with the furnishings of the room and in various light and times of day.
As your little princess grows to a young adult she may no longer need the sweet fairy decals on her walls or that little bunny theme gracing in her childish room. She may ask some help from you in changing the mood in her room and be more like what she wanted it to be. She may want a more sophisticated look rather than being too girly or a minimal one. These wonderful changes are absolutely understandable.
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Flashes of bright coral will make for an energetic bedroom — it might help the girl who lives in it get out of bed faster in the morning, but then again… The hot coral contrasts with the pristine white walls to add a fresh hit to the overall look. There is something about a blush pink wall that will hold endless appeal, whether your teen is 14 or If your teen already had a pink room from when they were younger give it an elegant update with a mirror gallery wall and luxurious bedding in different shades of pink and purple. A white ladder shelf is a great way to add storage to a small space where they can display there books and treasures. Continue the theme throughout the room by adding in some stylish storage with some old fashion suitcases as a bedside table.