Paint Color Ideas for a Girls Room

Happy New Year! Are you contemplating updating your child’s room in 2013? The team at Davis Paint Company has come up with our very own Paint Color Ideas for Girls Rooms. This will be the first in a two blog post series. The next one will have the boys ideas, but for this one get ready to have all the girlie ideas you can stand.

A great tip for anyone who needs a few new ideas when re-doing a room is to search for inspiration on your favorite blogs… We just love the ideas from blogs like HGTV and BHG.

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Two color pallete ideas for Girls Rooms:

Adult Color Pallete: This room is for a girl who prefers to have a room that even a grown up would enjoy being in. This means instead of going with vibrant popular neon colors, instead choosing a more sophisticated color pallete. The perk of this choice is that you won’t need to paint too soon because these classic combinations won’t go out of style or be too childish once your little girl grows up some. Paint 3 of the walls an off white, then use the 4th wall as a focal point and paint it a rich chocolate brown. Use pink and brown accesories or teal and brown to tie the room together.

Neutral Color Pallete: Gray walls have been the rage in interior design circles for the last few years. With a soft smoky gray or a silvery tone, the choices of colors to pair with these wall colors is endless. Everything goes with gray. So if you think of having a neutral back drop (your walls) and adding your favorite color in rugs, paintings, draperies, fun pillows and accessories, then this choice will be a winner every time.

Once you’ve chosen a look that suits the girl in your home how will you begin painting? Are you a do it yourselfer? Think about sparing yourself  a little headache this time and choose a professional painter. You will save time and the hassle of having to clean up after making the mess while you paint. A professional painter like Davis Paint Company in Woodstock, GA does all the work for you. Please contact us  if you have any questions or would like to get a free estimate.

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