Paint Color Ideas for Boys Rooms

In the last post in our series about paint color ideas for children’s rooms we talked about Girls Rooms. In this post we will discuss ideas for the boys rooms. The team at Davis Paint Company in Woodstock, GA has gathered some of the best tips for choosing a paint color for a boy’s room:

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  • One great tip when you are beginning the process of deciding which way to go for your boys room color scheme is to research your favorite blogs like Better Homes and Gardens as well as Pinterest and other social media sites.  Organize all your favorite ideas and choose your favorite to follow the directions for sprucing up your kids room. 
  • Think about what the boy in the room you are going to paint a new color likes and interests are. Sometimes even if you don’t choose a speicific theme for a boys room, it can still be a great starting point to build a color scheme from. Pictures from his favorite activities like boating, sports, space, fishing and many others can give you a great idea of what colors to choose as paint colors for your child’s room. For a boy who loves the ocean, boating and fishing you might consider painting his room a blue, blue green or an ocean color for his bedroom walls. For sports fans you might consider a primary color scheme and highlight the fun colors in sports uniforms and decorate with pinnants from the boys favorite sports team.
  • If your child loves really bright colors and you are not ready to paint the entire room his favorite neon color consider painting a piece of furniture. Follow tips from DIY stores and you can have a fun brightly colored painted piece of furniture to add the favorite color with out overpowering the whole room.

Remember if you are looking for a professional painter in Woodstock or Roswell, GA Davis Paint Company can meet all your interior and exterior home painting needs. For a free estimate or if you have any questions please contact us.

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