More Great Paint Colors For Your Bedroom

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Great Paint Colors for Your Bedroom!

Everyone wants something special in terms of color in their bedroom. Be it a neutral, a light or a dark, warm or cool color, it’s important!

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Benjamin Moore BLANCHED CORAL886

“It’s a pale, pale, pale, almost fleshy pink, but on the pink side rather than the beige side. Why do I like it? Because of the way it reflects on your skin. Its feminine and soft. It’s almost like you’ve got a little glow in your cheeks. That’s what you want in the morning when you wake up and have no makeup on.
-Charlotte Moss

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C2 Paints BELLA DONNA 316

“I just painted my bedroom this really amazing color called Bella Donna. It’s a smoky, purply mauve, the color of the sky at sunset. It’s a soothing, relaxing, moody color that looks beautiful with raspberry curtains, mauve bedding, and gray flannel carpet.”

-DD Allen

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Farrow and Ball BORROWED LIGHT 235
“The name says it all. It’s the palest blue that they make, and it just shimmers. When you walk into a room with white woodwork and this pale blue, you think you’re in heaven. My painter went home and told his wife about it, so you know you’ve got a winner.”
-T. Keller Donovan

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Benjamin Moore “WHITE SATIN” 2067-70
Its an ahhhhh color, a pale ethereal blue with a touch of periwinkle. Completely uplifting — like floating on a cloud surrounded by fluffy down pillows.
As soon as you walk in, you feel the weight of the world
is lifted from your shoulders.”
-Jamie Drake

(above paint color: Benjamin Moore “HANCOCK GREEN”)

Benjamin Moore “SWEET DREAMS” 847

Sweet Dreams is like a hug. I know that sounds sappy but this is the perfect nice, comfortable blue, with just enough gray and just enough robin’s egg, and just enough teal. Paint any room with this and it becomes the happiest room in your house — but not in a clownish, perky way. My kind of happy means serenity and atmosphere.”
-David Mitchell

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Benjamin Moore “BIRD’S EGG” 2051-60
“I’ve always liked warm and cozy dining rooms and living rooms, but in the bedroom I go towards cool and airy. That to me seems restful, sleep-inducing. My own bedroom is painted pale blue, with touches of sliver gray and coral.”
-Miles Redd

(above paint color: Benjamin Moore “Sag Harbor Gray” HC-95)
Donald Kaufman DKC – 37
“What I like about Donald Kaufman paints is that they’re indescribable. They’re almost edible colors. This particular shade has green and blue in it, and brown and gray. A February sea blue, that’s what I’d call it. I always use it in flat, so it has this rich, velvety quality, like soft moonlight.”
-Marshall Watson

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Pratt and Lambert “Avoine de Mer(Sea Oat) 17-26
“It’s green, somewhere between apple and moss, and its like waking up in spring every morning.”
-Alessandra Branca
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Benjamin Moore “CAYMAN BLUE” 2060-50
“I happen to love this color. I’ve mixed it with black-and-white photography and some pretty serious Empire furniture, and it’s really fabulous.”
-Brian McCarthy

Farrow and Ball GREEN BLUE 84

“It’s my two favorite colors mixed together. Soft, but with a lot of vibrancy. Greens and blues are known for their relaxing effect. “

-Sheila Bridges

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Benjamin Moore PALE MOON OC – 108
“Nothing is more of a turn-on than Champagne, and this is that same uplifting kind of inviting color. In the evening, it looks very warm and rich, and in the morning, there’s a happy mood about it.”
-Birch Coffey

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Ralph Lauren Paint “CRESTED BUTTE” NA-40

It’s the color of stones under water —
relatively dark, but very warm and nuanced. It’s wonderful to have a dark bedroom. Aren’t there a few people who like to use this room for sleeping?”
-Suzanne Rheinstein


(paint color above is Benjamin Moore’s “Bold Yellow” 336)
Farrow and Ball CITRON74
It reminds me of the sunflowers in France. It’s bright, cheerful. Even when it’s dark, it’s always going to be happy. I love what they do in France: paint a band about 12 to 24 inches high – from the floor up – like a border around the bottom of the room. Then do the doors and window frames in that same color.”
-Kathryn Ireland

Benjamin Moore SUN KISSED YELLOW 2022-20

“We just did this bedroom in Florida with sunshine yellow walls. It’s so eye-popping and energizing. It’s beautiful at night when the lights are on and everything turns golden. And when you wake up, wow!”
-Christopher Coleman

Enjoy! 🙂




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