Choosing a paint color for a girl’s bedroom can be tough no matter the age. Here are 25 girls’ room paint color ideas to help make it a little bit easier.
Gone are the days of primary colors for kids’ rooms, thank goodness! Bring on the light and bright, moody, or neutral shades that give your girl, no matter what age she is, a bedroom she will love.
You don’t want to have to re-paint a bedroom every few years as your child gets older or outgrows the latest fad.
Choosing a paint color that will last and grow with her can be challenging, especially with all the options in the paint aisle. Talk about overwhelm, I have felt it when faced with that wall of paint swatches.
A colorful room is sure to make your baby girl smile in delight every time she's in there. The wall color in this nursery is soft white, allowing for a rainbow of colorful accents.
Behr Proposal accents the back of the built-ins, making them the focal point of the room. This soft shade of pink is the perfect accent color to showcase all the colorful decor and toys in this baby girl's nursery.
A pale pink color, Parasol by Behr is a great paint color for a little girl's room. The natural light from the windows almost makes it look white, and when the stripes for the rainbow are added, it makes that wall the focal point of the room. Next to the canopy bed, of course.
There's no denying the gorgeous wallpaper and picture frame molding are gorgeous features in this girl's bedroom, but painting that ceiling feature Farrow and Ball's Oval Room Blue, truly makes this a princess room.
The wall molding is also painted Oval Room Blue, bringing this entire space together.
Sherwin Williams Crushed Ice is a lovely, slightly warm gray color and is the perfect backdrop for this boho-inspired princess room. Paired with the pink and gold accents, it's a bedroom any young girl would love.
Cloud White is a slightly warm white without being too warm. It's the perfect foundation color for a teen girl's bedroom walls to allow for layering of accents of color with accessories and decor. As your teen's color favorites change, it's easy to change those elements.
Smokey Blue from Sherwin Williams adds a more sophisticated look to a teen's bedroom. The cottage style comes from the amazing wallpaper and beadboard panels that make this a bedroom that will grow with your child.
Deciding the best way to paint a dormer bedroom can be hard. You may want to disguise the roof's slope, but this girl's room paint idea embraces the slope and emphasizes the height. White paint opens it up and Farrow and Ball's Brassica grounds the space in high contrast.
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