Painting Ideas For A Girl’s Room
Green and pink are probably the two hottest paint colors
for every girl’s room these days. These interior paint
colors create a fresher look for your girl’s room.
If you want a punchy pair of paint color, then go with
green and pink. This is a surefire color trend nowadays.
Every girl wants their room to be unique and expressive,
and this might be the right time to start painting their
Having second thoughts? Well, with the help of these
painting ideas for a girl’s room, you will encounter less
or even no problems at all.
If you want to make a girl’s room warmer, paint the
walls with pink. But if you want to the room to be cooler,
the walls should be painted with green.
Achieve balance between these two colors by using two
thirds of the pink and one third of the green, or the
other way around.
If you want to get greater interest, mix the shades of
green and pink.
The intensity of the paint colors can also affect the
room’s dramatic effect by keeping the colors far from each
other or close enough.
Paint the room with flower power. Use semi-gloss paint
using the shades of pink. Don’t forget to apply a base
coat first and leave it to dry. Afterwards you can apply
the pink colored paint on top. By using flower stamps,
press it on the wall firmly. The flower stamps should be
at least five to eight inches apart.
If your girl wants her room decorated with stripes,
then you can paint the room in stripes. Use satin paints
with the shades of green. A base coat should be applied
and wait until it dries. Use a roller (marble-look cover)
to paint the walls so that mottled surfaces are created.
Start behind the room’s door and measure/mark the stripes.
You can freely decide how the stripes are spaced. Use a
liner brush to paint the stripes. Start painting the
stripe from the top to the bottom.
You can also create a psychedelic swirl by combining a
dark pink paint color over a base coat of light pink. The
pattern that can be obtained from this kind of project is
fresh and does not overwhelm space. After the base coat
dries, use the crafts knife to cut the small notches that
measures about three millimeters. After doing this, use a
neutral glazing medium and apply the mixture to the room’s
wall with the use of roller covered in foam. While it’s
wet, comb the curved strokes using a squeegee. The swirled
design can be achieved by combing the strokes in two
different directions. Then after the whole wall is done,
leave it to dry.
A polka dot design is also great for a girl’s room. You
can use different shades of green for this project. You
will need a stamp graphic pattern to add a lively tone to
the plain wash wall. If your girl’s room has too much
sunlight coming in, use the paint with celery-green shade.
Use semi-gloss paints for this project and for the polka
dots, use white-colored paint. Glaze is applied after the
base coat dries in round motion. After the glaze dries,
you can now stamp the polka dots on the wall.
Your girl will love spending lots of her time inside her
room after the painting is done nicely.