I choose a light, goldish color here to compliment my purple furniture (yes, I'm that girl) and my gold curtains. What can I say, I'm a pretty pretty princess.
Now that's a bright blue!
Don't these curtains (they're actually tea towels!) just complete the look?
First, it is only called the master because it's where I sleep. It's not like the master bedrooms you see on HGTV that have like, 3243 sq ft with vaulted ceilings, sitting areas, walk in closets, and attached baths. It's just a bedroom. But it's my bedroom and after a lot of thinking, I finally decided to go with a blueish-gray/grayish-blue. (BTW - do you say gray or grey?). The color is called Shale Gray by Behr.
I knew I wanted to go green in here. The room is at the front of the house and in the spring/summer/fall the giant leafy maple tree is right in front, which casts great shadows in the room. The green makes it feel like you're in the woods. Love it!
You can practically smell the woods...
Computer Room (aka THE BABY'S ROOM):
I originally went with a color called Daffodil Yellow. Doesn't that sound so pretty? Don't be fooled though, by daffodil yellow, Behr really meant, highlighter yellow or gatorade yellow. It was fluroscent enough to not need lights on any time. Holy Moly.
I finally couldn't stand it any longer and repainted it this time with a yellow/green color called Key Lime Pie by Behr. Not only does it sound delish, it LOOKS delish.
I knew right away I wanted to put bead board up and that I really wanted to work with a coral color. This turned out to be one of my favorite rooms. If it was entirely coral, it would've been overwhelming, but with the bead board and white trim, it's fantastic. Then with the black and white accessories...my fave! I'm still working on replacing the sink...that calls for more plumbing skills than I currently have. The actual name of the color is Tangerine Dream by Behr.
No, it's not your eyes, my photo taking skillz sometimes leave a lot to be desired.