Bedroom paint colors decorated with yellow color on the walls and yellow colored furniture is warm and inviting. But over time, you may get bored with the muted shade of yellow. The good news is that you do not have to paint the whole room again in another shade. In fact, you can keep the walls yellow and just change some of the accents to really give your space a whole new look. There are several simple and cheap ways to decorate your yellow bedroom with a splash of vibrant colors. A sloping ceiling can give a bedroom a cozy and unique look. It also gives you decorating options that differ from those you would have with a regular ceiling.
Choose a vibrant color that coordinates well with yellow, such as a rich red or blue. You will use this color for all the accents and furniture in your bedroom paint colors. Buy a “bed in a bag”, which includes a console, pillowcase and bed sheet, from your local department store in the vibrant shadow of your choice. Choose solid colors or even a graduated print. Mount it on your bed. Purchase and hang curtains in the new color or even a shade lighter for contrast. Reupholster the furniture in the bedroom with fabric in the new shade and add decorative yellow trim to draw both colors together.
Paint your side table, desk or other wooden furniture in the new shade. Add yellow accents such as drawer draws or decorative shreds to melt the colors. Paste the wallpaper trim in the new shadow around the top boundary of your bedroom paint colors to finish the look. Be sure to choose a color that is darker and richer than yellow to ensure a striking room makeover. Lay down protective cover over anything that could possibly be damaged by paint. Use roles. Depending on the height of the roof, you may need an extension for the handles. Dip roll in the color bar and remove excess color. Use smooth and even strokes, roll the color of the sloped ceiling and create your new bedroom look.