How to get a super soft color for your bedroom.
As the sunrise slowly peeks into your bedroom window it sneaks through the slats of your blinds. It emits a glow in your room, a soft delicate warm glow that starts to nudge you to get up for the day. You look around the room and see a subdued luminescence and it looks beautiful!
Great way to start your day right? Wouldn’t you like to capture that look and feel into a paint color for your wall? You can!
This is where the undertone of your paint color is so very crucial. When I design a color scheme for a room I actually study the art, bedding, pillows, furniture color, flooring, window treatments and anything else that you have in your room that will have an impact on your color.
I try to find a universal undertone that is in the room and then look for a paint color that will merge the look of your room. When the correct paint color is chosen with the right undertone your room suddenly becomes complete.
For this particular bedroom (Champion Forest, Waxhaw) the bed is what prompted me to choose this super soft color. If I chose a dark wall color the bed would be the focal point and contrast against the paint color. If I went too light the room would look washed out and lifeless. The solution? Edgecomb Gray