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Lots of colour in Room Decor today. We have articles with lots of colour and original painting on the walls: Painting the walls with different colours, a bright & colourful nursery, stripes & green in another and a beautiful and well planned room for two boys.

Twice as Nice: Two Colors on the Wall

Twice as Nice: Two Colors on the Wall

Twice as Nice: Two Colors on the Wall

When we think about painting a room most of us will paint the whole room in colour and then add more colours through accessories. This article will show how great a room can look when you paint the walls in different coordinating colours. Very colour and perfect for children’s rooms.

Charlie’s Eclectic Mix

Charlie's Eclectic Mix

Charlie's Eclectic Mix

This article is just about one room. But it doesn’t matter because reds, greens, blues and yellow are mixed in a beautiful and bright way. After all the colour on the walls the owners decide to finished it with white furniture, making the overall result more soothing than you would think.

 Kenley’s Brave Green Room 

Kenley's Brave Green Room

Kenley's Brave Green Room

Another beautiful example of intense colours and two colours on the walls. Three of the walls are painted bright red, but the one with the bed is painted with horizontal stripes in that same green and white to match the furniture. Strawberry pink also appears and looks perfect together with the green.

Charlie & Henry’s Shared Bedroom

 

Charlie & Henry's Shared Bedroom

Charlie & Henry's Shared Bedroom

And our last room might not be as bright and colourful as the previous ones, and might only have just one colour on all the walls but it’s beautiful and makes a great use of the space. The room is share by two boys and when you have two in one room you really need to plan the whole thing well if you want it to work. A bunk bed makes great use of a small space and allows to create two desks for the two boys leaving a central area free for them to play and do whatever they want to do.

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