Best Bedroom Painting Tips For Color Relaxation

Best Bedroom Painting Tips For Color Relaxation


Coordinating paint colors play an important role, having relaxing paint colors to sooth an intimate portion of our lives. The Bedroom is one of the most relaxing rooms of the home, where a husband, wife, or robot gather for a private session of T.V, rest and relaxation, discussing family related topics, days events, or reading a good book with a glass of wine.

On occasions an intimate climax of new heights with couples, best painting tips can transform plain white bedroom walls, to a more elegant interactive paint decorating place of enjoyment.

Just today, getting ready to paint an interior, homeowner choosing SW 7030 Anew Gray as this was very relaxing to her. However, Agreeable Gray as shown in picture.

Relaxation is key from a long day, and laying out paint colors to contribute to the relaxation is relative to a good nights rest. Colors not being too bright, as the next day's Sun may be all you need to wake up. Our windows face South-East, so no way can I sleep in, unless the heavy curtains are pulled down.

Although bedrooms tend to require less interior painting than other rooms of the home, having more windows, light, and scenery, much is required pulling off a professional bedroom painting your enjoyment, being that of luxury and surroundings.

Best Bedroom Painting Tips



Clean walls, trim, and ceilings as dust and film not originally seen with a mild detergent using warm water. Moving furniture out if possible, carefully not harming carpet or wood floor. Some Chester drawers may be quite heavy, and legs can dent wood floors. So best to empty drawers first.

Paint Tools Needed

Normal painting tools including, but not limited to a good quality paint brush, roller pan, roller skin, drop cloths, 3-M tape dispenser, roll of 48" plastic film, premium quality caulk, disposable rags, small bucket of warm water, Blue masking tape, and a lot of patience.

Choosing Paint Colors And Sheen


Paint colors are endless, but should compliment rest of bedroom's decor. Picking best paint sheen for bedroom walls and ceilings is either eggshell and/or flat. All trim should be uniform throughout the home in either semi-gloss or high gloss. Normally all trim is lighter than the wall colors, sometimes matching ceiling colors. All doors are typically painted the trim color as well, in the same sheen also.

Start Masking

After all cleaning has been done, it's time to start masking, protecting carpet, furniture, and personal items from any drips or splatters. Using canvas drop cloths also helps, being able to move them around as needed. Good canvas is the vinyl-backed type used widely in the paint industry.

Caulking Tape Lines

Caulk tape lines with a fine bead of caulk, wiping off with damp rag, for smooth uniform paint finish.Soak new Purdy paint brush in warm water if using latex, which is highly recommended. Shaking off excess, by hitting brush heel on the toe of your work boot. That way good quality paint brush is easier to clean, and less likely to drip.

Painting Ceiling



Always working from top down, it's ok getting ceiling paint on walls, rolling out from furthest corner to another, painting interior bedroom ceiling. Depending on ceiling texture, the roller skin should be a 1/2" thick to 1". The smoother the texture, the thinner the roller skin is a good rule of thumb.

Painting Walls


After ceiling paint has dried, normally 30 minutes, it's time to paint walls, and around cabinets.  Remember to keep paint roller pointing the same direction rolling out any interior walls or ceilings.

If not, thicker paint lines will probably appear as paint roller pressure is not the same, flipping roller frame, going across ceiling or wall surface. Wall paint will normally dry before you get to the end of the wall, and this can change colors to a drier finish.

Good rule is to apply a good even coat across the entire wall, before going back over what you just painted on the walls. Some paint colors require multiple paint coats, having more colorant added to the base.

Deep tint bases in dark blues, purples, reds, and yellows are notorious requiring multiple coats. An easy less expensive way of painting these walls would be priming first with 50% paint color than finish coat.

Finish coats will lay on to primer much more evenly, not costing near as much as high quality interior paints. Gray colored primers work well under dark blues, reds, and yellows, painting more contrasting, yet relaxing color combinations.

Painting Trim


After wall painting has dried, it's time to paint/brush any trim, baseboards the same color as the rest of the home. Keeping a wet edge of paint, using your new brush is the trick, painting trim. Loading up the paint brush, having a steady hand, painting trim can be done free handed, but if uncomfortable performing, another tape line and caulk is in store.

Your now on the home stretch, for a day or two of hard work, depending on the size of your bedroom, but is well worth it, for reasons mentioned earlier. Good Luck! and your more than welcome contacting Eco Paint for any of your bedroom painting needs.


Painting interior bedrooms of a home is another specialty with Eco Paint, adding warmth, refined elegance to those who use it. The bedroom having significant importance spending most time of home's ownership in the bedroom.

Looking forward going to bed? Paint colors can add to this enjoyment significantly, of rest, relaxation and excitement.

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