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Tips On Creating A Monochromatic White Look In The Bedroom

October 10, 2016

Benjamin Moore Ballet White OC-9

 

If you're looking for the top bedroom paint color schemes and want to make this private space a very tranquil one, consider using a monochromatic color plan all throughout. With this type of color scheme, different shades of a single color are used throughout the room to add flair and style.

 

Consider using soft cream or linen tones to create an environment that is both relaxing and soothing. You want to be sure to use the right textures so that the color scheme does not become boring or stale.

 

Quilted bedding and scenic prints can give the room a nice touch. Also, try experimenting with a broad range of decorative accessories like sparkling glass and painted metals in order to give the room a visual richness.

Benjamin Moore Ice Mist OC-67

 

You can also complement a monochromatic bedroom with warm wood tones.  A headboard made of natural wood and a coordinating nightstand will add visual depth.

 

Creating a monochromatic look in your bedroom is easy. You just need some painter's tape, a drop cloth and roller tray, and a few paint rollers by Benjamin Moore. Begin by priming the walls with the Fresh Start® Primer by this trusted brand.

 

After this has dried, roll your paint onto the ceiling first and then paint your walls. When the ceilings and walls are dried, trim your paint and then take a step back and bask in the ambiance of your newly decorated space.

 

Find the best paint products for your project here or visit us directly and we will help.

 

See more Benjamin Moore Whites here or see our 166 Shades of Grey here.