Wall paint industries are inventing new textures every day. You can have rustic Venetian, glittery Swarovski, stencilled, metallic, concrete, glazed or matte walls. The choices are endless, and it won’t be a problem to find your intended color or texture; the problem is choosing the RIGHT wall paint for your space. Most people do a very wrong paint selection for one simple reason: they want an artistic effect on their walls. One should never forget that paint is one from many design elements in a room, and it happens to be the biggest in most cases. Hence, the whole picture should be the reference for choosing your wall paint and not the paint itself. Of course, as we always say, it all depends on the design concept. A minimalist space can accept one rustic Venetian finished wall, a selection that will make a classically furnished room overcrowded. It is equally true that pastels might give a boring effect if the space does not have a gypsum or wooden drop ceiling or wall motifs or natural stone cladding.
Bedroom walls are the most effective walls in the house. How is that? Colour is frequency, and frequency is mood and function. For a good night’s sleep, vibrant colors which infuse energy should be avoided. Pastels or concrete finish would be a better substitute.
10 bedroom photos are displayed below to give you an idea about cool Wall Paint Texture for bedrooms .
1. Framing Paint Effect
Mocha is a classic wall paint color that is rarely a misfit. The headboard wall in this bedroom is animated by adding horizontal and vertical brown stripes that form a framing to the bed and, thus, create a focal point, and at the same time provides a continuity to the exterior garden wooden pillars.
2. Earthy Textured Paint
This transitional bedroom has many different textures, a privilege given by the beige palette that is only broken by the beautiful rustic nightstands. The wood-textured wallpaper is complemented by another earthy texture, namely sand, in the paint of the main bedroom wall.
3. Mocha and Metallic Patina
Mocha walls again in a brown interior. The slightly rustic Venetian patina draws the eye to the chimney. This artistic touch is favourable in this spot in this bedroom.
4. Delicate Ambience
Light grey pastel wall paint accentuates the white furniture shapes without majorly altering the delicate ambience of this bedroom. The dark flooring helps this concept as well.
5. White Paint
Chalky White wall paint is many people’s favourite. It is a good choice especially if you want to install coloured glass suspended lights-it will balance the dimming effect.
6. Venetian Rustic Paint
Venetian plaster effect adds depth to a plain wall. It is an omnipresent design technique that needs skill to be perfected. The dark metallic brown arched ceiling reduces the height that is not very favourable in bedrooms.
7. Lavender Blue Wall Paint
The lavender blue pastel paint gives this bedroom a welcoming tranquillity.
8. The Royal Combination
Aqua pastel paint goes well with gold hues. The two royal colors are very relaxing.
9. Refreshing Bedroom
The same aqua pastel paint here is combined with white and light green-grey. The ambience here is delicate and refreshing.
10. Yellow Walls
Yellow! A very vibrant color that is full of energy and enthusiasm. Yellow wall paint is a great choice for creative kids’ bedrooms. But this is only a daytime virtue, so pay attention to your curtain selection. i.e no light should be allowed in to have a good night’s sleep.
It is recommended not to choose a textured paint for bedrooms. The dust and smells they collect might disturb sleep. Another point one should keep in mind is the low frequency colors. Although blue and green are refreshing and full of life, blue and green pastels are relaxing. Avoid reds and oranges or restrict them to the minimum.