Bedroom wall art – Decorating a teenager’s bedroom can be a time of fun and creativity or a battle for wills. Parents may want wall colors and decor that mix and match with other rooms in the house. But their teenagers can have a very different taste. Use the decorating project as a learning moment about what makes for good decor. And if your teen screams for choices you do not like, keep in mind that you can always close the teenager’s door to the bedroom.
Several bedroom wall art colors can add personality to a room and define different areas. Use pink or lavender wall cover paint to the wall behind the bed table. Try a contrasting shadow of yellow or lime green to a wall where the teen has a study desk and computer. Use a white paint color for sockets and molding to tie the look together. Study decorating magazines and websites to see examples of how multiple colors can create a fun and well-designed effect.
Use the blackboard paint on bedroom wall art that houses teenage television, stereo and computer. The toe can write on the wall with neon chalk to keep notes of must-see shows, home assignments and of course-his social calendar with upcoming parties. The big thing about the paint board painting is that you can take a damp sponge and erase everything that is written. And it’s much easier than painting a whole wall.