One of the many reasons for the popularity of each of these colors individually is the versatile range of hues and shades that they have to offer. Gray can act both as a soothing neutral and a dominant, accent hue in a room while blue can play the role of a protagonist and also supporting cast with equal ease. This offers an endless array of possibilities to work with.
Unlike an adults bedroom that‘s usually painted in soft or cool paint colours, teenagers would rather more warm, rich and brighter hues. Primary colors i.e. red, blue and yellow could be safely used in a teenager‘s bedroom. The one thing to remember is that you have to choose the best shade of these colors and pair them well with neutral colors. The brightness of the coral red or cherry red within the walls of the bedroom could be subdued by choosing tan, pale yellow as well as slate gray.
But, things shouldn‘t be so! Think about it this way. Provided you‘re getting as much rest as you should be getting, you‘re going to end up spending about one-third of your life inside of your master bedroom‘s walls. Given that, shouldn‘t that space be everything that it can be?