Painting a Woman Cave

Posted by Sam Sundeleaf on Monday, May 06, 2013

Decorating a woman cave is a way to get in touch with your spirit, refreshing and renewing your energy during your few hours of downtime. Select paint colors that relax and rejuvenate you or that restore your spirit.

When the Woman Cave is in the Bathroom

When your bathroom is the woman cave in your home, use crisp, energizing colors or soothing spa-like shades of paint to make this room sparkle. White accented with navy blue is a classic color combination that always works well. Soft shades of green, ranging from moss to jade, provide a relaxing retreat for your woman cave. Brisk shades of Caribbean blue, accentuated with pearl white and yellow accents, provide a fun beach theme that will instantly evoke memories of a coastal getaway.

A Woman Cave in the Bedroom

If your bedroom is your woman cave, use paint to make the room your haven. Peach, ivory and ruby red are feminine colors that make your bedroom a restful, relaxing sanctuary. Deeper shades of orange and red will also embrace you when you enter the room and are set off beautifully by a crisp white crown molding.

Bonus Room Woman Caves

If you have a bonus room or a refinished basement, you can quickly turn the awkward space into a woman cave with new paint choices. Brisk canary yellow, soft purple heather and lipstick red are unique choices for a woman cave. Mix and match your favorite color combination so that you feel wrapped in warmth every time you come into the room. Use peach, red-orange and rouge red for a room with hardwood floors. Warm up a room with beige carpet by having the walls painted with an antique finish or an ivory glaze. Color-on-color painted stripes add elegance to any room in your home.

Decorating a woman cave should be a delight. The expert consultants at Sundeleaf Painting will help you choose the best colors for your home, even if you don’t know where to begin. Our staff has years of experience decorating homes with paint and you’ll love your new woman cave.

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