A slanted wall is one of the most challenging and least realized bedroom design opportunities that arises. Wall paint can be bright, cool, neutral or warm. It can even be subtle, with no actual wall color change. The ability to paint a wall that is obstructed, irregular or otherwise hard to reach is a luxury in home interior design.
We have all heard the saying, “a room is its own wall.” This saying is so true, and it is one of the most overlooked design elements. A slanted wall is a wall that is usually visible from the outside, and that is usually the bedroom. It is a challenge to paint a wall that is not visible from the outside, but it is a source of endless creative ideas.
Here are a few tips on how to decorate a slanted wall bedroom.
Decorate a slanted wall bedroom with neutral wall paint
If the walls in your bedroom are painted a neutral color like white, you could try painting them a richer color. However, if you want to keep the walls simple, black or gray would be suitable. Try not to paint it on a wall that is visible from the outside. Avoid painting the same color on all the walls in the bedroom as this will make the room look like one continuous wall. If your bedroom has a built-in-bureau or a built-in-closet wall. You could add a few drops of red or orange to brighten up the color and make the wall look more lived-in.
Have a bedroom theme
If you are painting the walls a different color for a bedroom theme, make sure that the color scheme works with the actual color of the room. If the walls are painted bright yellow for example. It is not a good idea to paint the walls a darker color like navy or gray. The bed frame and the headboard should match the color scheme of the walls.
Try painting it yourself
If you are not a skilled artist and would rather hire a painting professional to decorate your walls, there is an option for that too. You can hire a contractor to paint your walls, but this will cost you a lot more than trying to do it yourself. If you are not a skilled DIYer and do not have any experience painting, try to hire someone to help you out. Hire a professional: Painting professionals have experience and knowledge that comes from years of painting, so they are a good choice when it comes to painting a wall. Try hiring a professional: Painting professionals have experience and knowledge that comes from years of painting, so they are a good choice when it comes to painting a wall.
Put your bed in the center of the room
If you are planning to paint your walls gray or white, try putting your bed in the middle of the wall so that it stands out and is the center of attention in the room. If possible, make the bed a single or king-sized bed so that it stands out and you get a better view of it from all angles in the room.
Add a bed frame
If you are planning to paint the slanted wall a different color, run a nail along the length of the board to make it stick better. If the slanted wall is painted a dark color. You could also add a headboard board to make the bed frame stand out even more. You could add a headboard to make the bed frame blend better with the wall.
Put your bed on an incline
If you want to paint the wall a different color and is not too high or too low, it could interfere with the view from the outside. A good rule of thumb is to keep the height of the wall between 2 and 3 times the height of the bed. For example, if the wall is 4 feet high, then the bed should be 4 feet off the ground. If your wall is higher than the bed, you will end up with a rather odd-looking room.
The beauty of using paint as a wall decoration is that you can really put your creative talents to the test. The possibilities are endless and procuring the right paint and tools can make the task a bit easier.
The best part about painting a wall is that you can do it in any color you want! So whether you choose to paint the walls light or dark, warm or cool, you can design your wall to match your personal preferences.
Whether you are planning on painting the walls light or dark, warm or cool, you can design your wall to match your personal preferences.