How to Decorate a Bedroom With Robin's Egg Blue

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Decorating a bedroom with robin's egg blue is something that always requires you to keep a few key things in mind. Decorate a bedroom with robin's egg blue with help from an interior design professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Lori Gilder from Interior Makeovers and LoriGilder.com, and today I'm here to talk with you about decorating your bedroom with the ultimate favorite color of most, of many, robin's egg blue. This box is pretty recognizable to most, I know it is. Don't lie. We all know what this is. But the truth is robin's egg blue really has a range of colors. It can be turquoise all the way through sea foam green and many hues in between. But implementing this color is really an ultimate color for so many people, and it's soothing. It's calming. It's a cool cooling color and a relaxing color. So you can understand why so many are drawn to it. Some really simple tricks to use to incorporate this color into your bedroom are really simple ones. From painting your walls to fabric on your bedding to accessorizing with some fabulous fabrics and pillows to really create that nest that you want to incorporate into your bedroom. Using robin's egg blue in your bedroom works with French Provincial Design, shabby chic design, or even classic interiors. Pair it with shiny surfaces, metallic surfaces, whites, creams, even oranges, that tangerine tango we talked about earlier. But all of these colors really work beautifully with it and it's really probably one of the most popular and delicious colors that really work in a bedroom. So again, incorporating the robin's egg blue into your bedroom doesn't have to be a tricky proposition or an expensive one either. Just a few pops here and there and you will be feeling like you can breakfast at Tiffany's. I would love to hear from you so please visit me at LoriGilder.com or DiaryofaRenovation.com, my blog. I look forward to seeing you there.

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