Don't paint it. Leave it natural. It will give it a real rich look especially if the red and blue are rich colors. Your kid has some good taste. I can see it already.
Light Blue is good I prefer light Green . Orange also ok. <br />
Light Green indicates Health Education and prosperity.<br />
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I would say green. A bright primary colors of red and blue are dark and heavy. White will stand out a LOT in a room like that but green would keep it pretty balanced. Good luck getting him to sleep with so many bright colors in the room though...
White! The child will learn to be so patriotic!!! Wait... are you American?
I would either do white or yellow. primary colors look good in child's bedroom.
Natural dark japan varnish.
Even though you are 'up there' now,WHITE, of course!
its his room, let him choose its a good thing thing if you let hm choose
dont let CPS know, lol
you know how idiotic CPS can be, they probably will interpet the red as blood or something
Where is the woodwork? <br />
regardles, ask your son, if you already letting him decide on rest.
Matching with the ceiling?
dont paint the woodwork! Ive been trying to reclaim the old molding in our house and its a total pain in the ***! not to mention the paint ******** fumes are toxic D:
So you're REALLY gonna let a child dictate something as important as that? really????
that room would end up looking like a nightmare!!
at the very least, the red ceiling would be OK, but the blue for the walls should be a 'regular' shade of blue' nothing 'electric' or weird..as for the woodwork, why paint it at all if you don't have to? but if you do paint it, I'd suggest a blue 1 or 2 shades lighter than the blue of the wallcolor....from an 'illusion' viewpoint, it would make the room look a little bigger.........so have fun!!!