Colour scheme for bedroom

I have a small bedroom with pine furniture and want to paint the room, but I am unsure of what colours would best suit the pine furniture?
  8 answers
  • Cindie Taylor-pamula Cindie Taylor-pamula on Jan 13, 2015
    What colors do you like best. You have a lot of choices. Pick a fav color and than look mat all the hues . I have all Knotty pine furn also. Log Bed & dresser, night stand, and Armoire. I like greens . SO I picked a Silvery pine shade. It is not real dark, it is just right. The furn stands out. Plus if you like pine furn, than green is the natural choice. I would say no pastels . powder blues or pinks. But how many windows do you have , How much light. If you need it brighter. Try a soft morning sunlight.?? also what color is your floor. all this matters.
  • Bonnie Bonnie on Jan 14, 2015
    Primary colors are always a good choice to use with neutral rustic type pine. If you don't care for the brights of the primary, adjust the hue up a bit into the jewel tones. Same colors, but more "adult." Burgandy instead of red, forest in place of grass, cobalt blue, or a darker stone ground mustard. If your room is small, I would use a "leather" or "suede" color on the walls; sort of a tan or sandy tone. Then use your "colors" in your quilt and window treatments.
  • Liz Liz on Jan 14, 2015
    Thank you both for your replies. I think I might go for the forest green. my room is quite small but very bright as I have a large window. The floors are stained floorboards as was cheaper than carpet so hopefully the green will match up well
  • Kim Kim on Jan 14, 2015
    Hi Liz, I agree with Cindie, you should choose a colour you like. Your furniture is neutral so you could use almost any colour. If you choose a dark colour for your room it will be cozy, if you choose a light colour it will be light and airy. I prefer lighter shades of blue and green. These are really peaceful colours. If you find some colours you like purchase those little pots so you can bring them home and try them on your wall before you make your final decision. Look at the colour in the daylight (sunshine), daylight (no sun) and at night. The colour will look different in each light. Good luck with your painting. Benjamin Moore has a beautiful new colour palette. Go to and click on " Color Trends 2015".
  • Lauris Goll Lauris Goll on Jan 14, 2015
    Pine can be very dark and dated-I would go with a light yellow maybe and bright bed cover and pillows-hang light draperies from the ceiling to lighten the look of the room! I just did that and love it so much! My room came alive!!
  • Tris Smith Tris Smith on Jan 14, 2015
    If you wanted to go with a foresty type of green, think about painting one wall and the ceiling( if you don't have crown molding. Maybe a light mushroom color for the other 3 walls. Mirrors will help the room look bigger as will horizontal stripes. Look for accent colors opposite green on a color wheel.
  • Ashley Mann Ashley Mann on Jan 15, 2015
    I was going to suggest green as well. I also think that smoky blue looks pretty with pine.
  • Marion Nesbitt Marion Nesbitt on Jan 16, 2015
    I was thinking a mid to darker blue, but not navy.