|An earthy bedroom deserves a warm landscape painting of birch trees|
Most of House Beautiful‘s recommendations for the best paint colors for your bedroom include pale pastel shades of green and shades of beige. So the one outlier, a recommendation for this tomato red, really stands out.
Red makes a bedroom warm
This red would look sensational in a master bedroom or a man’s bachelor pad. The color is masculine yet welcoming to all.
As designer Timothy Corrigan says: “I wouldn’t normally think of using red for a bedroom, but this burnt red is so subtle and complex that you can’t help but feel embraced by its warmth. There’s an echo of Pompeii–but it also has a totally contemporary vibe that makes it right for today.”
Bring the outdoors in
Bring the outdoors in with an original watercolor landscape painting. This tree art pictures birch trees ( or aspen trees) with the glorious red and yellow fall foliage.
The watercolor landscape painting would look good anywhere that you want to remember the joys of the outdoors. The tree painting is an ORIGINAL watercolor.
|Birch Trees by Miriam Schulman, original watercolor|
Title: Birch trees
Size: 8×10″ Original Watercolor Painting
Media: Archival Watercolor on French Made Arches Paper
Love this art but not ready to invest in an original? Order a fine art print!
|Paint the Walls “Rodeo Red” by Behr- paint available from Home Depot|
Why not paint a bedroom red? Red is the color of love and passion! (tweet this)
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Miriam Schulman embraces her creative life with wholeheartedness in Scarsdale, New York. Schulman studied art history at Dartmouth College and abandoned a hedge fund career to work on her art full time. Her watercolor and mixed media paintings have been seen on NBC, published in art magazines and home decor books. In addition, the Hudson River Museum and Katonah Museum of Art carry her artistic accessories in their gift shops. She has been published in art magazines such as Art of Man and most recently in Somerset Studio. Explore her art at www.SchulmanArt.com or take a class at TheInspirationPlace.net