Her curtains are light blue, you can see it when charlie brings Bella up to her room in the beginning of the movie.
Your walls could be light pink or light blue. Hope I helped :)
it depends i say do a chocolate brown color or a turquoises blue color so they can really stand out and give the room a finishing touch
In an interview, she said that the color of her room is light blue or a pastel color.
No, but if you can see from one room into the other, they should complement each other in either color or pattern type.
Light Green,Light Blue,etc.(everything Light Colored
Red, white, and blue. Pale yellow, ivory, vanilla, cream. Pale blue, pale gray. Sand, eggshell, rust. Or a blend of ocean colors in a print: light blue, aqua, green, navy. If you have an accent color, you could pick that up in a print along with navy and one of the neutral shades.
There are a few colors I would recommend for your curtains, some of the colors I would suggest you use for your curtains is: red, baby blue, mahogany, brown, or yellow. These colors would depend on if you want your curtains to stand out or blend in with the scenery.
Chocolate brown goes well with light blue/baby blue. When used correctly, it can make a room more elegant and classy.
I would use white or cream colored drapes. It will soften the room, and allow the aqua color of the walls to be the main focus. Then I would use a second color like yellow or orange to use in the accessories.
Black walls will provide a dramatic contrast for almost any color of curtains. For a sophisticated look, you could pair your black walls with curtains in a neutral tone and a natural texture. For extra drama, you could choose curtains in a saturated jewel tone (red, blue, green, or purple). Or, for a modern monochromatic look, you could look for a patterned black and white window treatment. Consider what other furniture you will have in the room when deciding a color scheme for your curtains.
The Curtains that we see most often are the ones in the Kitchen. They are yellow, with corn cobs on them. There are also curtains in the living room, but they have never been prominently featured.
Lace curtains and any other light curtains will let the light in, white curtains will reflect the heat back out to some extent.
BLUE!!!!! ----- The color (hue) will be a blue, but it depends on how your mixing what color you finally get. If mixing subtractively (like inks on paper) your colors are filtering the light that reflects off the page (we'll assume the light and the page is white). In this case "light blue" is a transparent blue and dark blue is blue and black, so the white light in the room will be both filtered by the pale blue and the dark blue. The pale blue removes some of the light which isn't blue, the dark blue removes a lot of the light - even some blue. None of this puts any light back, so the dark blue would dominate - you would get dark blue. If you were mixing light (additive mixing), dark blue is just a small amount of (dim) blue light and light blue is blue light with a bit less of all other colours in it (white). What you get then is the light blue, with just a little extra blue in it. Imagine a room in daylight and switching on a blue light-blub - would you notice the room becoming more "blue"? You'd probably still call it light-blue. If mixing opaque paints and you took a pale blue (blue+white) and very dull blue (blue+black) you would get a cool-blue-gray. You certainly wouldn't get back to a spectrum (saturated) blue.
light colors - white, light pink, light blue, light green, light yellow, light orange - colors like that. Darker colors like black, hot pink, dark blue ect make a room look very small.
If you have a room that is either painted in a dark color or just dose not get a lot of sunlight, the best way to lighten the room is with either a set of cream or white shears, or to stick with a bright colored fabric like yellow, or a sky blue.
well i think light blue goes well with white,cream and red i would go for red myself hope this helps
No light comes around the edges.
The colors I would like to choose are Vanilla, Chocolate, Sky Blue, and Hot Pink. Cream can be Peach or Vanilla swirls with light colors. Blue could be Sky Blue, Hot Pink, Chocolate, Purple, Red, and Ocean light blue.
Were are the curtains from in janine butchers living room
it is a blue/teal color. PINK
Blinds provide more privacy than curtains and better control over the amount of natural light in a room, but they can be difficult to clean. Curtains give you the opportunity to add shape, color, and texture to your windows, and can produce a more dramatic design statement. Think about the look you want in your room, how much you are willing to spend, and whether privacy is an issue. Blinds might be more ideal for ground-floor rooms or bedrooms, because they can allow natural light into a room while keeping the window mostly covered.
the colour is baby blue
when i was younger my room was pretty, with 2 light green walls, and 2 light purple pink walls. right now i want to paint my room a very cream yellow for 3 of the walls, and the fourth a very dark navy blue. if i don't do that, I'm thinking about maybe a purple color, with navy blue stripes. mayyybe.