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Old 07-04-2014, 08:23 PM   #16
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http://www.google.com/search?q=orang...=1798&bih=1079

google search of orange/yellow bed rooms.
Why not.

But I must admit, I'm getting flash backs of the seventies and The Brady Bunch.

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Old 07-14-2014, 12:24 AM   #17
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I don't think yellow and blue looks good together. And also both are light color, and children likes funky colors. You should use blue combined with red and white. Also use some cartoon pics on the wall. It will look great.
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Paint color is FAR too subjective to give advice online, just get some samples and test them out.
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I think though combination wise yellow and orange goes well, but i guess you should with the color which gives contrast look to his bedroom, to make it more lively. Here you can choose bright green, blue or violet colors giving more lively or fresh look!
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Lucky guy, he will have a lovely room! A good environment is essential in this age! Good job!

Any type of orange/yellow goes with any type of blue in my opinion, and as long as the rest of the room is light the blue can go as dark as you like
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Paint with multi color because children like most. Funky colors and room keep children active, energetic and happy.
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So keeping in mind what was said before, get your own suggestions in mind, and ask what he thinks :D
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Dark blue walls with yellow furniture resting in the middle of the boyís room would look great. I would suggest not going for orange. Both are bright colors and would curtail each-otherís grace. Combination of orange-yellow hue always gives an impression of a living room, not a kidís room.
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I think orange and yellow is going to make a nice combination, the best thing is your son like the orange color. It will give contrast look with hospital style bed. And it is suitable according to 3 y old boy.

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