6 Awesome Painting Combinations For Your Bedroom

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6 Awesome Painting Combinations For Your Bedroom

Choosing the best painting combinations is the first thing you need to consider when redesigning your bedroom or any room on your apartment. It is important to make sure that you have found the right painting combination that will make your interior bedroom look elegant, modern and harmonious.

Montclair Painting suggest you some impressive color combinations for your bedroom. Once you choose the right colors for you, you will probably end up spending a lot more time there!

  1. GRAY WITH BLUE
  2. PETROL, WITH COFFEE AND GRAY
  3. DEEP BLUE, LIGHT PURPLE AND GRAY
  4. GRAY AND COFFEE
  5. GREEN, BROWN AND LIGHT GRAY
  6. DARK GRAY, BROWN AND YELLOW

Painting a Children’s bedroom

Do you want to paint your child’s bedroom? Need to find the right colors? We can give a spark of creativity and choose the right colors that fit perfectly in your children’s room.

The best colors for a children’s bedroom

Ask the children to choose paint colors for their room, so that you can let them express their unique personality. Keep three walls in neutral tones and let them choose their favorite color for a separate wall. This makes it easy to renovate the space in the future.

The right painting product

A child’s room is the playground in the house, which means that cleaning is frequent! We choose from the high quality low odor products we use which will offer you a durable and absorbent finish.

The right finish

Choose a satin or semi-gloss finish in color in your child’s bedroom, as these are the easiest to clean.

Contact Montclair painting to make a bedroom as your child dreams!

 

Child’s bedroom painting and allergies

Allergies are a common condition that affects almost everyone at some point in their lives but mostly children. An allergic reaction is the result of an overreaction of the immune system to an unknown particle or substance. Dye allergies can result from inhaling strong vapors or coming into contact with the skin. Allergy sufferers can use preventative and therapeutic strategies to treat an allergic reaction to the dye.

Wall painting and allergies

Allergens are foreign substances that cause an immune reaction known as allergies in some, but not all people. Pollen, dust, mold and animal odor are typical allergens. People also develop allergies to certain foods, medicines and chemicals. If you suffer from extreme food allergies, you must be very careful about every ingredient in your meals. Allergic reactions include runny nose, cough and sneezing, urticaria, rash and itching. A severe reaction can be life-threatening because the swollen tissue blocks the victim from breathing.

Paint fumes

All colors produce fumes that create not only chemical odors in the air, but also an allergic reaction in many people. Cough, runny nose, sore throat and congestion are common reactions to dye fumes. Patients may also experience itchy and watery eyes. Oil-based household paints have many volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are known to be allergenic, but even water-based paints can cause reactions in some people. A study by the Harvard School of Public Medicine and Kalstad University in Sweden links high rates of asthma, eczema and congestion in children to the chemicals found in water-based paints.

Contact with paint

In addition to inhalation, physical contact is the most common means by which allergy sufferers are exposed to allergens. People who experience reactions to touch often develop contact dermatitis, a localized skin irritation that includes a rash or discolored skin, itching, and sometimes blisters. Swelling and burning are also typical symptoms of skin allergies. The most effective way to repel skin reactions to dye is to wear adequate clothing and gloves.

Allergy solutions

Paint manufacturers continue to develop products that can be used by allergy sufferers without fear of causing reactions and household paints that produce minimal VOCs are available for sale. If you have to work with non-hypoallergenic paints, take precautions. A mask reduces the inhalation of fumes, while the sleeves and long pants prevent skin contact. Seal the painted areas and open the windows for better ventilation. If you start to have an allergic reaction to the paint, leave the area and go where you can breathe fresh air. Rinse irritated skin or eyes with water and apply a cool compress to the swelling if necessary. Rinse with warm salt water to relieve sore throat.

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