If you love looking through the latest design magazines for kitchen decorating ideas but don’t have the time or budget for a major remodel, we’ve got some quick and easy decorating tips on how to give your kitchen an update worthy of a home magazine. The best part is that these kitchen decorating ideas can mix. Bedroom Paint Ideas and Techniques. Painting your bedroom is an inexpensive way to elevate your bedroom’s style. To give your room maximum design effect, go beyond painting the wall a selected shade. Though cabinets won’t have paint for a little while yet, I can safely say it’ll go down in the MWM books as a favorite, offbeat kitchen color Pratt & Lambert Twilight Chimes 28-4, in the highest gloss finish possible. HGTV.com has inspirational pictures, ideas and expert tips to help you discover what colors to paint a kitchen and which hues work best together. Decorating a small bathroom can be tough and choosing the perfect color scheme can be even harder. If you’re looking for some design inspiration, let us guide you. Step out of your comfort zone and try one of these bright and bold color palettes that will add some spunk (and style) to your plain. Though yellow can be a little overpowering when used in small spaces, we love a bright, cheery yellow paint in a small bathroom with wainscoting or half-tiled walls to add a wonderful pop of color. The Spruce's Wax Pepper is a sunny yellow with warm, golden undertones. Although you can't get the exact color of Martha Stewart's kitchen walls, Stormy Monday by Benjamin Moore is a similar alternative. "The custom paint color was inspired by shells," Martha notes. Wall painting designs are economical options to inventively decorate your room. There is a great deal of wall paint designs available in the market, which can help give your room a totally amazing and modern look. An ombre wall treatment begins with a single paint color and slowly melts into another, creating a dreamy, water-colored effect as it covers the spectrum between two colors. Sound complicated? It’s not as hard to pull off as you might think. The trick is to prep the wall and paints before you start creating the ombre effect. Bored with your current kitchen and wondering how to spruce it up? Forget a major overhaul. Consider some color ideas for painting kitchen cabinets and see if that does the trick.