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Blue. The word alone triggers different photos in the mind….of clear blue sky, sparkling blue water, bright blue eyes, and rugged blue jeans. One of my favorite colors, blue is available in so many variations that selecting a paint color can be a challenge.

Blue is forever linked to boys, especially pastel blue for baby boys. And yes, it is used extensively in boy’s bedrooms, but with a myriad of options available, no two rooms look alike. Take a look at these rooms to see what I mean.

baby nursery wall ideas with painted stripes

Baby blue nursery with hint of gray for sophisticated look.

vintage car artwork for teenage boy room ideas

Blue and white room for teens with several shades of blue.

blue striped walls for boys bedroom ideas

Monochromatic color scheme in various shades of light and dark blue.

kids room wall ideas with navy blue striped walls

Orange headboard pops against the navy blue and white stripes on the wall.

baby boy nursery idea with orange brown and blue color scheme

Pastel blue may be on the walls but orange and brown are the focal-point in this baby nursery.

storage under built in sofa in teen boys room

Blue mixed with tan and brown create a masculine look for this teen boys room.

nautical boys room with beadboard wall

Soft yellow added to blue and white for a nautical boys room

green walls and homework study area for teen boy room ideas

Teen boys room in dark blue, green, and red.

baby nursery ideas with striped walls and frog motif

Another variation of blue and green, this one lighter and brighter for baby’s nursery.

toddler bedroom with white painted board ceiling

Light touches of light blue against gray walls makes a small room feel larger.

kids room storage idea with lounge chair and blue accent wall

Blue used on one wall as focal-point. Notice how your eye is drawn to the wall.

nautical boys room with blue striped wall

Touch of red added to two shades of blue for a classic nautical boys room.

So many different ways to use blue in boys’ bedrooms. Which one is your favorite?

 

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