Paint the bedroom of your Twilight-obsessed tween, teen or college student with these color palettes selected from Benjamin Moore interior paints. Included are decorating tips for the Twilight bedroom paint palettes for teen and teen boys, as well as window treatment ideas.
Twilight: Cliff Notes Version
In case you’ve been living in a crypt, and do not know about Twilight, here’s the low-down: Twilight is a dramatic teen romance and battle between humans, vampires and werewolves and of course love. Stephanie Meyer is the author behind the phenomenon. While some teens claim the first movie was not as good as the book, that will not cure them of their preoccupation with Twilight and will still be first in line when the next movie is released.
Twilight Bedroom: Benjamin Moore Paint Palette Ideas
Edward Cullen’s Bedroom Paint Colors and Decorating Tips
Mix clean lines including modern, individual shelves on the wall, with a mix of old world finds for this Twlight-inspired bedroom. Leather-bound journals, framed antique maps and any obvious period piece will give the Edward-inspired room a smart look, worthy of any vampire with decades of life experience.
Choose an icy, green tinted white, Benjamin Moore’s Italian Ice Green for a Twilight bedroom like Edward’s. Edward’s bedroom has a certain greenish tint to it thanks to the wide open windows and his bedroom’s placement near the treetops. Military Tan is a pleasing neutral to use in place of natural wood. If you have exposed natural wood, go with that instead.
Totally Bella Boudoir: Benjamin Moore Paint Colors
Benjam Moore Wild Orchid – the color of deep lilac during the twilight hours
Benjam Moore Stem Green – a green to pair with the lilac
Benjam Moore Cork – add brownish orange accents
Benjam Moore Satin Black – more accents in deep, shiny black
For a Bella boudoir, similar to her bedroom in the Twilight movie, add string lights with stars or dragonflies, paper lanterns, again, watch the overall room theme to make it not as streamlined and modern as Asian decor. Instead of sleek, think eclectic. Prominent and organizing storage for CDs is a must. Make room for stacks of books as well.
More Twilight Bedroom Ideas Using Benjamin Moore Paint Colors
Simple and Haunting
Choose a mostly neutral palette to match the cover of the Twilight book. The goal here is to use a neutral tan, with black and red accents, without the Twlight bedroom taking on the look of Asian decor.
Benjam Moore Hazy Skies – a silvery gray
Benjam Moore Dry Sage – barely green
Benjam Moore Deep Rose – a deep red, used as an accent color
Benjam Moore Sea Haze (pale gray)
Benjam Moore Nocturnal Gray
Benjam Moore Champion Cobalt – the dark dreamy blue of Edward
Benjam Moore Sapphireberry – a light blue to soften the palette for girls
Benjam Moore Dark Mustard trim
Furnishings and Window Treatments for the Twilight Bedroom
Add a true vampiric twist by incorporating a bed that does not look like a bed, in the Twilight bedroom. Vampires have no need for sleep, a. Consider a futon which folds up into a couch for day and a bed for night.
Layer two sheer curtains, on separate rods, for room darkening and privacy that still allows the glow of the moon to be seen from the windows. Layer a sheer black curtain with another color. This allows the room dweller to move back one of the curtains and control how much light is in the room, by still maintaining the chic look of the color curtain.