POPSUGAR Home Su Casa Room Therapy: Help Me Choose Paint Colors! by Casa Community 11/03/09 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Read More Color TheoryRoom TherapySu CasaCommunity Su Casa Show Us Your (Instagram) Stuff! Show Us Your (Instagram) Stuff! Show Us Your (Instagram) Stuff! Show Us Your (Instagram) Stuff! POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Home Vegetarian Food DIY Tech Love and Sex Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. c4rolin3 5 years i definitely think a taupe/grey would work perfectly :)that chair in the room is fab - can imagine a mixture of shabby chic with modern clear perspex also. combination of cool and cosy :) c4rolin3 5 years i definitely think a taupe/grey would work perfectly :) that chair in the room is fab - can imagine a mixture of shabby chic with modern clear perspex also. combination of cool and cosy :) Monaco2279742 5 years Okay here is my suggestion: because you love brights and collect bold and bright - what about a nice fresh white paint that would make all your colors 'pop?' It might be overkill to have too many colors. Just an idea to showcase your collections and bright things. Other than that, I would choose another green in the same 'family' as your green collectible - but I do like the white idea. jvanlohn 5 years When I saw the room, I immediately pictured a muted orangy-salmon color, but in reading about your style and taste I think a medium-dark, neutral beige with a lot of warmth to it would be better. It wouldn't compete with your eclectic style or your bright feature pieces. It would also go nicely with the olive and with the right balance of brown, beige, and warm tones, it might even satisfy your hubby. 5 years How about a nice tangerine color, a taupe gray/ putty color and a lime green. You can interchange them throughout using the gray in between and lighter versions of the same colors. All of those colors would look great with orange and greens heatherhas 5 years What about a deep, lovely purple? It would be bold and unexpected and oh so calming. Maybe even a greyish purple. pink-elephant 5 years Why don't you try pulling some inspiration for your walls from some of your favorite pieces that you plan to decorate with...I'm sure that perhaps you two could come across a color you both agree on, one that will incorporate both his desire for deep bold colors that will also go well with your furniture styles and eclectic taste. Go to a paint store together and buy lots and lots and lots of paint samples that you both find appealing and spread them out and take a look. There are tons of choices out there that I'm sure would look wonderful! Good luck! Asche 5 years When is doubt, GRAY! It's is the lovliest, richest, most neutral color. Go for something not too dark, but not too light.