For a feminine feel, try Cinder Rose No.246 teamed with Great White No.2006 on the trim and ceiling – or Middleton Pink No.245 for little girl’s bedrooms, coupled with All White No.2005 trim and accented with the beautiful bold colour Brinjal No.222.
The 'boudoir' look is very popular for women's bedrooms - create this look by using Calamine No.230, Teresa's Green No.236 or Archive No.227 teamed with a 'greyer' woodwork like Slipper Satin No.2004.
For a prettier, fresher look try Ringwold Ground No.208 or Cooking Apple Green No.32 with a creamier woodwork such as White Tie No.2002. Alternatively, try Pavilion Blue No.252 for a pretty, fresh feel.
For a masculine look, try Elephant's Breath No.229, Light Blue No.22 or Vert de Terre No.234, which are all very popular.
Try using a much darker woodwork and door with these, such as Hague Blue No.30 with Light Blue No.22 or Lichen No.19 with Vert de Terre No.234. This creates a very stylish 'clubby' look without overpowering colour.
Wall: Pavilion Blue No.252 Estate Emulsion