Suitable Colors for Bedroom
While we do admit that waking up early and getting out of a cozy bed may not always be fun, creating a bedroom that is mood-boosting and energizing might make it a lot easier. There is a strong case for a colorful bedroom since light and colors have an effect on our mood. You will definitely find something to emulate in the beautiful examples of colorful bedrooms listed below, irrespective of whether you choose to introduce those pops of color with artwork, bedding or paint.
1. Light Lilac
Designed by Cathy Chapman, this lavender oasis is proof of the fact that you can decorate with color while being simultaneously understated. This little nook exudes a serene, calm vibe although it is bursting with shades of lavender. The key trick in this design is to stick to a color palette of muted pastels. Cathy Chapman worked within a purple spectrum in this bedroom, while keeping things fascinating with contrasting shapes, textures and finishes.
2. Khaki Green
Designed by Heidi Caillier, this guest bedroom is painted in a nature-inspired, soothing green shade. It brings out all the other accent colors used throughout the area for a nice cohesive whole, and is fitting for the environment.
3. Ice Blue
When you walk into the bedroom, a soothing soft blue would feel like a breath of fresh air. This color adds a dreamy, ethereal quality to every space. However, what makes it particularly well-suited for the bedroom is the versatility that it offers. The makeshift side-table accent chair and the linen bedding contribute to that undone, easy elegance.
4. Light Gray
Designed by Jean Liu, an ultra pale shade of gray accentuates the indigo and green tones used in this bedroom. If you are looking for a subtle neutral tone that will be less jarring on your eyes than a bright white, you should opt for a similar shade.
5. Lemon Yellow
It is highly recommended to consult the color wheel at every step of the decorating procedure. From ideating to shopping, knowing which colors complement one another makes everything simpler. Want an instance of a job well done? Designed by Juan Carretero, this yellow and gray bedroom is your answer. Yellow undoubtedly represents cheer. Therefore, this is the color for you if you want your bedroom to exude energy and warmth. You will love how a more playful element is brought into the more traditional bedroom with the bright, striped ceiling.
6. Soft Black
Although we often think of crisp, light hues or bright whites when trying to open up for a smaller space, there’s also a good case for going a shade darker. Inkier tones, in reality, are known to amplify small spaces. They also set the right mood in the bedroom. For instance in this bedroom, the soft black paint color makes it feel intimate and special in ways you would never be able to accomplish with a lighter hue.
Designed by Danielle Colding, you could take a cue from this bedroom and match your walls to your upholstered headboard. Here, a touch of intrigue is added by the studded headboard that blends right into the beige color behind it for a timeless look.
8. Cobalt Blue
A surefire way to make a bold statement are high gloss paints. Designed by Alisa Bloom, the liquidy, rich sheen of color in this bedroom bounces the light around a dark room. To illuminate the entire bedroom, she has used Fine Paints of Europe’s Delft Blue 4003 in Hollandlac Brilliant.
Beige is not boring. It is one of the best paint colors for a bedroom because it is warm, versatile, dependable and subtle. Additionally, a taupe shade that is super light will contrast well with the crisp bright interiors. This shade also brings to mind long walks along a sandy beach. Add pops of bright, cheerful colors with throw pillows and minimalistic decor.
10. Deep Marine
Throughout this bedroom, decorator Heidi Caillier has opted for a deep green-ish navy hue to marry the brown, blue and green tones. She only painted the walls this rich tone upto the chair line to prevent it from being swallowed up in darkness. Another element of intrigue is added by this contrast.
Color blocking is your only solution if you want to give your room a little more shape or you simply want to keep the color from overpowering your space. There are various ways to play with this trend, from full-on murals to more simple and subtle toning treatments. Designed by GRT Architects, this bedroom is somewhere in the middle. Try painting your paneling and leave the walls light, only if you like what you see. Then, to show it off even more, opt for a low-to-the-ground bed.
12. Mint Green
Designed by J.P. Horton, with a retro-style crocheted coverlet and a slightly pistachio-hued upholstered headboard, this bedroom belongs in our dream summer getaway home. The warm wood side chair and the traditional landscape painting ground the space and work beautifully with the mint green paint.
Peachy blush walls contrast with the high-impact black and white wall art in this Scandinavian studio. However, you will find that softness reflected again in the oat-hued linen bedding and the jute rug. Blush pink pairs with steel blue tones without quarrel. It also pairs with bright red if you are going in for an unexpected contrast.
14. Deep Navy
For a balanced bedroom, paint your walls with a deep shade of navy and punctuate the depth with a vibrant bedding and crisp white accents. Designed by Mally Skok, the playful patterns in this space contrast well with the deep blue walls and give the room a touch of levity.
15. Sky Blue
Although this blue shade definitely makes a statement, it does not overwhelm the eye or overpower the space. This is because this shade is consistent. There is a strong sense of personality and cohesion in this bedroom since it is basically a cocoon of light blue. In conclusion, if you have a favorite color, why not see it become the theme of your bedroom?