Creativity is very important to decide to the best colors for decorating the nice bedroom design. You can get the inspiration from the cozy cabin retreat in the Swiss Alps or even beach cottage bedrooms in the resorts. The various inspirations give you ideas to define the personal bedroom color at home. If you want to build the luxury feeling, the hotel styled sanctuary inspired from the tropical island is nice to replicate. If you just want to stay simple, yet cozy and nice, opt for the pastel wall colors.
Light pastel colors
Build the illusion of a larger space with light pastel tones for decorating the wall, floor and ceiling. The bedroom will appear bigger than its actual look if it features the compact furniture ideas like leather queen bed and sleek side table. The pastel tones to try include mint green, sage green, pale yellow, soft blue, robin egg blue tone, salmon pink, lilac and mauve tone. If you want to build the bigger space of illusion, combine the cool cucumber tone for the wall and warm cocoa tone for the walls.
Pale natural hues
The other colors to try if you are not interested with light pastel tones are creamy white, vintage white, cool grey and pearl white tone. The colors are subdued so that there will be no distraction when you sleep at night. Some people face difficulty to sleep because of the bold feeling due to the presence of hot tones like red, orange and burnt yellow. Avoid the boring look by focusing on the usage of textures. For instance, you install soft pink floral wallpaper on the accent wall and decorate the other walls with vintage tone.
Colors of area rugs, curtains and furniture ideas
When you select the new wall color for the nice bedroom, think about the furniture, curtain and area rug colors. The selected color on the walls should never clash with the current items in the bedroom. If you have the rug, curtain and furniture in pale yellow tone, a vintage white wall is perfect to have. It will be a bad decision if you have the wall in hot yellow, while the other items are also in yellow tone.
Published at Monday, October 31st 2016 by Kyra Lacey