When choosing the paint colour for your bedroom, muted shades are best. Generally, light blues, soft greens and shades of white, beige and gray work best. If your bedroom is predominantly black, you may wish to choose a lighter hue. Alternatively, if you have light furniture, you might want to go with a more saturated colour on the walls. If you’re unsure of what to choose, check out these bedroom colour schemes.
The color of the year is October Mist, by Benjamin Moore. This muted color evokes feelings of comfort and warmth. Because of its neutral tone, it pairs well with most other materials and accents. It also has a muted, harmonious quality, so it can complement other colors and materials in a bedroom. Another popular bedroom color is Head Over Heels, by Benjamin Moore. This soft pink hue lends a relaxing and tranquil atmosphere.
If you have a small bedroom, all over pink is a fantastic choice, as it blurs the room’s edges and suggests a larger space. To add height to your bedroom, you can create a dado rail effect. This can be achieved with any bedroom colour, and a small area of masking tape will create the line. The darker tone of the wall paint will create a subtle color block effect.
White is another great choice, as it is calming and fresh during the day and makes you feel cozy at night. White also matches any accent colour and pattern and won’t require repainting. Alessandra Wood, VP of Style at Modsy, recommends a creamy or muted white for the bedroom. This is a great way to create a calm atmosphere and relax after a busy day.