A rich, intense Kelly green on the headboard adds depth to the color palette, but using a lighter version on the bedskirt and rug creates an overall look that's light and airy. By sticking to just one shade of a strong color , you can afford to use it in large swaths, such as on drapes and bedding. A rosy pink afghan and darling patterned throw pillows pop against the cool background, as does dark furniture. Even a monochromatic scheme can appear colorful.
If you want to create a modern bedroom, consider a bold palette of contrasting colors. Vibrant, geometric-print bedding and colorful artwork bring the color palette together.
Don't be afraid to stray from traditional colors when designing a child's bedroom. HGTV fan mom22boyz paired moss-green walls with red comforters to create a boy's bedroom that's classic yet uncommon. Using soft blues and browns, interior designer Ann Wisniewski turned this bedroom into a restful retreat.
While busy patterns invigorate a space, solid blocks of muted color set the tone for a tranquil space. A versatile color combination, black and white can be used to blend a traditional look with contemporary style. A red bedroom can be dramatic and striking, but it can also be soft and inviting. When red walls are combined with plush, white bedding and sepia-toned artwork, this bedroom oozes with romance and passion.
Design by Marie Burgos. When designing the master bedroom for the HGTV Dream Home , interior decorator Linda Woodrum was inspired by the lush Sonoma landscape and chose a paint color accordingly. Vivid green walls paired with creamy, white bedding make this dreamy space feels like it's one with the treetops. If you want a bedroom that's full of pattern and texture, choosing the right color palette can help you pull it off.
In this space, soft shades of yellow and gray along with serene blue walls lend a calming effect to a dynamic mix of stripes and florals. Design by Erinn Valencich. Design by HGTV fan babyhooddesign. A bedroom should be a place that beckons you to relax and unwind; a muted color palette is a perfect fit. In this master bedroom, subdued browns, greens and grays help create a serene sleeping space.
Vividly hued walls can be intimidating to work with; the secret is choosing the right decor and accessories. Interior designer Erinn Valencich pairs vibrant green walls with classic, black-and-white bedding for a look that's bright and fresh but not overwhelming.
A floral quilt and a pink tulle bed skirt finish off this ultra-girly space. The crisp, white bedding and bright green accents keep the space from feeling too dark.
Dress Up Your Design: Various shades of blue bring life into this otherwise neutral bedroom. Toile patterned bedding sets the color palette, while sky blue curtains , a navy blue striped rug, and a watercolor throw pillow introduce nautical influences.
Shades of sand make the blues feel even more serene. Don't be afraid to bring bright colors into your bedroom. Explore these bright bedroom color schemes and see how to get the look in your room.
Love bright colors , but aren't sure they're right for a bedroom? Watch and see how you can pull off a bright bedroom palette and still get plenty of ZZZs.
Don't be afraid of bold bedroom wall colors , but do be prepared to counteract with lighter furnishings. In this bedroom, saphire blue walls are balanced with classic white furnishings.
Different shades of blue in the bedding and curtains pull the look together, while a coral lamp and rug add a little something unexpected. If you want to use multiple colors in your bedroom but want the mood to be more serene, build a palette of grayed colors.
Sage green, not mint or apple green, walls evoke a calm mood, while burnt orange and chalky blue accents add an essential punch of color.
Other neutrals, like the chocolate comforter and beige rug, bring additional color to the room but do not compete with the sage and orange. A white bedspread and headboard contrast against pale blue walls that bring a light and cheerful tone to the room. Most pieces in the room, like the rug, throw, and a few accent pillows, are blue as well but have pattern to add visual interest.
Carefully placed pink accents draw the eye in as well. Barely-there gray walls add the perfect amount of dimension to this bedroom. White bedding is a slight contrast to the walls and provides a perfect backdrop to yellow and navy patterned pillows.
The dark wood bed stands out against the rest of the room and is the main focal point of the bedroom. A crisp white room gets life from pops of bright pink. By sticking to just one shade of a strong color , you can afford to use it in large swaths, such as on drapes and bedding.
For a smaller dose of color, tone it down and use a shade that's just a bit lighter, such as the dusty pink on the throw pillows. Blue and green are a no-fail color combination, since they are next to each other on the color wheel. Play with intensity to create a palette that's unique. In this bedroom, soft blue walls pick up the subtle hints of blue in the patterned headboard. A rich, intense Kelly green on the headboard adds depth to the color palette, but using a lighter version on the bedskirt and rug creates an overall look that's light and airy.
While a complementary color scheme can be bold, you can tone it down for a more classic look by using warm neutrals and muted versions of your chosen hues. Burnt orange and pale colonial blue are offset by timeless beige in this bedroom. Timeless patterns and solid bedding also enhance the traditional vibe of the room.
A paneled wall stands out even more with a coat of apple green paint. The wall complements a coral throw, blue patterned pillows, and a yellow rug. When you use a strong wall color, balance the hue by using white bedding and neutral furniture. To add splashes of color to a white room, use colorful furniture. This light turquoise bed frame is the statement piece in this bedroom, and color choices for the cheerful bedding and the artwork reflect its hue. In a soothing, yet playful room like this one, introduce accent colors that are variations on the room's featured color.
In this space, celadon green shams and a green crystal light fixture pick up on the green tones in the turquoise. Sail away to your very own beach house haven by combining sunny yellows and seaglass greens and blues. Several wicker baskets and a montage of beach memories in distressed frames contribute to the casual summer feel of the room. Use a favorite piece of art to inspire a bedroom's color scheme.
Here, a powder blue and sunny yellow palette takes its cue from the tropical flower painting above the bed. Consider choosing a less dominate color from the art piece to be the starring color in your room. And if you're painting your walls a bright color, continue color on the ceiling in a hue that's a few shades lighter. Even a monochromatic scheme can appear colorful. In this bedroom, yellow is virtually the only color, but by using shade varying from ochre to butter, the space sings.
Darker yellows and a yellow-orange in the rug anchors the room, while a pale yellow comforter and walls make the small room feel light.
Small touches of chocolate and burnt orange bring just the right hint of new color to the space, but because they have yellow undertones, they help maintain the monochromatic objective of the palette. With white walls and neutral accessories, lavender is an ideal hue to impart serenity while still being vibrant. Here, a lavender duvet is offset with mustard pillows. Yellow and purple are on opposite sides of the color wheel, which means together they create a pleasant contrast.
There is enough difference in color to be noticed, but not steal attention from the beautiful textures and materials showcased in the bedroom. Don't be afraid to introduce a single hint of color to a sophisticated neutral room.
A bedroom should be a place that beckons you to relax and unwind; a muted color palette is a perfect fit. In this master bedroom, subdued browns, greens and grays help create a serene sleeping space. Design by Rate HGTV fan Monica The bright pinks, reds, and oranges this wallpaper help soften the edges of an octagonal bedroom. Colorful accents like pillows, bedding, and and rug carry the color scheme throughout the rest of the space. Cole & Son wallpaper evokes a vacation villa vibe in the master bedroom of this costumer designer's home. A powder blue Belgian linen duvet cover by Restoration Hardware adds another colorful, breezy touch.