Choosing the right colour palette for your bedroom can be a real challenge. You own personal taste is very important, but it is also vital to ensure your bedroom is a sanctuary where you can relax and unwind. We put together a quick and easy guide to choosing the best colour palette for your bedroom…

Neutral Bedroom

Neutral tones such as taupe, beige, ivory and grey are a safe bet for creating a relaxing environment. These colours will also go well with most soft furnishings and can be dressed up by adding a splash of colour here and there. A purely neutral colour palette will also look stylish and minimalistic.

Pastel Bedroom

 

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If you’re looking to add a touch more colour to your bedroom, pastel colours are a great option. Pale shades of blue and green can have a relaxing effect on the mind whereas light pinks and yellows give bedrooms a warm cosy glow. Carefully combining pastel colours can give you a relaxing yet colourful environment.

Dark Bedroom

 

Dark colours such as dark blue, purple and green can help lull us to sleep as we associate them with night time. However, using a dark shade on every wall can make a room look smaller. Painting a dark colour on just one wall in the room is a fantastic solution. You can also incorporate dark colours by adding a dark patterned bedding or a dark headboard like our Sueno Upholstered Headboard above.

We hope this guide has given you some inspiration on a colour palette for your bedroom. If in doubt, we would always recommend opting for a neutral colour palette on your walls and adding coloured accessories. However, the most important thing of all is that the room suits your personal style.

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