How To Select The Best Bedroom Colours
1. Blue: Relaxing and Calming
Since blue belongs to the cool portion of the hues on the colour wheel, blue is first on the list. Blue has a positive effect on the mind and body. It brings calmness and relaxation, putting your mind in the right mood for the night because it helps slow down human metabolism.
Blue is a perfect material to be combined with raw material and natural wooden elements because it provides contrast and warmth in the space.
2. Green: Relaxing and Pleasing
Green is a natural choice in Interior Design as an ideal background or a backdrop because we as humans are so used to seeing it everywhere. The colour green is very relaxing i.e. very pleasing to the human eye because its present in big amounts in nature. Its perfect in light tones for small spaces because it gives a sense of freshness and airiness to the space. Green combined with earthy tones like beige gives the most pleasing effect. If you want to incorporate with metals, golden details are must.
3. Pink: Calming Effect
In psychology colour pink is for hope. It gives a feeling that everything is going to be okay. There are studies confirming that the colour pink can have a calming effect on the nerves, which is why it’s on the list. The good side of using pink is that you don’t have to overdo it. Instead, pick only 1 element that can convey your statement such as a wall, pouffees, pillows or blankets. How you combine pink is crucial to get a specific look to achieve an elegant style. Pink can be combined with white, beige, blue, grey or earthy tones
4. White: Serene and Fresh
White is a perfect colour to be used in small or darkest spaces. The secrect to decorating with white is adding a little bit of contrast. White has endless possibilities to be combined with popularly with black accents, furniture and floor in light rustic wooden fittings with core elements made up of natural materials and monochromatic patterns ending up giving a Scandinavian feel. If you want to add a popup colour, add pale blue, blush pink or some greens for taking up secondary positions.
5. Dark Grey: Dramatic
If you like a dramatic space, dark grey is perfect for you. But before you choose it, remember to evaluate the quantity of natural light that you have in the space. It’s definitely not a good colour to be used in a small or darker bedroom. To get a contemporary look, you can make a several tones of grey to create a neutral, monochromatic atmosphere. To warm up the space, select furniture in wooden and rustic finishes and some natural plants as well, to add a cozy sensation to the space.