Dreamy Bedroom Color Ideas
Bedroom is very private space where we can enjoy the rest of the day or sometime get the energy. Karin Beuerlein from HGTV proposes idea about dreamy bedroom color. In order to get the more benefit from your bedroom. Choosing the right bedroom color is important. certain colors can actualy affect your mood and also influent the quality of sleep. So, have decide your bedroom color? here are several ideas for you.
High contrast makes a stunning visual impact without sacrificing harmony in this bedroom designed by Gina Fitzsimmons. Simple screen paneling added to the lower half of the room is painted a bright white that pops against the vivid indigo blue on the upper walls. The effect is softened with lovely green-gold fabrics and furnishings.
One Tone — Not One Note
Sticking with a single color should feel lush, not stingy. Designer Sarah Barnard dressed this room entirely in green to echo the verdant plantings just outside the French doors. Still, the effect is subtle because of layered finishes. “One of the great places to build up visual texture in the bedroom is on the bed itself,” Sarah says. “There are certainly different schools of thought as to how many pillows is too many, but a bed is an indulgent space anyway. Having an excess of pillows makes it possible to introduce a lot of textures.”
Red Can Be Restful
Don’t be afraid of bold colors — in the right combinations, they make for elegant, soothing spaces. Designer Erinn Valencich layered this bedroom with sumptuous neutral fabrics and finishes, then she added a red cherry on top in the form of lamps and a cranberry silk swag. “It’s easy and inexpensive,” Erinn says of the swag. “You can buy pre-made curtains, hang them on a short rod and tuck them behind the headboard.” The sexy zebra-print bench on the right introduces a bit of whimsy.
Layering complementary tones is the key to a “white” bedroom that feels like a haven instead of a hospital. Designer Christine Baumann created this soft, restful color scheme by playing with hues that approach, but don’t quite reach, true white. The Ralph Lauren cotton bedding is a vintage cream, the Crate and Barrel hand-distressed dresser is soft white, the window panels are made of champagne-colored silk, and the walls are painted Harbor Gray from Benjamin Moore.
A Modern Masterpiece
In this bedroom, white walls and gray-carpeted floors offer a subdued backdrop, so what better setting for a “wow” bedspread and artwork? Designer Robin Callan sewed a duvet cover from IKEA fabric to complement the bed, which is upholstered in a woven charcoal material and sold by Five Elements in Austin, Texas. “It’s beautiful,” Robin says of the bed. “It’s a modern masterpiece — it’s very warm but could also go futuristic if you wanted.” Lime-green sheets and orange lamps add just enough bright color to complete the look without going overboard.
Neutral and Natural
This subtle color scheme is delightfully serene despite incorporating a busy pattern for the bedspread. Designer Robin Callan chose a mixture of warm and cool neutrals (cherry wood plus gray walls and a slate-blue bed) as the canvas for the lively artwork of the fabric. “The owner’s style was modern traditional, and she loved natural elements,” Robin says. “She had the duvet cover in mind and already had the cherry furniture, so when I found the bed it seemed perfect. Personally, I don’t like matching furniture. This seemed like a great way to inject a little something different.”
Serenity From the Sea
The owner of this bedroom suite wanted a quiet, elegant look and already had a collection of rugs and artwork to build around, so designer Annette Phillips chose a complementary focal color: a delicate sea-glass green. The tray ceiling is painted the focal color and is offset by soft gold walls and antique white trim. Schumacher silk plaid draperies and the custom-designed bedding repeat the hues in contrasting patterns for extra textural interest.
Mixing Flair and Function
The metallic-finish nightstand and luxurious tapestry headboard throw off a glamorous sparkle in this bedroom designed by Tina Mellino, but they belie a family-friendly functionality. “Everything in this room is durable,” Tina says, “because I designed it as an adult guest suite where the client’s grandchildren could also come to play video games. The duvet cover, for example, is a soft machine-washable linen.” The wall behind the bed features a custom-mixed coppery paint treatment from Variance that’s applied with a trowel and lightly buffed. “It creates a wonderful soft texture that reflects light differently at different times of day,” Tina says.
Singing the Blues
The client already had these walls painted pale blue when designer Robin Callan took over the design. “Light blues can sometimes feel very nursery-like,” Robin says, “so I wanted to bring in some darker colors to make sure the room felt like a mature space. When I found the pillows on the bed, they inspired the rest of the palette.” The rust color and the curtains framing the window add extra punch.