Create A Soothing Atmosphere With A Turquoise Bedroom Décor

Turquoise is the marriage between blue and green, a color so beautiful and so versatile it makes anything look stunning. But did you know that the color gets its name from the French word for Turkish? That’s because the gemstone with the same name comes from Turkey. It’s been a prized ornamental gem for thousands of years and we still value its uniqueness.

Combine various shades of turquoise and mix them with bold prints

A pastel shade of turquoise on the bedroom walls gives the room a bright look

As a color, turquoise is soothing and calming, even when it has a bold hue. That’s what makes it perfect for the bedroom. You can find out more about this in an article we’ve written on the theme, “10 bold but soothing turquoise bedroom interior design ideas”. Today we’re focusing basically on the same subject: How to use turquoise in bedroom interior décor.

Use turquoise as an accent color in key places and mix it with patterns

Bold turquoise accents can still be soothing if combined with the right colors

Use a combination of pastels in combination with a few vibrant accents

Here, gray was used as the main color and turquoise accents complement it

Combined with white, this pastel shade becomes very bright

Mix turquoise elements with blue and green details and they will blend in perfectly

A simple color palette is more soothing, even if it includes bold shades

Turquoise is a versatile color which looks great in cottage-style interiors

It also complements classical and traditional interior decors

Turquoise is a cold color so combine it with warm shades for balance

This shade of turquoise is a little towards gray and this gives a unique charm

In a simple décor, pattern often breaks the monotony

At least four different shades of turquoise were used to create this soothing décor

Don’t only focus on the walls and floor. The ceiling could use your attention too

The way the turquoise stands out on the crisp white background is mesmerizing

An interesting mix of green and turquoise throughout the room

Introduce color into the bedroom through decorative pillows and colorful bedding

Combine turquoise with yellow for a cheerful and warm look

Mix color with black and white and you’ll get an elegant décor

For a vibrant look, use bold shades and contrasting colors

Although the color palette is very simple, the wallpaper and pattern make the colors stand out

A turquoise rug and matching bedding totally change the atmosphere

Combine turquoise with a warm color and add some black and white for balance

Color stands out more when there’s a neutral, darker background

The color in this bedroom is so faint you can hardly notice it

Some shades of turquoise are closer to blue, like in this case

Choose a simple and cohesive décor by using the same accent color throughout

Bathe the room in turquoise but use different shades for diversity

This calming and soothing shade can transform your bedroom completely. Whether you use it on the walls, as an accent color or in the form of decorations, turquoise will make your bedroom stand out and will also offer you a peaceful sleeping environment. There are numerous ways in which you can use this color in the bedroom so explore these inspiring examples and then come up with your own.

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Published by in Interiors, on April 14th, 2014


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