How to decorate a bedroom with purple walls

Purple is meant for comfort, luxury and relaxation, as it induces sleep. It also promotes creativity. If you want to read or write in your bedroom, purple walls can energize you in this creative purpose of yours. Bedroom with purple walls have been popular down the ages. Moreover it is recognized with its royal touch. Here are some useful tips, if you want to go for purple walls for your bedroom.


The color purple has so many softer versions to groom your walls like Lilac, Iris, Mauve, Violet, Lavender, and Heather. You can use various shades in the same room to give the room a difference.


History has to say, Cleopatra’s favorite color was purple. Again traditionally it is thought to be the refuge of feminine feelings.

Now, it has been the order of the day while painting a teenage-girl’s bedroom. The color itself gives the teenagers a sense of feeling that they are different from others.


Purple absorbs light. Hence, mirrored furniture not only does justice to the color but also adds to the princely abundance purple color symbolizes. Again, the reflections from the mirrors let the room look adequately lit.


Apart from the purple walls, you can go for softer shades of the color for the accessories. Violate and lavender should be the most viable options. You can also include some neutral colored accessories like lampshades, vases, chairs or side tables to soften the purple look.

Through Other Eyes:

According to popular belief, Leonardo da Vinci used to meditate in lavender or purple colored light. He had deep faith in the potency of the color. Feng shui concept recommends purple as beneficial color and to be used in bedrooms.Purple walls in the bedroom are a signature of your personality.

Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on October 31st, 2011


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