The master bedroom is your oasis, the peaceful retreat where you go seeking relaxation. Ideally, it should be your own slice of heaven and that’s not an impossible thing to achieve. The first step should be choosing the right paint color. Red may be your favorite color but it would definitely not help turn this space into a relaxing and peaceful retreat. Here are a few colors that would:
Let’s start with white, since it’s the simplest of all. Since white is a neutral color, it works well with a variety of other colors so you could choose to paint your bedroom walls white and include colorful accents in the form of décor accents and accessories.
Simple and neural, cream is another wonderful option. It too can be combined with a variety of accent colors as well as all sorts of patterns, allowing you to personalize your bedroom décor through furniture, wallpaper and accessories.
Brown is a warm, earthy color and this makes it a valid option for the master bedroom. It would give the room an inviting and comfortable feel. Brown walls can be combined with light-colored furniture for a balanced and modern look.
Though grey can be perceived as a sad, negative color, it would be a good option for the bedroom because it would have an overall calming effect. Greys can also look soft and warm and an environment enveloped in this shade would be very relaxing after a long an dynamic work day.
A lot of people avoid black because it’s such a strong color. However, it doesn’t have to look dramatic if you pair it with neutral accessories and natural textures. In addition, black is great because it doesn’t reflect color and allows you to relax even when it’s sunny outside.
A similar effect can be achieved with navy blue. It’s a dark shade, not as dramatic and scary as black and it too can be paired with a variety of other colors. It’s also a perfect basis for creating a themed décor.
Green is a natural, organic color which you can pair beautifully with wooden furniture, bamboo floors and other similar elements. It blends well with neutral hues but also with brighter tones such as yellow, orange or coral.
Very cheerful and positive, yellow is a nice color option if the master bedroom is small and you want to make it feel more spacious or if the room has small windows. With yellow, you can turn the bedroom into a sunny and cheerful retreat.
A soft shade of purple such as lavender would look great in the bedroom. It would match well with gray and it would look feminine and romantic so decide whether or not this is a look you want for your master bedroom.
Pair light shades of blue with wood to create a beach-inspired, coastal décor. Add white and dark accent elements for contrast. Sky blue is a relaxing color and it also makes spaces look more open and spacious.