When I told my wife that I didn't care at all what bedroom colour ideas she chose, I soon realized that I may have made a mistake. She came home from a trip to the store with swatches of bedroom paint colors in bright purple and mauve tones. Needless to say I was a bit nervous with what she was planning. I must say though, I am so proud of her for the stunning design she created in our room. I thought that the grayish purple she chose for the wall behind out bed would be too girly, but it is actually a great contemporary color and I find it very relaxing to walk in to. I also really like how she kept the rest of the bedroom decoration super modern and edgy with lots of chrome, woods and blown glass.
When I was searching for bedroom colour ideas for our master, I had never really considered using a wallpaper or covering until I stumbled on this cool island inspired retreat. The gorgeous seagrass style wallpaper adds such depth to the other bedroom decor ideas and really elevates the overall look. My favorite part about how they used it, is that they chose to only do one focal wall and used paint to cover the rest of the space. This kept the project more affordable, and gave some variety and interest to the bedroom colors. The only thing that I would change about their design is to bring in more hunter green or navy to make a nice contrast against the tan wall coverings.
I absolutely adore bedroom colour ideas that feature a Wedgwood blue palette. There is something about blue bedroom ideas that I find so appealing, perhaps because the shade is particularly relaxing to me due to all of the great memories I have hanging out by the Carolina coast. The shade that we used in our master is definitely my favorite, and really embodies that zen blue that you see in a lot of spas and retreats. We opted to keep the rest of the decor quite simple and neutral, only bringing variation in through pattern and material, because I feel that understated accents tend to pair best with bold wall paint colors.
We talked to a lot of interior designers before we found the right bedroom colour ideas for our grand master suite. As you can see the room is quite spacious and has a ton of gorgeous architectural detailing, from the classic paneled fireplace, to the laters of dental molding around the trey ceiling and gorgeous polished wood floors. For this reason, I didn't want to go too crazy with wall painting ideas and distract from these unique features, yet I did want a shade that would be dark enough to make the white trim pop. Most of the designers we spoke with suggested taupe or grey master bedroom colors because they are neutral enough not to catch your eye, but have just enough to them to provide some style.
As you can tell, our master suite is in dire need of a style makeover, particularly in regards to bedroom colour ideas. Right now everything is in a drab mixture of browns and beiges and lacking in any real direction (and without much taste). I have always been partial to bedroom color schemes that use color in fun and unexpected ways to I want to find some technique to accent our cool vaulted tray ceiling. My thought is to paint it white, then use a deep green or blue shade for the walls. We are also ripping out the carpet and replacing it with dark plank flooring so I want to make sure that the paint colors coordinate with the undertones of the floor.
I have been stuck on what bedroom colour ideas to use in our master bedroom. As you can see we don't have much wall space to cover because most is covered by large windows giving us a panoramic view of the island. Nevertheless, I wanted to incorporate some fun bedroom paint ideas that would liven up the space a bit and give it more color. In my opinion, a nice deep green or sky blue would help to draw the eye out the window and accent the stunning landscape beyond. To me, me the best bedroom colors are dark shades that make you feel warm and cozy, so I think that I will opt for a rich hunter green shade to paint the area underneath the windows.