Deciding on what color to paint your bedroom can be quite a daunting task. It is a decision that can affect you daily, whether or not you notice it. When thinking about bedroom paint ideas, it is important to keep a few things in mind. Bedroom paint colors can be quite personal, so it is best to opt for a color that will bring you joy, allow you to have freedom of decorating options, and make you feel welcome into your own space. Bedroom colors should be calming, so it is important to keep the colors on the lighter side. Neutral shades, just like the one in the bedroom pictured below, are a great way to make your bedroom space a relaxing haven.
As we were deciding on the paint shades to use for our beach house remodel, I did a ton of research on the most popular bedroom colors 2019 to ensure that ours was one of the most updated units on the rental market. Another important factor we had to consider was how the paint formula and shade would hold up against the wear and tear of, not only a humid environment, but also tons of guests and family members using (and abusing) the home. This was especially important when we chose paint colors for the bedroom, because suitcases are constantly being carted in and out, banging up the walls. After going through dozens of swatches we settled on this pretty tan shade to use both in the bedroom as well as the rest of the home.
When planning a home renovation project, many of my clients are interested in a fresh approach to bedroom color schemes. This particular design demonstrates the use of beige to warm up the wall space as it reflects light from the windows and indoor fixtures. Meanwhile, the use of white crown molding and trim creates contrast that accentuates the bedroom paint tones. A sense of overall cohesion is achieved by the client’s choices in luxury bedding, decorative antiques, ornate furniture and framed art with harmonizing shades of gold, fawn, buff, tan and brown. Since the floor is a large component of any area, it is important to coordinate the hue of that dimension with the bedroom paint colors.
It can be very overwhelming walking into a paint store because there are so many interior paint ideas, color families and shades to choose from. With hundreds of hues at your fingertips, I can't imagine how you could decide on just one without some decor inspiration to guide the way. I love browsing sites like this to pick out entire designs or just small pieces that I enjoy and want to replicate in my home. For this master makeover, I actually found the bedroom wall colors from a photo of a Cape Cod beachfront mansion that had a lovely classic style. I like the subtle maritime vibe that the tan walls paired with blue grey trim creates. It was just what I was looking for in the room and having those bedroom paint colors already laid out for me as a guide made the rest of the decor process so easy.
When designing a new space, room colour is one of those elements that is key to establishing style and tone. For this master bedroom makeover, our client wanted something that was contemporary, yet had a rustic flare to go with the wooded setting of their mountain home. We knew that we wanted to take advantage of the gorgeous views outside the large wall of windows, and keep the rest of the color palette quite neutral to highlight the greenery outside. Most master bedroom colors tend to stay in a monochromatic neutral tone (often greys and blues these days) but we wanted something just a bit different. The tan tones we selected perfectly accent the ashy undertones of the stained wood trim and flooring that gives the room its rustic appeal.
As we prepare to sell our home, I have been on the hunt for the bedroom colour ideas to appeal to a wide audience of buyers. We are in the process of updating all rooms in our home in order to get the place ready for the first open house. Of course, most of the projects involve repainting the walls and trim, not only to clean the place up a bit, but also to make the space a bit more contemporary. I have read that more modern styling is what is in these days so I wanted to insert a bit of that decor to make the home more marketable. The master suite was the most outdated so I decided to start the project by determining the best bedroom colors then carry those same shades throughout the rest of the home to give the entire property a pleasant cohesive look.