You would be surprised at how many blue paint colors your store has to choose from (or at least I was). I knew that I wanted a shade of blue grey paint for our master, and I thought it would be fairly straight forward to find. Boy was I wrong! I made the mistake of walking into the store a bit blindly with no real direction other than I wanted a blue. After being overwhelmed by all of the choices, I turned to this site to find an inspiration photo that I could match. I really like blue paint colors for bedrooms because they make them feel very serene (at least to me) and, in particular, I like them to have a very marine undertone like in this photo.
I absolutely love blue paint colors like this aqua shade because they create an awesome (and very tranquil) chill space wherever you put them. Whether you live in an awesome ocean side house like this (holy cow!) or a condo in the middle of the city, light blue paint for bedroom provides such a fantastic base for nearly any style preference you may have. In this particular room, I love how the designer went with varying shades and intensities of the same hue in order to create depth and subtle contrast in the space. It is not a very "in your face" design but I think that that is perfect for a bedroom where you don't want to be overwhelmed by the paint color or decor.
I wanted to jump on board the blue paint colors trend but, I will admit, I was a little bit scared to go as bold as some of the rooms that I have seen on here. Light blue paint colors like this lovely soft shade that we chose from Sherwin Williams are much more in keeping with my personal style and within my comfort zone. I must say that I love the difference that the subtle blue shade on the walls made, especially in relation to tying in the pool and lake outside the large picture windows. I don't think we every really took advantage of our views or tied it in with our home interior design, so am I so happy that the subtle paint change actually started doing this for us.
Blue paint colors are my very favorite to work with in kids rooms because they can be the base to so many fun designs. This nautical themed room at a gorgeous ocean front home is by far some of my favorite boys bedroom ideas that I have ever used. We had the custom boat beds made by a local furniture shop and then painted the walls to look like the ocean waves out back. It is such a fun and unexpected twist on the normal kids (or guest) room and it makes you smile from the moment you walk through the door. Of course, this room is not for everybody, but it shows you how you can have fun with blue interior paint applied in unique and unexpected ways.
The blue paint colors in this room are absolutely phenomenal -- I could not imagine a more beautiful and tranquil bedroom. I love how the crisp geometric lines of the white shiplap ceiling provide a very contemporary anchor against the traditional decor and light blue wall paint. It is an unexpected twist, especially paired alongside the large beachy chandelier but I think it works so well together. Between the gorgeous color palette and unique architectural detailing you wouldn't think that this space could get any better. However, beyond the master bedroom paint colors that they chose, I really love the decor and bed linens they went with as well.
Blue paint colors are by far my favorite shades to work with. No matter if you go with a lovely soft sky blue or a vibrant navy, they always bring a very relaxing and serene vibe to a room. Whenever I am searching for the right bedroom paint ideas to use in a client's home, I tend to start with the blue family (unless they expressly say that they prefer something else). More often than not it is a fantastic base for any style or decor palette that you could want. For example, in this cool downtown apartment we went with blue gray paint colors that provided a nice neutral base for the navy and edgy metal accent pieces used throughout the rest of the room.