I have always enjoyed master bedroom colors that are quite neutral in nature, because they make the plush bed linens the star of the show. I am somebody that loves to swap out artwork, bedding, rugs, and other textiles on a regular basis (what can I say, I get bored easily) so it is imperative that I stick with simple room color ideas so that I don't have to repaint every time I take on a redecoration project. For anybody out there that is like me, I would highly recommend Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace as you base wall color because it provides the most fantastic neutral backdrop to any decor style that you want to bring in. In my opinion, the best master bedroom colors are those that can take on either a warm or a cool decor scheme, and Chantilly Lace is definitely one of those shades that will work with either category.
If you are into very modern master bedroom colors like I am, then I would highly recommend this awesome pewter color that I found recently. I was inspired by the awesome bedroom designs in this home that all feature gray bedroom walls but that each feature a slightly different take on contemporary decor. I love the softness and femininity that the plush velvet upholstered bed brings to one room, while the stronger more geometric headboard in the other space gives off a completely different and edgier vibe. It is so interesting how virtually identical master bedroom paint ideas can create such a different look and feel, simply depending on the textiles, furniture and decorative accents you choose to incorporate.
If you are like me and love monochromatic master bedroom colors that allow your decorative accents to really shine, then I would highly recommend this Simply White shade that we just repainted our entire suite in. Painting a room white is certainly not as easy as you would think because there are so many very distinctive variations on the color "white." Some have a lot of blue, or green or grey, while others are very warm or beige. Honestly, the entire concept can be quite dizzying. I really like Benjamin Moore Simply White (the shade we used on everything from the trim to the walls to the ceiling here) because it has a great depth to it and blended perfectly with the very soft peach and aqua bedding we chose.
I have always been afraid to play around with master bedroom colors because most of the rooms in my home growing up were all painted in very simple neutral shades. We never really brought much personality to the walls and I think that that has stuck with me into my adult life even as I am beginning to think about what I want to do with our master bedroom decor. As you can see from the photos, the space is nice (albeit a bit boring), but I really want to amplify the style in here and make it a space that is not only comfortable but that also looks unforgettable. I am curious as to the best bedroom colors for couples that satisfy both my softer palette as well as my husband's desire for very strong bold colors.
Master bedroom colors are a very personal decision because it is the space that you use to relax in after a long day. For that reason, I tend to suggest soothing bedroom colors that instantly put you in a more calm and serene state the second you see them. For most people, soft blues, grey and whites often evoke that feeling so those tend to be my go to choices when first begin designing a space. For this particular home, the client loved master bedroom ideas that featured elements of nature like beautiful landscape paintings, potted plants, and botanical prints on linens. We decided to go with a monochromatic color palette in the varying shades of clouds in order to continue the nature-based theme and bring a complete element of serenity to the space.
I am in love with these master bedroom colors because the beautiful vibrant blue instantly makes me think of some of my favorite days spend on the water in the Bahamas. This shade reminds me of the pristine clear aqua blue waters with the sunlight glinting off the waves. Not to mention, the master bedroom paint colors are the perfect pair to the sandy colored upholstered bed and beautiful seaside-inspired floral print that they used on the curtains. I definitely want to use blue bedroom ideas like these in my house, because I feel like I would be instantly relaxed as soon as I walk through the doors.