By Elizabeth Ranea. Bedroom Colors. Published at Sunday, December 03rd, 2017 - 05:16:00 AM.
There are some color combinations that never go out of style and look as relevant today as they did several decades ago. The classic duo of yellow and blue fits this billing perfectly, as this is a color scheme that seems to blend in with a wide variety of styles and works equally well in both large and small spaces. It is barely a wonder that kids’ rooms draped in blue and yellow look absolutely fabulous when done right. Part of nature’s vibrant canopy, this pairing reminds us of the clear sky on a lovely day, a field of sunflowers at dawn or even a dreamy beach setting at dusk; yellow and blue blend refreshing brightness with soothing charm!
A striking accent wall, you can try out plenty of colors in the kids’ bedrooms without any of them ever seeming out of place, and 2016 is a great time to add red to this list. Despite being dubbed one of those bright and bold hues that is overpowering, red is surprisingly easy to combine with other bright and light hues. Whenever you talk of adding a dashing color, it is the accent wall that pops up first, and it is no different in the kids’ room. A cool red accent wall complements a wide variety of styles ranging from nautical and minimal to traditional and eclectic. Few accent walls are as energizing and exquisite as those in red!
It is a scientifically proven fact that you need sleep in order to be as productive as possible. More than that, you need sleep that is deep, relaxing and restorative. Without that kind of sleep you will lack concentration, become irritable, and overall be unable to function the way that you should in your everyday life. In order to get the best quality of sleep possible, you need to sleep in a room that promotes a calm and relaxing atmosphere. One way to do this is with the appropriate Feng Shui Bedroom colors.
Again, blue is the dominant hue in this trio and is generally the color that feels the most natural for crafting the backdrop of the bedroom. Yet, a mellow and calming shade of yellow can also take over in traditional boys’ bedrooms. The idea here is to create ‘pockets or blocks’ of color without one invading the other. And those unhappy with audacious red can try out spunky orange instead!
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