By Aceline Enzo. Bedroom Colors. Published at Friday, November 17th, 2017 - 04:17:16 AM.
Giant tulips for the small bedroom: I had discovered a gorgeous fabric designed with swirling, dancing tulips. The flowers were printed in dashes of bright pink, orange, violet and yellow. The optimistically, upward curving stems were in a spring green. The rapport consisted of 7 over-dimensional tulips spread over about two meters of fabric, which had a width of 140 cm.
Different Shades of Gray and Blue. Darker shades of gray can also be used in small bedrooms to create a dashing and more masculine space. Once you go down this route, ensure that the rest of the room remains as uncluttered and neutral as possible with sparingly used blue accents. In the bedroom, everything from the pillows and bed sheets to drapes and vases can be used to add color and with changing trends you can even move away from blue and adopt a completely different color scheme.
Purple is an excellent choice for your bedroom because it promotes healing, much like blue does (they are in a related family). Purple can be used in candles, pillows, curtains, etc. to add to the calm and healing nature of your bedroom.
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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