Nowadays, you can buy paint in literally any color imaginable. It’s an amazing thing, but it’s also very overwhelming. Where do you start? How do you distinguish between shades that are so subtly different? Well, for those of you who dread staring aimlessly at that wall of paint chips, we’ve compiled a great group of paint colors for bedrooms. These shades are elegant, versatile, and soothing (because who can relax in a room painted bright orange)? Plus, they can appeal to people of either sex and work with a variety of interior design styles. I hope that even if the colors aren’t the perfect shade for your home, they’ll at least give you a direction when you face that massive wall of paint chips at the hardware store.
Paint Colors for Bedrooms
First, we have a light gray. This shade is perfect for homeowners who want to get out of their white/beige rut. It’s elegant and soothing and pairs well with a variety of colors. Metallics (like the mirror above) really sparkle against a gray backdrop and bursts of bright color (like the flowers) can pop against its muted tone. Unlike white (which can sometimes look brash or unfinished), light gray feels intentional.
This is another shade for those white/beige lovers wanting to step outside of their comfort zone. While this is a shade of beige, it’s a bit darker than what you see in most homes and feels very natural and outdoorsy. A buttery, creamy, light brown, it could add a lot of warmth to your bedroom.
If you prefer to look up at the sky rather than down at the ground, you might prefer this lovely blue shade that combines blue, gray, and a hint of green. It’s a gorgeous color whether it’s in bright light or deep in shadow, as you can see in the photo above. Airy, light, and calming, this is the perfect color for a bedroom.
If you like a little more punch in your paint colors, why not try green? It’s unexpected but oh so soothing and sophisticated. While an emerald or lime shade might look obnoxious, this muted green with a hint of blue is perfect for a bedroom. You could tone it down with neutrals or amp it up with bright accent colors like coral, red, and orange.
This light blue shade has a hint of gray to keep it from looking too much like a baby boy’s room. It’s fresh, airy, and when combined with darker blue shades (like those in the blanket in the photo above), it’s reminiscent of a seaside.
Finally, if you’re looking for a color that’s a bit more unexpected and dramatic, try gray. Choose a shade with a hint of blue to keep it from looking cement-like and pair it with some pretty accent colors. This is a very trendy, cool shade at the moment, but because it’s a neutral, it won’t go out of style anytime soon.
Neutral colors and blues and greens are perfect for bedrooms because they are soothing, natural, and easy to combine with other colors. Whatever color you choose, just be sure that it reflects your style. Just because something is trendy, that doesn’t mean it’s right for you and your home. Good luck!
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