Bedroom Design Trends – 5 Color Palettes to Follow ⇒ There are many ways you can influence the ambience of the bedroom, one of them being the colour palette you opt for in this regard. Colours are known for having a strong influence on the style and sensations this space provides. Seen as this is a space usually regarded as a spot to rest in, the colouring you pick is therefore vital.
This is the safest option you can bet on in this regard. If you wish to balance the ambience and avoid the rise of certain sensations you can opt for shades of white, cream, grey, and other softer elements. If you want to avoid making the room lifeless, you can add one or two colourful elements in there.
In the picture: CAY Sidetable, by BRABBU
If you really want to star evoking a more natural sensation into your bedroom, then use wooden elements into your bedroom decor. This colour evokes the nature sensations into the ambience especially if you opt for natural elements in the rest of the furniture and in the fabrics.
In the picture: Lanca Bedside Table, by BRABBU
This is one of the top colours guaranteed to provide you with a luxury ambience for the home. This tone can add the same feeling that yellow adds into the bedroom: a lighthearted touch that one needs after a long day. If you want the combo to be more intense, all you need to do is mix it in with more intense/strong colours such as black, dark blue among many other possibilities.
In the Picture: Maya Armchair, by BRABBU
Black and white can also turn out to be an excellent combo to have in the bedroom. Alike the previous example this can give a more intense and luxurious sensation into space. You can even add in a couple of more natural elements, such as a wooden floor or even some fur sheets guaranteed to help you create a relaxing luxury filled spot for you.
In the Picture: Diamond Nightstands, by Boca do Lobo
Last, but not least: blue. This is a colour that comes with many shades and with which you have to be extra careful with the one you pick. We’ve opted for a lighter tone of baby blue, for this is the colouring that promotes a more relaxed environment. Not to mention the fact that it’s easy to combine with other stronger colours, including golden.
In the Picture: Cloud Collection, by Circu