See what are the bedroom colors top interior designers are using in bedroom design projects.
Choosing a color for the bedroom is a big decision. It sets the tone for the entire room, a room that’s supposed to reflect your style and your personality.
There are so many options when it comes to bedroom color palettes that it might be a bit overwhelming to choose one. But don’t worry you will find the perfect one for you, whether you like a more sophisticated vibe or a more bohemian one, there are enough options to turn your bedroom into a space that truly reflects you.
Get inspired by these suggestions from top interior designers below.
“Swiss Coffee” by Dunn Edwards
Follow the interior designer Coryne Lovick and chose this shade of white for your bedroom. It fits into every color scheme and goes great with other neutrals, as black, and metallic accents.
“Gentleman’s Gray” by Benjamin Moore
Jay Jeffers loves this blue with gray undertones color for bedrooms. And we can see why the designer thinks dark colors make a room feel extra cozy. It looks great with lighter neutrals, pales and other identical shades of blue.
“Gotham” by Benjamin Moore
How great is this color for this time of the year? Margo Nathanson believes that this a color made for cozy weekend mornings and we could not agree more. “It’s urban, chic, dramatic, and cozy, and can be very versatile if the design calls for something rich and dark.”
“Flower Box” by Benjamin Moore
Flower box is a unisex color that is simultaneously soothing and energizing, says Ross Cooper. The interior designer is a big fan of pairing this color with cream upholstery, dark woods, whites and little colorful accents. It certainly looks stunning!
“Chantilly Lace” by Benjamin Moore
Melanie Burstin is a big fan of this color. She says it feels “clean and bright” and we totally back her opinion. There is definitely something about this color that makes the interior look polished without feeling too empty.
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What is your favorite color for the bedroom? Let us know!