10x colour in the bedroom with paint
Posted on: 21-08-2020
Whether you want a light bedroom, a dark, a quiet or a busy bedroom, we all want something different in our bedrooms. While one person likes the cosiness of a dark colour, another may need a quiet and serene bedroom as an escape from everyday life. Whatever your needs, there are many different options for applying colour in your bedroom with, for example, paint. In this blog we give you inspiration for a bedroom that suits you.
Fresco lime paint Aubergine | Iris Floor
Choose paint with colour nuances for your bedroom
Are you still unsure between wallpaper with a print or a painted wall? How about a wall paint with colour nuances such as Fresco lime paint? Due to the lime in the paint, the way of applying with a block brush creates colour nuances that also light up the colour somewhat. That way you can, for example, paint your bedroom door in the same colour as the wall and still get a completely different look with lime paint on the wall.
Colour in the bedroom for the daredevil
Are you really crazy about colour? Do not leave a piece of wall, ceiling, door frame or door uncoloured. Choose to paint the entire room in the same colour or, if you dare, make challenging combinations and apply them creatively by means of colour areas or paints with colour nuances.
Marrakech Walls Sahara Dust | Debbie Trouerbach
A calm and serene atmosphere due to light use of colour
If you want a light bedroom, you naturally also choose a nice light colour on the wall. Also do this in your bed linen and window coverings to continue this peaceful atmosphere. Do you still want to apply some colour very carefully? Then choose wall art with some colour in it or a beautiful colored bedspread and pillows. You can also make the whole thing more exciting with textiles or, for example, an armchair with a print.
Fabric Rozzo Skin Powder | Judith Doppenberg
Dark colours on the wall in your bedroom
Do you have a very large bedroom or do you simply want to make your bedroom cozier? Then a dark colour around the walls can work very well! It may sound very exciting and you often hear that a dark colour makes the room smaller, but that does not necessarily have to be the case. It does make the walls feel like a warm blanket, like a cocoon to which you can withdraw. Combine this dark color with, for example, light (er) colours in your bedding and natural accents in the accessories and the whole thing becomes a bit lighter again.