When we think of soothing, meditation-like spaces, neutral decor is what often comes to mind, especially in bedrooms. But did you know that bold shades can also be soothing? Here’s how to inject a little color (and a lot of personality) into your sleeping space.
1. True color
First: choose your color. You’ll be building your space around this shade, so make sure it’s a space you really enjoy. A good way to choose? Consider color energy. Dark blue is known for its calming properties (so it’s great for restless sleepers), while forest green will make your space feel refreshing and revitalizing, helping you wake up early in the morning. Want something even bolder? Then try bright yellow – it will bring good emotions.
2. On the wall(s)
The most obvious way to showcase your chosen shade is to paint the walls. It will completely transform your space and bring out the tone of your existing furniture. Landlord does not allow? Don’t worry, the following tips are for you.
3. Main attraction
Your bed is the centerpiece of the room, so it’s a great way to match your chosen color scheme. Cory comes in seven different options, from soft heather pink to crisp saffron yellow. Our advice? If you really want to focus on that velvet headboard (who doesn’t?), paint the walls a few tones lighter than the upholstery.
4. Pairing is benevolent
To keep the color palette together, we recommend choosing furniture from the same collection, rather than mixing and matching pieces nicely. Got blues music? Explore the Elona range. The right wardrobe, drawers, and nightstands will save you worry when renovating your bedroom. Best work? This bouji bedroom set also comes in two colors pink and green.
5. Small things count
Final step: add matching accessories like lamps, bedding and upholstery to create a cohesive overall look. The more shades you use in your palette, the more everything will blend together.
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