Bedrooms are really private and intimate spaces for people so all the interiors in that space are completely personal and may differ from individual to individual.
But in general, bedrooms are usually our comfort zones, it is like our territory to which we come back at the end of the day to feel that comfort, warmth and secureness. They are also the places where we start our day. So usually the bedroom colours are kept soft, soothing, and pleasant to make the ambience in the room positive, energetic, and joyous.
There are no fixed templates to colour the bedrooms but the colours listed below hold a great effect and are preferred in spaces like bedrooms.
★ Soft Green
The soft green shade gives a nice hue to the room since it has warmth and coolness both present in it. The soft, eye-pleasing, relaxing nature of the colour makes it feel like home. To top it up the green family has abundance of shades to choose from, so there is a shade for every personality out there.
★ Smooth Blue
It is a known fact the shades of the blue family are soothing as it slows down the heart rate, reduces blood pressure, and therefore suits the best for relaxation purposes which is one of the main objectives of spaces like a bedroom. It reflects the colour of the sky on a clean clear crisp day.
★ Light Grey
A light touch of grey can completely change the look of the bedroom. It has a feature to bring out the calmness. Its smoothness, silence, elegance just makes it feel like everything is fine and good-going which is mostly what we need in bedrooms when we lay down.
★ Dark Lavender
The darker shade of lavender colour does not necessarily have to be bright and harsh. It can be soft and soothing. The colour though perceived to be feminine, it is a completely elegant and gracious choice. It does not keep the spotlight on itself rather helps to enhance the furniture in the room.
★ Deep Navy
The deep navy is often in the royal blue family. It is more on the darker shade scale. This colour creates an environment of elegance and class. It is most suited with lighter shades of furniture. It is known to be a calming element in the bedroom since the shade is deep.