The room has to be an intimate place of relaxation, so some color palettes that keep us with one eye open all night are not recommended. It is better to opt for a decoration not too heavy and, finally, move towards a range of calming colors. We will show you below, a selection of colors for rooms, which will be a trend in this 2020.
Whatever your choice, keep in mind that neutral paint is the most suitable for the walls of a bedroom, as it provides a cozy atmosphere, and, as an additional benefit, mitigates the small defects of the walls. Neutral colors such as gray, white, beige, nudes, and some touches of vibrant and striking color will be booming.
Pastel tones are soft and bright colors that invite relaxation and lift the mood. The old pink, soft yellow, lavender blue, water green, instantly bring a touch of femininity to the room that is usually very nice.
Perhaps because it is the color of the sky and the sea, in color therapy, it is said that blue tones evoke clarity, purity and greater intuition. At home, it is a soothing and cozy color.
A little of the color of the vegetation can capture the optimism of spring at home. You can present it through fabrics, walls or prints with plant motifs that create an elegant appearance. It is a palette that can be vitalized with neon discharges.
A very youthful color, perfect for nurseries or teenagers.
One of the colors for rooms of the moment is bluish mint green, fresh, calm, inspired by nature. It is a calming coalescence, composed of blue, gray and green. This color evokes a feeling of sanctuary and relaxation in the middle of our busy lives.
The different versions of the classic sage or mint have a bold and fresh appearance. They are perfect shades for the bedrooms.
Bluish greens will be popular this year, the tone is fresh, organic and neutral so it blends perfectly with almost any other color.
Blue is one of the favorite colors to decorate the bedrooms, since it conveys a lot of peace. It can be used in all its nuances and tones, such as indigo, sky, sea, night, oil or cyan, and all are perfect for rest and calm. It also stimulates the imagination.
A lot of deep rich azures combined with pure whites are being seen. If you remain skeptical and have trouble imagining total blue on the walls, it can be adopted in small touches on a wall or a piece of furniture, combined with light and bright colors.
Creating contrasts between the color of the furniture and that of the walls is also a highly recommended option, such as purples and greenish shades of gray.
Accessories such as headboards in bright colors such as orange, can be a wise choice, as well as cushions and quilts can make an important contribution in the decoration of the room.
As with red or yellow, the color orange is used to complement a neutral room. It mainly complements the dark gray.
Gray is one of those colors that are overlooked when decorating. However, this neutral color can contribute to giving a true feeling of home, as well as achieving a good mood.
Gray is halfway between white and black, and its qualities can be exploited using it as a backdrop for bright splashes of color in ornaments and accessories.
Similarly, gray can be a medium tone to accentuate dark and light colors. For example, dark gray cushions stand out in a room where light gray predominates.
Set the perfect neutral backdrop. The combination with carbon-colored elements looks very elegant.
As you can see in the images, this color is ideal to highlight some color splashed in the room, as well as to enhance the shapes, volumes and textures, since being neutral, the visual attention does not focus on the color, but on the objects . It is an excellent option when decorating minimalist environments.
While we usually like a dose of color, immaculate whites are very attractive. These rooms are neutral but not boring, since they use the texture of carpets, wood, pillows and blankets, and the brightness of lamps or fabrics wisely.
White on white is simply quiet, with a bit of character thanks to vintage illustrations.
The master bedroom is first and foremost a resting place that should be quiet and cozy. Therefore, banishing bright colors and opting for neutral colors is a wise decision. Cream color is one of those choices that can give us fabulous rooms.
Brown is a color that if we combine it correctly can achieve harmony and elegance in a room.
To avoid mistakes, you must first choose the style of decoration you want in your room and then focus on it by integrating the brown. For example, if you want a cheerful, tidy and harmonious room, you can choose white or cream to accompany brown.
These colors, in addition to contrasting the brown color, make the room light and not dark.
Dark colors combined with bright neutrals in furniture, floors or other decorative accessories, create a pleasant balance for the rooms.
You can play with different shades of brown on walls, furniture and accessories and choose the golden color to complement the brown. The golden color always adds luxury and more if combined with a dramatic color like brown.
When we are planning a bedroom, many times we want to make drastic changes, with intense and bright colors, forgetting that this space, just must be harmonious enough to rest peacefully. That is why we will see some combination of harmonious colors for the rooms.
And we begin precisely, by two gray palettes, which are very fashionable today. The first is complemented by the natural color of the concrete, while the second, introduces the wood, to generate greater contrast.
If you want something modern, darker, but distinguished, then yours can be a subtle combination of purples, which in turn are adorned, with luminaries in bright silver, which add the glamorous touch.
But, as we always say, for the bedroom, the best colors are those almost imperceptible by themselves, but that together they achieve great results. Within this set all soft shades of brown, nude, pink, and of course, white, which despite being classic, never disappoint in the results.
The colors in the room are an element of great importance; one must consider for what purpose the room uses and from there select the most appropriate colors.