The master bedroom is arguably the most important room in your house. It’s where you rest, relax, and unwind. With all this emphasis on one room, it’s imperative that you get the color scheme right. While there is no right or wrong color for the boudoir, there are some colors that work better than others. For instance, bright whites, neons, and deep reds often cause energizing mood boosts. This might be great for waking up in the morning, but studies show that these shades make it more difficult to fall asleep at night and reach a deeper sleep level. Here are some of the best paint colors for your master bedroom to transform it into a tranquil sanctuary.
This navy and white bedroom is the perfect balance of dark and light.
This neutral palette can be blended with any design style. Shades of beige and cream are always my go-to.
A light silver can be accessorized to be feminine or masculine. It’s the perfect transitional color for people who change their styles often. It also looks fantastic when the sun shines through the window.
Deep shades of brown paired with crisp white and calming blue is an extra classy gender neutral combination.
Dark gray is very in right now, but aside it’s growing trend, it brings a high level of sophistication to the space. No wonder it’s so popular.
Think back to past vacations at the beach and light blue immediately comes to mind. It was the top selection for bedroom colors last year.
This may be a little too feminine for a shared master, but if you’re a single lady, this lavender hue should definitely be a top contender. I am crazy about this color.
Dare to be bold and try out black walls. Paired with metals and plush fabrics, this shade is so elegant and regal. Not brave enough to cover all four walls with black? Paint the wall behind your bed black and the other walls gray. You’ll get an instant pop and draw attention to the bedding.
What are your favorite bedroom colors? What color is your bedroom now?