Most of the times we see designers using three colors for the bedrooms, which often makes us wonder on how to choose the right color scheme without going overboard. What is important is to choose colors from the same color wheel and balance the dose of each color, so that accents are well distributed all along the palette.
For choosing the right color theme, the first thing to keep in mind is the base color, which will be the leading tone and would offer base for the choice of next set of colors. The next step is to choose the color of the walls, and that can be chosen with the size and structure of the bedroom in mind.
The light colors like white, beige and cream are easy to select, but for a more daring choice, one can choose a shade of the base color. Different walls in different colors are gaining popularity, and in such cases, one wall that needs attention can be in a contrasting color. It is not necessary to choose many colors at a time as the same color can be used in varied fabrics and textiles to bring in few layers. Here is a take at the most obvious but evergreen choices of colors for the interiors of a bedroom.
Orange and Terracotta:
While orange is the base color in such a theme, the idea is to include accents of terracotta to bring attention to brightness of orange. The walls look best when in lights color, mostly white.
Cocoa and cappuccino:
If colors of the same color wheel appeal to you, a smart and amazingly classy choice can be a blend of cocoa and cappuccino. It is also one of the easiest themes to incorporate because wooden furniture can add a lot of charm to the idea.
Purple and lilac:
For bedrooms that are designed to be evergreen romantic, the simplest colors to opt for are purple and lilac. The combination is neither too girly not too manly- the right balance that is needed in the room of a couple.
Green and white:
For summer and spring bedroom designs, green is a must have color and works best when combined with white. A touch of light and lime yellow can be good idea to add a third dimension.
For homes where new investments are not desired, the simplest rule for a fresh revamping of interior is to choose colors for smaller things. From the cushions to the fabrics like curtains, upholstery, rugs, covers of furniture and paintings, small changes in such things can be worth checking for. Furniture like an ottoman or a few stools for seating in the base color can be added for accentuating the design. With the base color in mind, adding new shades of the same color wheel or contrasting colors should not be a tough job.