Your bedroom serves as a space for you to rest. So, do not be surprised if you will need peace here, away from all the frenetic activities. In addition, you will also need a cool color to make you feel fresh after taking a rest.
Actually, there are so many options for the bedroom color themes. But you need to pay attention to the psychological effect when selecting the color theme. As mentioned above, you will need quietness and coolness in the bedroom. Then, use colors which are also soothing and calming such as blue, green, brown, and purple.
Of course the colors that you can apply may vary. In order to highlight the atmosphere you want, create your room decoration in neutral colors. These colors are very soothing and help restore a tired body condition. Neutral colors can be sourced from natural colors, such as green of pale leaves, orange of red soil, and light gray. Avoid decorating a space using strong or hot colors, like red and yellow.
A room decoration can be in the form of room element decoration and room color decoration. The application can be done on walls, furniture, or accessories. To produce a comfortable interior decoration, combine the design and the color. For example, use neutral colors on the elements of space, and then select the matching color for the furniture and accessories.
The color of all furniture should be same or matching. If the bed has a mahogany color and motif, apply the same or the matching color theme to the wardrobe, sofa, shelves, dressers, or TV credenza.
To create accents, add a little primary, secondary, or tertiary colors in some elements, bedding, and other accessories. Choose a color that is in harmony with the entire room design. The harmony can be achieved by combining the colors derived from the dominant color in the space. It can be a darker or lighter color. For accessories, choose a color that is rather bold, bright, and a bit of contrast. This accessory serves to beautify the room, so that the proportion of this color shall not dominate the room.
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