Are you getting ready to paint your bedroom but wondering what would be the best bedroom paint colors for you? You’re not alone!
Choosing an overall color palette for your bedroom or any room is the most difficult decision but I promise you, after you make that color commitment the rest just flows!
So what are the best bedroom paint colors? It’s hard to say what the “best” bedroom paint colors are for your home. But here are our top 3 picks for bedroom paint colors trends we’re seeing in 2016.
Our 3 Top Picks for Bedroom Paint Colors:
All White Bedrooms
First, all white bedrooms complete with white bedding are popping up everywhere, just as we are seeing all white kitchens and a lot of white being used in commercial applications the all white design technique has hit home!
When you are designing your all white bedroom the key is to add plenty of texture and shades of white. Combining all shades of white creates a layered look full of dimension and suddenly the bedroom becomes more relaxed and personal.
White Paint Colors for your bedroom can skew from Simply White to those with undertones like Linen White, both from BenjaminMoore.com.
From ArchitecturalDigest.com White Bedrooms Done Right
Gray and White Bedrooms
Second, gray has a staying power all of its own, it’s a classic color and over the years has been in the spotlight but never quite like it is now. Gray has gained such momentum that we’re seeing it in everything from kitchen cabinetry to wood flooring. So it’s no surprise that Gray and White Bedrooms are on trend in a big way.
From TraditionalHomes.com Gorgeous Gray-and-White Bedrooms.
Such a beautiful gray and white bedroom! Walls are painted in Silver Cufflinks by Ralph Lauren. This saturated gray is balanced by white bedding, wainscoting, window treatments and accessories including the black and white photography that ties the room together.
So, Gray can skew from a barely there color like Fleur de Sel from Sherwin-Williams to a saturated gray like Silver Cufflinks above from RalphLaurenPaint.com.
Gray paint colors also have undertones from warm to cool so make sure to try it on your wall at home to see how the light in your space affects the color.
and a few more pastel bedroom paint colors to consider.
Pastel Hue Bedrooms
Thanks to Pantone’s color of the year for 2016 we are seeing pastel tones emerge like never before from the pale blue Serenity to pale pink Rose Quartz.
Image from TraditionalHome.com
And by EthanAllan.com
Hope everyone had a great weekend + enjoy your week ahead! ~ Nancy
be happy + be comfortable in your home