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Modern Colour Ideas For A Modern Master Bedroom


You know what it's like, you look around your bedroom and just don't love it anymore. So, if you're in need of a change in the bedroom, then it's good to know that you don't always need to revamp the entire space to get a new look. 

New bedroom furniture and flooring can cost a pretty penny at the end of the day, and not everyone is inclined to make such a dramatic change to start with. In many cases, simply changing up the paint, or colour, in a room can give the space a total new lease of life, and make it look totally different.

Now, I'm the first to admit that waking up early every morning and leaving my warm and cosy bed isn't enticing at all, but creating a bedroom that is mood boosting can make it a whole lot easier to wake in the morning. I guess, since colours and light affect our mood, there's a strong case for a bedroom with colours that stand out to you. 

Whether you decide to introduce those pops of colour with paint, bedding, or accessories, you can find some ideas in these gorgeous examples of modern colours and some master bedroom ideas, below...


50 Shades Of Grey 
Bedrooms that feature plenty of calming grey attributes always have that modern look. You could go for a main wall to stand out with crinkle effect wallpaper, and then accentuate with pale grey on the side walls, to really make that front wall burst with modern vibes. Curtains contribute to the sense of fullness, while the clean and plain linens bring in a timeless touch. The best thing about having a grey bedroom, is that you can accessorise with a pop of colour if you want to, and it wont look out of place. 

Blush Pink Is The New Pink
If you're looking for a whimsical bedroom, then this pink is sure to make you blush. If you've read some of my previous posts, you will know that our current bedroom decor is blush pink and I love it. It's pink and feminine, without being too bright and in your face. We paired it with paint on the side walls that was called 'Pinkish Cream' which gives off tones of pink in certain lights, but is mostly an understated cream. I finished off the room with touches of rose gold as that matches with the pink tones, but if you were to go for grey tones, rather than cream, then you could go for steel and silver accessories for a better match. 


Black Can Be Spacious? 
I guess we often think of bright whites and crisp, light hues when trying to open up a smaller space, but there is also a strong case for going darker to make a room look bigger, which I guess turns all what we know on its head. In fact, inkier tones are known to amplify smaller spaces, creating the illusion of an expansive space. And it looks so luxurious too. You can pair with whites, and greys to give off that modern vibes, but try to not pair with cream as that could look a little old fashioned. 

White Is All Right
A white bedroom scheme is a timeless choice for creating a calming backdrop to any style, and it just looks so modern too. With the right accessories and soft furnishings, a white bedroom can still be a warm and inviting space to enjoy, without looking sterile. This soothing shade can create a tranquil haven in a bedroom, to relax and sleep in without looking boring, you just need to do it right. If you're looking for a more elegant take on an all-white look, then subtle accents of grey could lend a softer touch to any bedroom and still be in keeping with a neutral theme.

I guess it all depends on the colours you like. I personally think that plain tones on the walls can create a calming space with being in your face, as you want to be able to relax and sleep in your bedroom without the colour making you feel wired. But if you do like colour, then experiment with some bright accessories instead, as this can be a sure fire way to add colour without it looking too much. 

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for Sharing this beautiful Post. Black and white is always Classy. Try Grey Engineered Flooring to update your Flooring that complement you white Interior.

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