This season, neutral and impersonal shades are gradually being abandoned in favor of more assertive chromatic variations, poetic for some and opulent for others. A statement that is all the more verified in the bedroom where shades that call for a distinct taste seem to surge. Farewell to half-measures, the sleeping area embraces color in its transversality. Blue, green, pastel, pink or yellow, an overview of colors to display on the walls of the bedroom.
Blue for an elegant bedroom
Particularly adored in the bedroom, blue deploys its soothing arguments coupled with an enveloping aura to display itself in majesty. In total look, by small touches or combined with other tones, it unrolls its chromatic assets not without control. In this rounded bedroom, the smoky blue contrasts elegantly with the cane dressing room and the tobacco-colored headboard. A chic and natural chromatic duo to copy without moderation.
Dark yellow for a solar room
Like all stylistic recurrences, yellow has disappeared from the radar to better reappear. Endowed with flawless elegance, dark yellow, denser, and more distinguished than traditional yellow, has carved out a privileged place for itself in the bedroom. As proof, the headboard takes on this tone, thus adding a sunny dimension full of character to the room. Far from prejudice, it adapts perfectly to its case and radiates more when it is associated with pink or bluish hues. A good reason to adopt it.
Terracotta for a dynamic bedroom
Although ultra-present for several seasons, the terracotta color nevertheless struggled to achieve unanimity because it was considered too powerful. Now, this sunny shade is taking its revenge and promises to appear everywhere. On the walls of the bedroom more precisely. Bold but successful, the headboard is adorned with a deep terracotta “Ocre Nubis” by Guittet to highlight the many decorative touches including the few black tips present on the switches, the wires of the rattan suspensions, and the exposed beam.
Beige for a timeless bedroom
The perfect alternative to white, beige is a representation of timeless simplicity ready to be adopted in the bedroom. The first-choice ally for walls that want a good dose of character without overdoing it, beige plays on its legendary versatility to soften the atmosphere or, on the contrary, to emphasize a very specific element. Only the wooden headboard and the chrome metal bedside lamp add relief to the ambient serenity that emanates from the room.