We would like to address the misconception that white is the only color that you can use in your small space. Honestly, we believe that any color can be incorporated into any type, size, and style of bedroom. If you are ready to fully embrace your small space, we have three genius color scheme ideas for you! These color schemes will work in any small bedroom and they will instantly transform your bedroom into a perfect sanctuary.
Color Schemes for Small Bedrooms:
- Deep Dreams. Surprisingly, dark colors work well in smaller bedrooms. The darker shades tend to hide the fact the room is smaller in size instead of accentuating it. These deeper shades can be projected on your walls and furnishings to create a comfortable space. If you are looking for a cozy, den look, we recommend veering more towards warm-toned colors (Reds, burgundies, browns, beiges, and deep oranges).
- Natural Vibes. If you love the more earthy tones found in nature, we recommend trying to incorporate darker blues and greens with neutral colors to accent. These colors that are distinctly pulled from nature can help to create a more serene space. You can even try to incorporate darker neutral tones like taupe or charcoal to help define the space.
- Nice Neutrals. Do not get us wrong, white can still be a great color for your small space. We only recommend that you veer away from stark white. Stark white tends to make rooms feel lifeless and unwelcoming. Instead, you will want to incorporate softer neutral tones like tans, off-white, light grays, etc. Plus, white will compliment every other color. You can utilize white as your complementary color.
- Pro-Tip # 1: We recommend buying high-gloss paint colors to help reflect the natural light throughout your space. This will help when you are using darker, deeper paint colors inside of your small room.
- Pro-Tip # 2: Use lighter shades on your ceiling. The light colors will help to make your room feel more open. If you do not want to use white, you can incorporate a lighter shade of a specific color. For example, you can use a light tan or light purple to incorporate color without being overbearing.
If you need help deciding on your color scheme, be sure to stop by our showroom!