Colors and their effect on us humans – an exciting and popular topic for artists, psychologists and designers, but also for each one of us. How many times have you been asked for your favorite color? Definitely too often, right? Because this question is actually one of the most important aspects of our lives, although we often do not really feel it consciously. Today it’s about bedroom colors and their effect.
After we have the latest Living trends 2018 We have noticed that much remains, but also a fresh wind in the interior design is felt – especially when it comes to trend colors. In addition, light wood remains in vogue as well as coarser natural materials such as natural stone and wool. At the same time, a cuddly soft textures and textiles such as mohair, velvet and corduroy make for a real comeback, providing more comfort in your own four walls. In combination with deep, warm colors such as Bordeaux or aubergine, the soft materials bring even more relaxation and noble security.
Bedroom colors 2018
Our 3 trendsetter favorites
Many trendy designers and artists around the world are already considered trendsetters, not only in fashion, but also in living and furnishing – color trends, of course, included. We want to focus on our three favorites: the Pantone Institute, Benjamin Moore and Dulux.
All three announced the trend color of the year and completely convinced us. Although these are three different colors, they all contain a warm note that we would like to enjoy this year. Stay with us and learn more.
Soft purple conjures a meditative atmosphere in the bedroom
Pantone Color of the Year – Ultra Violet
The world famous Pantone Institute already has Color of the year 2018 Ultra violet appointed. A deep, mystical purple nuance that invites us to dream and stay while inspiring. The color is meditative and transcendent and reminds us of the infinity of the clear night sky with its countless stars. It is therefore not surprising that this color is perfect for the quiet bedroom. If desired, you can combine them with white, lavender and pink.
Magic and deep meditation with Ultra Violet
Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year – Caliente
Caliente AF-290 On the other hand, the trend color of the year 2018 is loud Benjamin Moore , A hot, powerful red nuance that expresses love and decisiveness. For self-confident women, but also willing-minded men who always know exactly what they want.
Trend color red: Passion and strength in one
It is a meaningful color that symbolizes passion, strength and change. However, you should be careful in the bedroom and not everything in the same color. Only an accent wall or rather bedding and home accessories in Caliente should be completely sufficient, otherwise your bedroom may seem too aggressive and dynamic. Such an ambience will not be able to assure you the proper relaxation and depth of rest and sleep.
Caliente in the bedroom only in moderation
Dulux color of the year is called Heart Wood
And finally comes Heart Wood from Dulux , Delicate and soothing, this trend color is just a dream for every bedroom. The color is so supple that you can immediately feel a cozy feeling and natural lightness at the same time. Heart Wood blends perfectly with Ultra Violet and any other color, making it perfect for any room in your home.
Below are 4 different variations of how to use Heart Wood in your own bedroom.
Create harmonious contrasts through successful color combinations
After sharing with you our three trendsetter favorites, we’d like to introduce you to some great color trends that can be used as bedroom colors to give your sleeping oasis more liveliness. Enjoy the great bedroom facilities in our picture gallery and be inspired by it!
Dark blue is the new gray
Anthracite on the walls, however, continues to provide a covered dose of mystery
Lighter lightness with pastel-like apricot
Pink is simply timeless as a bedroom color
Taupe and cappuccino soothe the senses and encourage falling asleep
For those of you who like boho style
And for those who just love gray…
A tribute to the eternal summer in the bedroom…