Four Eye Catching Colors for Small Bedroom Walls

Four Eye Catching Colors for Small Bedroom Walls
Some demographic segments have started losing interest in having a large house with a big yard in the suburbs. Millennials have much different taste than their parents. This makes them prefer urban areas, where residential space is generally somewhat small. With less spacious houses and apartments come smaller bedrooms. That’s why having eye catching wall colors for your bedroom will give you a serene space with a better feel, compensating for an otherwise smaller space. Let’s list and explain four eye catching colors for small bedroom walls.

Neutral palette Having a neutral palette of off-whites will not only come across as soothing, but it will open up your small bedroom, along with brightening it. Set the base by using beige and tones of cream to vary the colors. Natural elements and textured fabrics will give depth within the color scheme and make the otherwise colorless space interesting. If you want, you may insert pops of your favorite color, for added visual appeal throughout the space.

Shade of greens Use shades of green for your bedroom walls, if you want a touch of nature in your bedroom. Reflective, crisp and bright shades of green are the best, if you miss having a yard. Such shades are spirit elevating. Adding accents and art in your room will require you to choose terracotta, cream or brown shades, to keep the color scheme natural.

Mediterranean blue For a soothing sleeping ambiance, deep Mediterranean blue works. (The ceiling has to be white.) This color can be reiterated as part of a pattern or as a main color in the fabrics used for the room’s décor. If you use the color in this way, the walls do not take center stage, but tend to fade into the background, creating a space with no end and no beginning (i.e., a unified space).

Dark Brown To warm up your small bedroom space, don’t hesitate to choose dark colors, if you like them. A smooth coat of a dark brown shade, like coffee bean or espresso, can be applied with a texture, like a suede finish; this will add interest to the walls. In the fabrics, art and accents, using tones of beige, pale blue and cream will give a sophisticated look.