If you are thinking about changing the colour of your bedroom this season, go for it! Never has there been more option or more freedom than the likes of that which we are seeing in décor trends right now. With the main bent of décor in 2011 being about personalization, you can rest assured that whatever you do, as long as you do it with an eye for colour, tastefully and in full representation of yourself, you can’t really go wrong!
That being said, there are always particular colours that make it to the top of the list each season. If you are a cool colour person, you will be pleased to know that at the top of 2011’s cool colour list are both Purple and Grey or Silver. But of course decking out an entire room in purple or silver is going to end up mostly looking gaudy, so here, for your decorating convenience, are some of the top cool colour combinations doing the rounds for bedroom décor this season!
Purple and White
Purple and White are a fantastic cool colour combination for the bedroom. Purple is soft and tranquil and white is a proven winner when it comes to creating a peaceful environment in which to sleep. This season sees the cool purple shades of lavender coming into favour over the warmer plum shades of last year. Using a colour combination of purple and white for your bedroom décor, will leave your room feeling peaceful and clean. But make sure to evenly balance the colour and keep your whites bright!
Purple and Silver
Purple and silver are another top cool colour combination for 2011’s bedroom décor! More regal than plain white, silver brings a little ostentation into the look. If you are going for a really luxurious look, then use this cool colour combination. A great ideas would be to use a brighter silver as your base with either deep purple or a soft lavender purple, and unless you are going for a very intimate and closed feel, avoid too much of the darker silver tones.
Silver and White
Here again we see silver being used in combination with a beautiful clean white. This cool colour combination is exceptionally elegant when done right. It’s important to note that to really work this combo, the walls should be silver and the furniture white with silver accents, otherwise it just doesn’t look quite right!