While bedroom colours are usually neutral and calming, there’s a big step towards pops of colour in your sleeping space. In the fashion world, dopamine dressing (the idea that wearing colours makes you feel more positive) has been huge for a while, and the same theory works for bedrooms.
The fear is that you could completely overdo the colour in your bedroom so that becomes drenched rather than popping out. To prevent this, try choosing a coloured pieces of bedroom furniture – coloured headboards using sumptuous fabrics.
Of course, one of the most effective and cost effective ways of introducing a pop of colour is to use paint. Introduce contrasting colours of bedroom furniture, for example, a wall of fitted wardrobes in one block colour.
You could also add in layers to your bedroom design, mixing textures that add a pop of colour and tie in the aesthetic.
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