Here’s your guide to making pops of pastel colours the language of your dreamy bedroom!
Pastel shades are gaining popularity recently because of their tranquil vibe and soothing appeal. These colour palettes make your bedroom look spacious, have a calming effect on your mind, and are Vastu-approved too, making them perfect for bedroom interiors. The ample white mix in pastel colours makes the space look tranquil yet maintains the colourful personality and vibrant aura that cheers you up every time you enter your room.
So, get ready to revive your sleep cycle and enjoy a relaxing bedtime experience with these trendy pastel colour bedroom ideas. We bet you cannot resist replicating them in your home right away. Without further ado, let’s get started with some popular pastel bedroom colour schemes for you.
A Pastel Blue Bedroom Perfect For Your Munchkin
Blue is a soothing colour that adds to the playfulness of your kids’ room. This kids’ bedroom in Sumadhara Nandanam, Bengaluru, is designed in an all-blue colour scheme for a vibrant look. The textured wall paint colour matches the wardrobe laminate beautifully. Meanwhile, the white headboard and side table break the monotony and bring an aesthetic balance. We also added a study unit with box cabinets matching the wardrobe to maintain continuity. This pastel blue bedroom is all you need to bring a smile to your kid’s face.
Pastel Yellow Bedroom Ideas For Guests
Infuse a splash of spring into your guest bedroom with a pastel yellow accent wall. Take for example this guest bedroom that our experts designed in a home at Assetz 63 Degree East in Bengaluru. You can accentuate the space with an extended headboard in pistachio green and white. The wardrobe in wood-like laminates has ample storage space. The small study setup adds functionality and turns the room into a comfortable home office or kid’s study when guests aren’t around.
Dual Shades For His And Her Section In The Kids’ Room
Our team designed this bedroom in Mumbai’s Crescent Bay to cater to both the kids of our clients. The headboards in blue and pink demarcate their spaces beautifully. The study table with a wall-mounted storage unit helps them study with full concentration. We added an anti-skid rug on the floor to avoid accidents and add comfort. This dual pastel colour bedroom idea will come in handy for families with two kids.
Pastel Pink And Blue Will Make Your Bedroom Come Alive
When thinking of pretty pastel colours, you can’t ignore pink and blue. These two colours compliment each other beautifully and bring out the best of your bedroom interiors. While half of the wall in this bedroom is painted in light pink, the other half of the wall, the blanket and curtains are popped up with vibrant blue. Adding a box shelf in between provides extra storage space. The grey bed and white side tables match the modular wardrobe while lending a sense of warmth to the interiors. The metallic side lamp and indoor plants add an elegant touch to this stunning pastel bedroom.
An Elegant Pastel Bedroom Colour Schemes For The Master Bedroom
If you want a pastel bedroom but want to avoid typical pastel shades like pink, purple or mint green, opt for some neutral-toned pastel bedroom colours like beige or ivory white. They have a refined touch and bring a royal feel to your room. A horizontally-extended headboard in ebony finish laminates, a book cabinet and a wardrobe with mirrors and a laminated front are all you need to complete the look. Ivory or beige go well with brown and lend an old-world charm too.
Artistic Pastel Wallpaper For Bedrooms
If quintessential pastel colours like baby pink, mauve or sky blue feel too mainstream for you, opt for an accent wall with an ornately printed wallpaper in pistachio green. This aesthetic pastel bedroom lends a tropical vibe and artistic look too. The wardrobe with tinted glass is placed right opposite the window for natural reflection. You can also install a decorative mirror and chandelier to complete the look. The off-white headboard creates a contrast against the pastel wallpaper, while the black bedcover and lampshades create a bold statement.
Pastel Colour Bedroom Ideas For A Holiday Vibe
Is your heart craving a beach vacation? Well, pastel shades of sea green on the walls can satiate your wanderlust considerably. The pastel green bedroom walls and the painting of waves add an edge to the beach-themed interiors. The bed in light wood laminates matches the wardrobe and study nook, creating a soothing aura while adding functionality. You can add a yellow book cabinet with open shelves beside the study nook for a vibrant pop and extra storage space.
Pastel Peach Bedroom Interiors With Metallic Accessories
Peach and turquoise blue are some of the most popular combinations for pastel bedrooms. While the peach wallpaper, cushion covers and throws lend a breezy vibe to the space, the turquoise headboard and ottoman add vibrance to the soothing setup. We added a modular wardrobe with a tinted glass front for an elegant touch. To add layers to the bedroom interiors, opt for a carpet in light mauve. Use decorative artefacts, light fixtures and wall pieces to dazzle up the muted pastel walls and lend a luxe appeal.
A Pastel Purple Bedroom For Kids With A Chalkboard Wall
We designed this kids’ bedroom with the Pantone colour of 2022 — Very Peri. This purple shade has the perfect mix of blue with a red undertone, making it one of a kind. The accent wall features Very Peri panelling on one side. We installed a chalkboard wall on the other half to let your kids unleash their creativity. The bunker bed in white and a matching study table with Very Peri laminate drawers utilise the space beautifully while matching with the pastel colour scheme. This kids’ bedroom is designed thoughtfully to cater to all the needs of your little ones while creating a positive impact on their minds through a soothing pastel colour scheme.
Highlight Your Pastel Pink Bedroom With A Pop Of Lilac
A simple pastel bedroom with no decor can often end up looking dull. So, to jazz up the space, opt for some vibrant accessories. Here, we used pastel pink for the bedroom wall that has some silver patterns. The silver wall mirror and hanging crystal ring chandelier elevate the style game. To create a striking contrast, opt for a lilac or mauve comforter, cushion covers and curtains. This will complement your pastel pink bedroom walls beautifully. The wardrobe comes with modular storage spaces, upper cabinets and an attached dresser unit with a pull-out seater.
Let Your Kids Enjoy A Pastel Rainbow Bedroom Design
This bedroom reflects a rainbow vibe through its colourful palette. Though pastel pink, yellow and white are the predominant colours in this bedroom, the subtle touches of green, blue, grey and orange add to the playfulness of the space. The bedroom features lots of smart space-saving furniture to house toys and other knick-knacks. Don’t miss the bed storage, wardrobe with study pull-out and side bench with box storage. These leave ample floor space for your kids to play around. Pastel shades make the room look bigger so make use of these pretty colours to turn your kids’ room into a fun paradise.
Pastel Colour Bedroom Accessories For White Walls
You don’t always have to paint the wall in pastel colours to ace your pastel bedroom design. You can even lend a pastel hue to your white bedroom with accessories. In this bedroom, we used wall art in pastel shades and a matching coloured wardrobe in Duco finish to add a pop of pastel to the room. The white and turquoise create a playful vibe, while the red blanket acts as a catalyst to stir up the romantic quotient of this cosy bedroom.
Dos and don’ts to remember when you opt for a pastel bedroom:
- Don’t go overboard with matching all your interiors. This will make the room look monotonous.
- Pep up your pastel bedroom walls with some metallic accents for a dazzling look.
- Dress the window with dark curtains. This will compensate for the muted pastel walls.
- If you like dark colours, you can go for a dark accent wall and balance it with a lighter pastel shade on the other walls.
- Try infusing a pastel tone in your bedroom through decor elements like an accent chair, laminates or bed covers for a subtle makeover.
- You can also lend a pastel touch to your bedroom through indoor plants and seasonal flowers in pastel shades.
- Select pendant lights or chandeliers with a pastel tint for a pretty hue in your bedroom.
Love what you see? Now you can replicate these beautiful pastel bedrooms in your home too. Book a free consultation with us today, and our expert designers will help you with modern home interiors that are personalised to your preferences and lifestyle. You can also visit a DesignCafe Experience Centre near you to have a look at our modular design concepts and talk to our designers directly.
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