Explore our dark bedroom ideas that feel stylish, elegant and totally right for sleeping in
It’s always considered to be adventurous to explore the dark side. But when it comes to bedroom decor, how adventurous are you? Perhaps you may think that homeowners with a dark bedroom are only audacious to use dark shades to highlight their room. That’s not true. Those homeowners are creative too. If you’re ready to bid adieu to your obsession with pastels and are willing to dare, let us introduce you to your next interior obsession: a dark bedroom.
From moody dark walls to chic modern decor, the possibilities for a designer dark bedroom are unending. Bedrooms with dark colour palettes are not only cosy but are also bold and versatile. Some dark shades like black, navy, emerald green and teal are mostly preferred these days for background colours to create that distinctive dark interior bedroom. Are you ready to explore? Here are some excellent options.
Fusion Fun: Dark And Light Colour Combination For Bedroom
Are you a risk-averse homeowner? If you’re new to the idea of a dark interior bedroom, this is an excellent choice for you. By integrating both dark and light colours in your bedroom, you can balance the nuances of a dark bedroom exquisitely, which looks and feels both warm and inviting. This also ensures you’re not getting too experimental, especially if you’ve just ditched cutesy pastels or your sophisticated white and beige to design a distinguishing dark bedroom.
Smoky Greys: Dark Grey Bedrooms Add Warm Ambient Lighting
Dark bedrooms are undoubtedly a major trend today, and by ‘dark’, we don’t mean only black (though black is fashionable too). If you want to avoid black and are looking at softer versions, then dark grey is a great colour to start with. You can bring sophistication and chic to the walls by mounting some paintings or gold accessories to give your dark bedroom a dramatic twist.
Deep Pine: Dark Green Feature Wall Bedroom Has A Sense Of Glamour
Emerald tones are alluring to the eye, which instantly illuminates a space, especially in a dark bedroom. If you deck it up with gold accessories, this dark green bedroom scheme enriches the concept of room decor. Another way to embrace greens into your dark bedroom interiors is by pairing them with other colours like green-brown and green-white that ultimately cultivates an artistic flavour into your new green scheme.
Moulding Mania: Wall Mouldings Are Soothers In A Dark Bedroom Design
Mouldings on the wall topping the trend list accentuate the look and feel of any dark bedroom effortlessly. It doesn’t matter what colour you decide to paint your walls; moulding is one of the most stimulating interior design techniques that work well in dark bedroom interiors. The myth about dark colours making spaces appear small is busted here – the mouldings give a high-gloss sheen that visually expands a small room. Add a pop of brass accents here and there, and your dark bedroom is all set for a good night’s sleep.
The Bohemian Beat: Dark Cosy Bedrooms Are A Tranquil Haven
If your heart beats for everything bohemian, here’s a dark twist to it. The dark bedroom design keeping bohemian decor in mind can be over and less dramatic at the same time. Bring together eclectic art, lots of rugs, the brick wall and plenty of wood. The macramé and wicker accessories don’t fail to appear in a dark bohemian bedroom – making your dark bedroom quintessentially bohemian!
Inherently Romantic: Marooned In A Passionate Dark Bedroom
The maroon colour also symbolises ambition and confidence. It leads with great enthusiasm, and if you’re looking at adding pep to your dark bedroom – here’s the perfect colour. A dark maroon feature wall accented with mirrors, golden hanging lamps, or even natural elements like plants crafts a rich, splendid feeling. You can either use it in small doses or paint the entire walls fearlessly in maroon.
Are you feeling inspired to paint your room in this incredibly passionate colour maroon? But we also have plenty of other fantastic interior ideas that we can’t wait to share with you. Allow us to help you with all your home interior issues. Talk to our experts at DesignCafe, or book your appointments to visit our experience centres in Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
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