Bright and airy rooms heavy on white fresh paint might be all the rage right now, but a little color in your master bedroom can help create a serene oasis for you. Finding the right shade is important! Resting calmly, feeling at peace, regrouping after a long day is critical, especially in today’s world! Many of you ask for paint color advice and these are great color palates to get you going. Here are three colors to help make your master bedroom a standout space that you want to relax in.
Palladian Blue by Benjamin Moore: This soft blue with a hint of mother-of-pearl can subtly evoke the beach. Pair it with warm wood tones or wicker accents and elements that add texture, like a waffle-weave throw for your bed, in a nod to the coast.
Quiet Moments by Benjamin Moore: This light blue-gray shade channels soothing spa vibes. Its gray undertones help craft a perfect neutral backdrop to suit a range of styles. Add visual interest with gentle patterned curtains or a plush rug, and you can include deeper grays, as well. A lush potted plant, like a trendy fiddle-leaf fig or a low-maintenance snake plant, add to the zen feel.
Borrowed Light by Farrow & Ball: This pale blue alludes to summer skies without being overpowering. It’s a soft and classic color that sets the stage for a calming escape and works just as well with navy or deeper gray accents as it does with warmer wood tones or bright whites.
Whatever color you choose, make sure you test it on the walls in your room before you dive all-in. Get a sample and paint a swatch on your wall, and see how the color changes as the lighting changes in your room. Give it a day or two before committing, because you don’t want to paint all four walls before you realize the color isn’t exactly what you thought!
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