If your bedroom could use a quick touch up, consider embracing the colours of the season with a new room design. The top colours and looks for the bedroom this summer are natural tones—whether they be lush greens, colourful floral tones or tranquil blues reminiscent of the ocean. Whether you want to fully makeover the room or are just looking for some accent pieces, here’s some inspiration for introducing some of the top summer colours to your bedroom.
Try Some Natural Tones
One of the top colour palettes for a summer bedroom is one that evokes nature: greens, yellows and beige. This palette brings a sense of warmth and comes to life with touches of nature.
Here’s how you can style this colour palette for your summer bedroom. Begin with the beautiful Meadow bedding collection, which takes inspiration from colourful wildflowers. Consider adding an earthy bamboo floor mat to add some texture. A reclaimed-look display unit is a handsome addition thanks to its relatively neutral yet natural-looking appearance. Finally, you can’t have a nature-inspired room without plants. Stock some on the display unit and hang some nature-inspired wall art like this cactus painting.
A Simple Look with White and Blue
You can never go wrong when sticking to a single accent colour, and blue makes one of the best for a light and airy summer room. Start with Fun Line Chambray bedding paired with a blue Fabrizzi accent chair. Carrying on with the theme of light blues, consider a blue Elizabeth rod pocket panel that lets in the sun while still allowing for privacy. Finally, round out the room with some nice art. We love this garden-inspired painting for the colour palette, though this coral wall art would look great with darker blues.
A Flower Jubilee
There’s lots of colourful beauty in the summertime, so refresh your room with pink, red and blue. A multicolour palette featuring these bright colours evoke a beautiful garden that you’ll love waking up to. In fact, Garden Room bedding is our pick to anchor this colour palette. Pair the bedding with Topaz Organza pocket panels for a sheer pink accent. And speaking of accents, this Arlie ottoman comes in a handful of colours—either pink or blue would fit the theme. Finally, add a beautiful floral painting for the finishing touch.