Top 10 Popular Bedroom Colour Combinations 2018

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by Daniel Law - August 13, 2018

Believe it or not, the colours in your bedroom has a significant impact on you. It plays an important role in bringing personality and life into the room. It sets the mood for when you wake up in the early morning and when you fall asleep late at night. It also reflects who you are as a person, what you do, how you do it and why you do it. However, you shouldn’t have to rack your brains out trying to pick the perfect colour combination for your bedroom. We’ve saved you the trouble and compiled the 10 most popular bedroom colour combinations in 2018.

1. Crisp White and Blue Cadet

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This combination works exceptionally well for bedrooms that are exposed to a lot of natural light. The Blue Cadet radiates a cool sea breeze feel in the bedroom. This is further enhanced by a sense of calmness and relaxation that is accentuated by the natural sunlight in the morning as you wake up. Toss in some decor in a trendy panache of grey and your bedroom will achieve a more elegant and modern look. If you would like to bring some life into your bedroom, try adding a few touches of yellow or green to the room for contrast.

2. Tranquil Bay Blue and Ultra Violet

ultra violet bed

It is only fitting that Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2018, Ultra Violet, should be used for your bedroom’s interior colour. It is a daring and bold colour that makes a statement at first sight. This is balanced by a soft Tranquil Bay Blue to give a neutral feel to the room that is no longer overpowered by the feminine purple in the Ultra Violet. The reason why Tranquil Bay Blue and Ultra Violet works so well together is that they are analogous colours. This means that they are directly next to one another on the colour chart, making it an alluring colour scheme when combined together.

3. Dandelion Yellow and Vivid White

Dandelion Yellow and Vivid White

Another fantastic 2018 interior colour combination for your bedroom that has gained major attraction is Dandelion Yellow and Vivid White. Pairing the buttery yellow colour with a creamy white will generate an airy and soothing atmosphere. Avoid contrasting it with a dark-tone grey or blue and leave it behind in 2017. Dandelion Yellow is an easy colour to work with. You can choose to combine it with a touch of light bronze or a shade of dark brown for extra character. However, you should avoid adding too much colour and allow the Dandelion Yellow to be the main centrepiece.

4. Soft Fresco Green, Bondi Blue and Sir Edmund Navy

Soft Fresco Green, Bondi Blue and Sir Edmund Navy

You can’t go wrong with these three colour combination for your bedroom interior in 2018. The blend of both radiant and strong colour works well without being too overwhelming when you enter the room. By keeping the furnishings in the bedroom to a minimal, it provides a sense of serene despite the brightness that is emanated by the Soft Fresco Green. The interesting mix of colours will allow you to adopt a new and vibrant perspective in life.

5. Hildegard Grey, Red Ochre and Reddy Brown

Soft Fresco Green, Bondi Blue and Sir Edmund Navy

A splash of Hildegard Grey, Red Ochre and Reddy Brown presents a neutral and cozy bedroom that is suitable for anyone at any age. It’s no wonder that it has been a big hit in 2018. People often think of grey as a boring colour. However, combined with the right mesh of colours, can bring out the energy in any room. The Reddy Brown and the Hildegard Grey strikes a perfect balance in your bedroom between a relaxing and industrious look.

6. Spanish Olive, Gnu Tan Brown and Crystal Palace Beige

Spanish Olive, Gnu Tan Brown and Crystal Palace Beige

If you prefer to keep things cheerful without all the bold and bright colours, try these three colour combination. This palette of colour creates a calm and charming atmosphere in the bedroom. Add some neutral colour decor and furnishes to the room for a complete look. As much as it is tempting to keep your favourite colours in the bedroom, try to avoid using any exciting colours that would stand out like a sore thumb.

7. Snowy Mountains Half White, Dieskau Grey and Noble Knight Navy

Snowy Mountains Half White, Dieskau Grey and Noble Knight Navy

This is our personal favourite interior colour combination for any bedroom in 2018. The natural tones of the Dieskau Grey and Snowy Mountains Half White emits a very modern and contemporary feel in the bedroom. The elegance of the interior is exemplified by the balance between the Snowy Mountains Half White and the cool hue of Noble Knight Blue. To give the bedroom a little bit more personality, incorporate a timber furniture finish to lend a vintage tone.

8. Natural White, Maiko Pink and Time Capsule Brown

Natural White, Maiko Pink and Time Capsule Brown

The colour palette offered by these three colours is beautifully harmonious for a bedroom while giving off a sense of freedom. The pleasant Natural White balances with the warm tones of the Time Capsule Brown and Maiko Pink. If you are aiming for a contemporary and trending colour scheme for your bedroom interior, these three colours are the way to go.

9. Goyder Green and Amazon Queen Olive

Goyder Green and Amazon Queen Olive

Dare to mix and match a classic pale green look with an opulent style? These two vibrant colours present a classic and modern feel to the bedroom. This new colour trend is designed to give you a luxurious feel given off by the Amazon Queen Olive while enjoying a calm tone from the Goyder Green. The deeper-hue tones from both colours present an aura of timelessness.

10. Forbidden Forest Green, Bronze Essence and Bruised Burgundy

Forbidden Forest Green, Bronze Essence and Bruised Burgundy

We finish off the 2018 bedroom colour combination list with a blend of dark precious jewel tones that works extremely well with one another. It delivers a luxurious feel to the bedroom. This sense of luxury is further illuminated by the dark velvets and fabrics of the furniture in the room. Feel free to add a bit of metallic into the mix to make a strong statement.

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