You must choose a color scheme that reflects your personality in your bedroom. If you are not able to decide what color schemes are reflecting you here are 30 ideas for your bedroom color schemes and combinations –
1. The beach vibe
This color scheme includes blue, white, and beige. All of this combined gives the perfect beach vibe. You can use blues in your bedding, whites on your walls, and beige in the furniture.
2. The shades of green
Green shades complement each other well, so don’t be afraid to blend light and dark, blue and yellow-based tones for a design that will brighten your room.
To go with this green motif, use strong botanical prints, but if you like a more delicate effect, opt for grey or blush pink bed linen. With these luscious greens, a delicate pink or perhaps a fiery fuchsia accent is appropriate.
3. Indigo and orange
Denim blues, which range from deep indigo to delicate chambray tints, go well with crisp whites and simple stripes for a relaxing, classic look. If you like a calm country vibe, classic stonewashed blues are your go-to color, as they provide the perfect backdrop for darker colors and plenty of tone-on-tone patterns. To add some brightness to these rich blues, add a large dose of sharp whites and a delicate orange accent.
4. White, black, and brown
White and black are the classics but if you throw in the brown it will just elevate your place and warm up your bedroom. It will provide all the coziness you need in your bedroom.
5. Navy with multi colors
Blue is one of the favorite colors to use in your bedroom but you can play with it using multi-colored bedding or different colored furniture to bring fun to your bedroom. If you have a fun personality this should be the color scheme for your bedroom.
6. Grey and the mints
The shift from white to soft mint isn’t too difficult for lovers of white walls. In the early light, this mild green is peaceful in a bedroom and offers a bright and cheerful tone that white can’t match. To provide weight and depth to a palette of softer tones, pair with flannel greys. In the modern-country environment, this calm, easy-going pattern looks fantastic.
7. Champagne and lavender
If you want a luxurious feel for your room, we think that champagne and lavender is the best choice for you. It makes your room look more lavish and sophisticated.
8. The pastels
Interior designers have been fans of pastel colors for quite some time and we agree with their choices. Pastel colors make your move live up instantly and also give a subtle and aesthetic vibe.
9. Charcoal grey
Stick to a tried-and-true color scheme. The grey-on-grey trend isn’t going anywhere. By stacking tones to create a design that appears coherent and thoughtful, you may explore the various depths of this color palette.
10. Brown and the whites
You can paint your walls in shades of brown to be specific more like the color of mocha. And you can add ivory color to the furniture and bedding. Your room will give a vibe that it is the best place to sit and have a cup of coffee and be relaxed.
11. Yellow for your bright personality
If you want a scheme that is full of sunny, happy sentiments, paint your bedroom yellow. With uplifting, mood-boosting primrose, any bedroom will seem bright and pleasant. It should ideally remind you of bright days. Yellow and grey are a fantastic color combination that complements each other beautifully.
12. Grey and yellow
When utilized as an accent color for subdued grey, the cheerful tones of yellow will shine. Try painting a focal wall or a fire surround to take the color palette one step farther than simply decorations and bedding.
To make your area feel luxurious, choose teal paint as the base color. Cabinets, closets, and a fireplace surround painted in the same color will blend in, but a headboard painted in a contrasting color would stand out.
14. White and grey
In a bedroom with a relaxing color palette of gentle gray and white, drift off to sleep peacefully. On the patterned wallpaper, the two colors blend seamlessly, while neutral furniture gives the space a light and airy atmosphere.
15. The tones from nature
With a blend of mild earth tones, you may create a sense of warmth and tranquillity in your home. The hues blend to create a neutral, yet striking, room, from the textured nightstand and wall art to the lush bedding.
16. Pink and subtle green
Pink and green, when used right, may give a bedroom a classic, timeless air. To maintain the color palette seeming appropriate for adults, use subdued greens (think sage or olive) and hardly even pinks (think blush or rose). If you’re decorating a child’s room, you can go bold.
17. Orange and the neutrals
Yes, you read that right orange and neutrals make a great combination. Think neutrals on the walls like beige or grey and orange for the furniture.
18. Green and white
Green is a relaxing hue that works well in a bedroom, especially when coupled with a neutral such as clean white. It’s particularly well-suited to midcentury modern or somber bedroom themes.
19. Maroon and gold
Consider pairing a rich maroon with gold accents for a glitzy color combination. Maroon is a somber color that looks well on a wall, on a rug, or in bedding. It has enough oomph to compete with other bright hues like gold or mustard yellow.
20. Wood and white
The wood prevents the white from feeling too stark and cold. A light wood tone works well to keep the space feeling bright and airy, but you also can go with darker stains for a more grounded feel.
21. Black and greys
If you want something sophisticated but at the same time something dark and monochrome. Black and greys are relaxing and at the same time, it gives a somber look.
22. Pink and gold
On its alone, a delicate pink might be too juvenile. It creates a stylish bedroom color scheme when matched with rich gold. The use of various tones of pink and gold enhances the design component, making this bedroom feel stylish while remaining peaceful.
23. Red, blue, and yellow
Because of their vibrancy, primary colors aren’t always simple to work with. However, when used in moderation, red, blue, and yellow may create a soothing color scheme for a bedroom. This color scheme works nicely in a bedroom if the wall and floor colors are comparable to avoid the room feeling overly color-blocked.
24. Orange and charcoal
A bedroom color combination of orange and charcoal isn’t for everyone. However, if you want things that are a little more daring, it may be a terrific pick. Use orange solely as a decorative element in the space, such as on your fabrics. Using charcoal as a rug is an excellent technique to ground the area. The basic white walls also serve to offset the vivid orange.
25. Blue and greys
Use a subdued gray and blue color palette for a relaxing, spa-like bedroom. Choosing tones that are similar to one other helps things blend together in the area, making it easier on the eyes. Adding some natural plants to your bedroom retreat is a great finishing touch.
26. Gray, black, and gold
Consider a combination of gray, black, and gold for a rich bedroom color scheme. Grays on the walls and on the bedding keep the room from seeming overly opulent. Using black and gold as accents instantly adds to the room’s grandeur.
27. Crimson and green
A lot of vivid red and green will make you think of Christmas. Deep red and rich forest green jewel tones, on the other hand, create a lush, opulent bedroom color palette. Gold accents complement this pair well, providing a classy and welcoming atmosphere.
28. Purple and charcoal
Purple tones, from peaceful lilacs to vibrant magentas and rich violets, may look great in a bedroom. The trick is to pair them with something neutral, like charcoal gray walls. The color palette of purples and charcoal seems regal and refined, and it’s ideal for darkening a space with a lot of natural light.
29. Brown and blue
The mix of brown and blue in the bedroom is a stunning option. Use gold accents to brighten the room and give it a contemporary feel.
30. Cream and rusty red
Cream and rusty red together will look good and is a unique combination as well.
These were some of the color combinations which you can use for your bedroom.