Bedroom interior in warm colors

 Bedroom interior in warm colors

The interior of the bedroom in warm colors can be soothing, and can be bright and memorable. About what palette can be used and in what style to decorate the room will be discussed in this article.

Features and matching colors

In addition to the standard color palette, designers use a variety of different shades. For example, you can often find a bedroom in coffee tones. Especially stylish is the shade of coffee with milk. Almost all brown gamma can be used as the main color. The exception is orange and red color. In large quantities, they can negatively affect the emotional state.

From the red gamut, pink pastel will suit as a base. Burgundy can be used in a contrasting combination with muted pink or pastel. The remaining shades of red are suitable for decoration.

Yellow and purple shades can be warm and cold, so they should be selected separately. The use of these colors as a basis for design is not recommended, as they can be annoying and depressing. They can be used as bright accents or in pastel shades.

Thus, the range of colors is quite wide and is not limited to red, beige or brown. Note that to create a complete and harmonious colors to the main palette, you need to add a little cold tone. As a rule, white appears in this role. If this is not done, a sense of cloying and unnaturalness may arise.

In addition, the color scheme can be:

  • monochrome - with a predominance of one or several close colors, for example, cream with beige;
  • contrast - based on a combination of several colors, sharply differing from each other in shade or intensity;
  • saturated - two or more different colors are used, but about the same intensity.

Now consider a few examples of different colors.

Let's start with the interior in a monochrome palette. The basis of the design is beige. In this color framed most of the surfaces: walls, floor and textiles beds. White and brown act as complementary accents.

The following design has a fairly rich palette consisting of red, yellow and red-brown. In this case, it is important to carefully choose the shades so that they harmoniously complement each other. In addition, you need to correctly place accents. In this case, it is a yellow pattern and edging on the curtains, furniture fittings of gold color, red-yellow screen behind the headboard.

The final interior is a prime example of a contrasting palette. Dark brown furniture and curtains stand out against the light walls. The decor is selected in the basic colors of the design and perfectly complements the furniture and decoration of the room. It should be noted that in such an interior it is necessary to add bright accents so that the design does not look boring. In this case, it is a color picture and greens of natural flowers.


Among the historical, ethnic and modern styles there are many who can be decorated in a warm range of colors.

Let's start with the historical.Natural colors are characteristic of the colonial style: yellow, sand, terracotta and green. For a romantic style inherent predominance of milky, cream, light brown and nutty colors. The use of burgundy, brown and milky colors is typical for interiors decorated in classicism, as well as in modern art deco.

Also, modernism will suit minimalism, since this style has no clear boundaries in the color palette. It is mainly characterized by the creation of space in the room due to the minimum of furniture and decor. Therefore, it can be decorated in any color.

For Art Nouveau cream-chocolate gamma and green are typical. The latter can play the role of those small cold accents that should balance a warm palette. In warm colors, the interior will look good in Japanese and Oriental style. The main interior palette is in red-brown tones.

The predominance of warm colors in furniture and decor is also characteristic of the Russian style:

  • wooden furniture;
  • various national patterns, for example, Khokhloma with an abundance of red;
  • textiles with red embroidery;
  • gold samovars.

Finishing options

Finishing depends on the chosen style. Classic, romanticism, art deco and oriental style are embodied with the help of wallpaper and their combinations with painted walls. Japanese style and minimalism suggest plain painted walls. Some styles such as classic, art deco or romanticism make it possible to use stucco moldings and moldings on the walls and ceiling.

Practically all styles assume a wooden floor covering. In the modern interior the floor can be not only wooden, but also covered with floor tiles or carpet. The latter will be quite appropriate for the bedroom.

Almost all styles involve the active use of wood in furniture and decoration. But for some (art deco, minimalism or modern) metal and glass objects can be used. For example, a table with a glass top on metal legs or a metal frame for a mirror.

Furniture and bright accents

Furniture as well as the finish is selected on the basis of the chosen design style. Bright accents in the interior are created by the decor, which also depends on the design style. For classic interiors, it is carved wooden furniture with textile upholstery, curtains and curtains of thick fabric, decorative bedspreads and pillows.

Textiles can also be used to decorate a headboard or canopy. This is especially characteristic of the romantic style. Bright accents in such interiors are created by curtains, pillows, bedspreads, paintings, moldings or decorative vases with bouquets of flowers.

For design in ethnic style it is necessary to use furniture with national features. Japanese is characterized by simple furniture with straight lines and corners. Furniture in oriental style, as a rule, is decorated with carvings with national ornaments. Japanese-style decor consists mainly of bright bed linen, national graphics on the walls, vases with dried flowers, or miniature bansai trees. Oriental - is characterized by national ornaments on textiles and furniture, design of walls and headboards with cloth, various national objects (chests, decorative plates on the walls, stylized table lamps and chandeliers).

Minimalism assumes pieces of furniture of simple geometric shape without any decorative methods. This style requires a minimum of decor, so the role of bright accents is most often performed by bedding or a few decorative items (empty vases, discreet panels or table lamps without a lampshade and florid lines).

Furniture in the art-deco and modern style can be the most unusual and fanciful form. For these styles, the furniture itself is already an element of decor. An art deco bed often has a high soft headboard, and modern curtains are characterized by smooth curved or interwoven lines. Art deco is also characterized by the use of other expressive objects (original panels, crystal chandeliers, mirrors, etc.).

Note that a distinctive feature of the style is the combination of all these objects in one interior.


In the bedroom, lighting plays a special role. Firstly, almost every functional zone of it requires its own local light:

  • headboard or bedside tables;
  • dressing table;
  • closet or dressing room;
  • workplace.

With the help of light, you can create a cozy, soothing atmosphere. Secondly, decorative lighting will help to create an original design. So, with the help of additional lighting, you can select certain decorative elements, balance the dark color of the furniture or decoration, as well as create a separate element of the decor.

Ideas for a cozy interior design

Now consider some interesting designs in warm colors.

Let's start with a rich oriental interior. Its base is dark brown. It is balanced with light-colored furniture, white carpet and linens, as well as an abundance of natural daylight. The saturation of the palette gives red color to the cushions, the chandeliers and the floor lamp. As in most oriental interiors, the room is decorated with various objects of decor: a bas-relief above the bed, stylized table lamps, an ornament on the curtains, a picture, a statuette, and bright decorative pillows.

In warm colors you can make the bedroom in the Scandinavian style. The main color is a pleasant shade of coffee with milk. It harmoniously complements the wood furniture and textiles calm yellow. And the white color of bed linen, windows and baseboards dilutes the warm gamut and brings a little contrast.

Another ethnic interior is made in the Japanese style. Traditional dark brown gamma is compensated by a light floor, white upholstery, bright lighting and light decor elements. Orange textiles and green plants enliven the interior.

In conclusion, consider a light interior with yellow accents.The combination of several shades of yellow and beige create a multi-faceted palette that looks amazingly easy. And an abundance of textiles and upholstered furniture creates comfort.

Information provided for reference purposes. For construction issues, always consult a specialist.

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