Purple Bedroom Decorating Ideas

Your bedroom is your very private part of your entire house. It is not normally visited by your many guests except your close ones. Your bedroom should be heaven on earth for you. The color of the bedroom is an important ingredient in adding desired beauty to your room. The color choice of the bedroom varies from person to person and if you choose the color purple for your bedroom, you are adding a new whole dimension to your bedroom.

The color purple is relaxing, soothing and comfortable. The color purple can provide peace of mind. Purple is a strong color and it will not lose its character if combined with other colors. Purple is a color for people who love challenges in decorating their home. Purple can have the tendency to absorb light and look too heavy, but if used the right way, it can look wonderfully rich. Moreover, purple has real power to make a statement.

Use light, neutral colors, such as white or cream to balance the intensity of purple. For example, you can create an accent wall by painting one wall in deep purple and choose a lighter, neutral color on the surrounding walls.

For the furniture, use furniture in contrast with the wall colors. You can mix purple furnishings with light neutral walls and floors. Also black and white can create contrast to purple. Use black and white tiles for the floor and mix them with purple furnishings. Moreover, a classic color combination is purple and silver. You can decorate your purple room with silver accessories such as light fittings, door handles, mirror and picture frames.

Curtains are also a complementary part in your purple-themed bedroom. For example, if you have purple paint on your walls, choose white curtains or any other soft color to make a striking contrast with the walls.

For the floor, get purple rugs and place them in centre, and get purple-colored lamps and place them on your side tables.

You can visualize your desired decoration by grasping muse from the following photographs.

Purple Bedroom Decorating Ideas

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