Warm Bedroom Colors
Warm bedroom colors are made with orange, red, yellow and combinations of them all. As the name indicates, they tend to make you think of sunlight and heat. Warm colors look as though they come closer, or advance (as do dark colors), which is why they’re often used to make large rooms look cozier. If you have a huge bedroom that you want to look more intimate try painting a warm color such as terra cotta or brown to make it feel cozier. Below are other warm colors that you can apply for your bedroom
Modern Warm Bedroom
Warm Bedroom Colors Options
Warm Bedroom Colors
Copper – This earthy orange color looks great when paired with accents of gray blue and cream. This color scheme is overall dark and is best used with a bedroom that has a lot of space. Attic bedrooms, rooms with vaulted ceilings and large windows are more appropriate for this color scheme than smaller bedrooms.
Warm Gold Bedroom
Soft Gold – Soft gold is a cheerful color that works well for children’s bedrooms and nurseries as well as adult bedrooms. Soft gold can be paired well with sage green, light blue or even powder pink, depending on the tastes of the occupant. Be wary of using gold paint in a room that sees an excess of day light, as yellow can be a little overwhelming when lit up in the sun.
Warm Bedroom Decorating Ideas
Warm Brown – This color works especially well in bedrooms that have been decorated with hardwood furniture and accessories made from natural materials. Warm browns can have overtones of red, yellow or orange. In order to prevent this color from becoming too dark and oppressive, use cream or even white as an accent color.
Warm Bedroom in Red and Yellow
Burgundy – This stately color is more commonly used in dining rooms and living rooms, and rooms that have a more formal atmosphere. However, burgundy adds a nice touch to bedrooms when used in small amounts. Pair this color with warm browns for a more laid back look.
Warm Trendy Bedroom Color
The warm colors on the color wheel are red, yellow and orange. Warm bedroom colors are associated with heat, energy and passion. Brighter, saturated versions of warm colors, such as lemon yellow, tomato red and marigold orange are usually avoided in bedrooms because these colors are too overwhelming in rooms where you are expected to sleep and relax. However, softer and more muted versions of these colors can be used to create an intimate, cozy space.