Reflective Moody Bedroom Colors
There are so many choices when it comes to bedroom colors. And using moody bedroom colors in the bedroom isn’t dull or depressing. These bedroom colors can be intense, reflective, dreamy or calming. Here are some examples of moody bedroom colors. Moody can mean capricious, so pair filmy with pale in an all-white or faded pastel bedroom for a light and playful ambiance. Simple muslin, voile or sheer silk curtains filter the light into a gauzy fairytale mood enhanced by muted color-washed or chalk-white walls. The texture of bedding and upholstery will absorb or reflect the light. Choose homespun fabrics for a country or shabby chic mood or watery, washed-out gleaming fabrics for faded elegance. A vintage iron bedstead looks right at home in this room but so does a spare Zen platform topped by a fluffy duvet or a hand-painted fourposter with columns of fabric swirled or knotted around each post. Wax-finished bare wood floors and a worn, soft-hued, hand-loomed carpet underscore the ethereal, cloud-like feel.
Or you can go with modern moody bedroom colors. Humor your apocalyptic leanings with stylish, dystopian gloom that blends unexpected materials and muted tones for a soulful, contemplative bedroom. Bare concrete walls and floor are industrial-chic when paired with a spare wood-and-metal bed frame, unadorned cement-colored chenille mattress cover, chrome and Lucite bedside tables and a reclaimed metal warehouse door. A moody, monastic room can be “softened” with a small, woven rubber or dark sheepskin rug, frosted glass clerestory windows to dilute daylight, a translucent “ghost” chair and a contemporary chandelier constructed of recycled metal and glass.