Choosing a bed colour goes beyond aesthetics; it’s a reflection of your personality and the vibes you want to create in your personal space.
In fact, choosing the right bed colour can positively impact your mood.
Mood aside, whether you opt for calming blues or earthy greens, the colour you choose also says a lot about you.
Here’s what your bed colour choice says about your personality.
Blue Bed Colours: The Relaxed One
People link blue colours with calmness – so if you’re drawn to a blue bedroom, you’re likely someone who values peace in their personal space. It’s a colour that helps you relax after a long day.
Pink & Red Bed Colours: The Cosy Type
Warm colours like the Dusky Rose or Pink Clay make spaces feel cosy and welcoming. If that’s your pick, you’re someone who enjoys a positive and snug environment. It’s about creating a space where everyone feels at home.
Neutral Bed Colours: The Straightforward Thinker
Preferring neutral colours suggests you like to keep things clear-cut. Neutrals are for those who like their space neat and without too much fuss. A tidy room can also mean a tidy mind, where you can relax and think.
Green Bed Colours: The Nature Lover
If you’re into greens, you’re probably someone who loves nature. Choosing green suggests you enjoy the calming vibes of the outdoors and want to bring a bit of that inside. It’s a colour that feels fresh and connected to nature.
Every colour has its story, and the shade you pick for your bed can say a lot about your preferences.
Check out Ecosa’s full bed frame range to find a colour that matches both your room and your vibe.
Bed Colours That Promote Sleep
Colours can affect how we feel and sleep. If you want better sleep, consider calming colours for your bedroom. Here are some colours that are known to help with sleep:
- Blue: Blue is calming. It reminds many of the sky or the ocean, and it’s said to even help lower stress.
- Green: Green is also calming, like nature. It can help make a bedroom feel more restful.
- Soft Grey: A light grey can give a quiet feel to a room.
- Pale Yellow: A soft yellow can make a room feel cosy without being too bright.
- Lavender: A light purple lavender can help reduce stress. It’s a colour (and a plant) often linked to relaxation.
- Soft Pink: A light pink is calming and can make a room feel comfortable.
- Beige or Taupe: These are simple colours that can help a room feel calm.
Remember, pick a colour that you like and find calming. And think about other things too, like your bedding and bedroom accessories, to make your space perfect for sleep.
Bed Colours FAQs
How do I choose the right bed colour for my room?
Consider both your personal preferences and the existing colours in your room. Think about the mood you want to create. For calmness, go for blues; for warmth, consider pinks or reds. Always opt for something that resonates with you.
Can you mix and match the bed head with the bed frame base?
Absolutely. Our range gives you the freedom to mix things up. You can pair any bedhead with our Breeze base, which comes in a choice of 16 colours. So, whether you’re going for a cohesive look or fancy a bit of contrast, we’ve got you covered.
How often should you change your bed colour to keep your room feeling fresh?
The beauty of bedroom decor is its flexibility. While there’s no fixed rule on how often you should change your bed colour, many interior designers suggest updating room accents every 3-5 years to keep spaces feeling modern and fresh.