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The Best Bedroom Colour to get More Sleep Now

The bedroom is your sleeping sanctuary, a place full of serenity that should promote a soothing and tranquil atmosphere. A quick and affordable way to achieve a calm ambience in your room is through colour.


Never underestimate the power of colour, as it plays a key role on our emotion. This is especially important to consider when deciding the best bedroom colour for your sleep.

Step into the New Year feeling energised, rested and relaxed by colouring your bedroom in these top soothing colour schemes.

1. Green
Green is an excellent colour scheme for your bedroom. Because it has warm and cool elements, there are a variety of shades to choose from. Green can be seen in our parks, forests and gardens.

When applying the right shade, a green bedroom can create a natural and soothing sleeping space. It is recommended to avoid bright shades of green and instead opt for soft or deep shades. For the best bedroom vibes, match a green coloured bedroom with white, ivory or earthy toned sheets.

 

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2. Pale Blue
Pale blue is hands down the best colour for sleep. Experts say blue slows the heart rate and reduce blood pressure, the perfect colour for a good night’s rest. To add warmth to a blue room, add yellow and to keep it cool add grey. If you’re not brave enough to paint your walls, try adding blue bedding instead. Say good bye to stress and hello to a peaceful night’s sleep.

 

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(Picture credit: www.dulux.com.au)

3. Lavender
Lavender has a calming blue base and a great hue for your bedroom. Lavender brings balance, inner peace and can reduce anxiety. Try avoiding a shade with too much black in it and instead choose soft shades. To create a soothing adult retreat, pair lavender walls with grey or dark coloured sheets and enjoy your stress reducing sanctuary.

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4. Grey
Don’t be surprised to see grey on the list. Some may think this colour in the bedroom is dull and depressing, reminding you of a moody cloudy day. However, the right shade of grey can create a relaxing and calming ambiance. It’s a neutral colour making it perfect to match any colour palette.


Navy blue, teal or even a soft pink bedding paired with cool grey walls create an elegant colour scheme with the added bonus of extra zzz’s.

 

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5. Deep Blue
Deep blue, the colour of our oceans, is a breathtaking shade which create deep calming vibes. A blue bedroom has healing, calming and refreshing vibes the perfect mix for a good night’s sleep. As deep blues are rich in colour, go for white, ivory and grey bedding to neutralise the space. Blue is said to reduce blood pressure and slow your heart rate, so why not give your bedroom a makeover and see how your sleep improves.

 

 

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For a good night’s rest, paint your bedroom walls in green, pale blue, lavender, grey or deep blue.

For the ultimate sleep match your freshly painted bedroom with soft, breathable and organic sheets in a complementing colour. You won’t regret it.

Will you try painting your bedroom one of these colours? What colour is your favourite?

 

Guest blog post by Jasmine Milojevic from https://www.mrcolour.com.au/


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