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30 Buoyant Blue Bedrooms That Add Tranquility and Calm to Your Sleeping Space

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Signifying security and calm, blue is everyone’s favourite colour. Unconfrontational and ever so mellow, it reminds of the gently rolling sea, beach holidays and the stillness of the world’s most beautiful lakes. These 30 bedrooms use blue to create spaces that infuse tranquillity and calm into your downtime. Whether you’re colouring in bright turquoise, royal or pastel baby blues; colouring your whole bedroom blue or simply painting a lintel; you’ll notice the feeling of calmness the hue brings to an interior. Take a gander through our collection of beautiful blue bedrooms, to see how pieces in this cooler shade could work in your next sleeping space.

Many blues combine to make this bedroom come together. Fronted by a greyscale oil abstract, mid-blue walls combine with a turquoise floor and teal cushions for deep sea exploration. Pops of white, grey and purple show themselves in desks, bedding and a rug, giving the room’s intense colours room to breathe.

Feel like a princess, in a blue and green bedroom. A chiffon canopy overlays this French-headboarded bed, while a strip of frog green stripes over the top. Simple white bedroom tables and a lightly-embroidered bedspread add to the feeling of serenity. A tropical pillow atop brings it all together.

Build a blue and yellow bedroom that’s devilishly serene. The light teals of this boudoir cover walls, door frames and corridors, while light wooden flooring reminds of a beach house. White and a potted plant provide light, as a desk chair acts as an eye-catching feature.

Only have a small room? Use white, LEDs and lighter blues to create space. A sky-hued wall heads up white shelves and a striped wardrobe, while a turquoise duvet intersperses more white. A deep blue curtain frames the space.

Ditch sea blues for more regal colouring. The powder blue wall in this modern couple’s space works well with an almost-charcoal duvet and multi-tone spiral print. Patterns in the vanity chair and rug add points of interest, whilst large swathes of white ensure blue doesn’t dominate.

Love blue in its many shades? Think about smarter colour combinations. This bedroom paints a ceiling ledge and one wall turquoise, using baby blue in stripes beside beige blocks. A denim blue circular rug, striped pillows and darker books create an eclectic space.

Make a splash with neon blue. White and light wood complement this modern bedroom perfectly, as bright blue covers a wall, book shelves and a bed. Wide windows, concrete floors and lots of space construct a room that’s cool, not cluttered.

Blue rooms aren’t just for adults. This quirky kids’ bedroom uses turquoise to back bookshelves, a cabinet and bedside table, while white and beige fill in the rest. An adventurous model airplane and corrugated metal feature make this a room to remember.

Deck out your kids’ sleeping space in full-on blue. This room keeps its walls and windows light, highlighting a single bed, pull-out mattress and bookcase in turquoise blue. A circular mat and picture frames tie the hue further in. An orange seat and lamp offer complementary colouring.

Why not create a kids’ haven? Turquoise marks the spot in this two-level sleeping space, which leans ladders to the upper bed, a coloured panel around the lower. Double mattresses and a large cloud decal make this much more interesting than your standard bunk.

A blue and purple bedroom creates an entirely different mood. With Marilyn on the feature wall and orchids on the floor, this gorgeous girl’s room makes blue pretty as lilac, white and yellow join the party. Nifty shelves and drawers beneath offer secret storage.

Minimalist is the word for this blue and grey bedroom. A typographic feature wall heads the space, with an enclave lined in blue. Grey wooden floors, light chiffon curtaining and low furniture show elegance. A blue ottoman and mat tie it all in.

Take it to the next level with LED lighting. Featuring lighting panels in the ceiling, under-bed skirting and around the desk, this white room with blue lightbulbs takes you to New York at night. White floor tiling keeps it looking sleek.

Go for casual cool in darker blue shades. Set on a concrete floor, an almost-black wall and dark denim mingle with simple wood and white furnishings. Two colourful bulbs and pop art prints complete the look.

Many shades of blue contribute to this bedroom’s zen. A dark blue wall heads the bed, a striped rug the floor and an almost-grey throw the covers, while a filigree lamp glows through the darkness. Two swing arm wall lamps illuminate a place for sleeping.

Want to travel the world? Make a blue feature wall your inspiration. This blue and grey bedroom maps out the globe, using a bed-come-couch and velvet ottoman as colour coders.

Transition your teenager into a more grown-up room. This fleur-de-lis wallpaper, baby blue duvet and dramatic drapery provide childlike comforts, whilst white furnishings and two wicker bedroom chairs look to the future.

This contemporary room for two shows a blue bedroom set is sometimes all you need. Set upon a concrete accent wall, teardrop wall icons, woollen rug spheres and a quilted bed frame keep it cosy. A wooden floor brings warmth, a private deck the summer view.

Design your blue bedroom Scandinavian-style. Complete with a circular hanging mirror, orange grasshopper lamp, open wardrobe and fox print, its half-blue wall reminds of the sea’s rolling tide.

Prefer pastels? Make like this bedroom, and design a line of oscillating panels. A bright blue duvet and single pendant match the theme perfectly.

It’s hard to find a bedroom that both partners like, but this blue gem could fit the bill. Kept light and airy by a beige and white futon, its corrugated iron creates a not-too-girly feature. A matching chair, ottoman and simple swing lamp create a place for reading, whilst extra books lurk inside the headboard.

Have a small space to work with? Frame your bed in wood, painting a side wall blue. This compact bedroom shows how it’s done, as throw cushions, a simple painting and crouching bedside lamp add flair.

Love thin wooden panels? This bedroom stretches them over a wall and side ledge, as blue takes centre stage. White surrounding walls, a landscape canvas and potted white peonies bring a sense of grace.

Japanese design enthusiasts can’t go past this zen bedroom in blue. A black futon bed, pillow and high-shine wooden flooring meet their match in turquoise bedding, an ottoman and glass-covered prints. LED lighting and white keep the look minimalist.

This blue bedroom could have you dreaming of Scandinavia. A gorgeous shade of teal covers all four walls in this Nordic style, which uses white to frame all the spaces inbetween. Unusual fixtures in the fluffy chandelier, monochrome prints and idle suitcases make this a beautiful example for Scandinavian bedrooms.

After a light blue bedroom instead? This quirky little number places mirrors on its bedside table, quilting on its headboard and a textured print beside it. Touches of soft grey and white enhance its pale, fresh hue.

Use blue to create striking colour combinations. The dramatic striped rug of this boudoir pairs with a red duvet,patterned cushions and a turquoise headboard, infusing a Mediterranean feel. A baby blue border around the walls’ uppers softens the contrast.

Create difference with tiny pops of colour. The blues in this bedroom’s prints and cushions set its white walls and wooden floors apart from the neighbours’. A string of fairy lights gives the room a festive feel.

Rather be at the beach? This rustic bedroom sits you right beside the sea. Light wooden ceilings provide room to breathe, above a deep blue panel. A patterned blue duvet and raft of competing cushions add character, while three metallic wall sconces above head a space for reading.

Make a splash in blue and yellow. This bedroom borders on the artistic, with a painterly rug, textured graphic wall and gothic fireplace for company. Yellow heads up two geometric feature chairs and a vase-shaped bedroom table. Metallic bedroom pendant lights polish off the look opposite a golden wall sconce.


If blue is you color of choice, don’t forget to check out:
30 Beautiful Blue Kitchens To Brighten Your Day
30 Blue Living Rooms To Relax The Mind, Body And Soul

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Blue may be the ultimate bedroom color, thanks to its association with all things serene and calming, two essentials for a good night's sleep. In certain shades, blue is timeless enough to function as a neutral without being boring, while in other tones, it's bold, vibrant, and playful. Basically, it's as versatile as can be, and will complement basically almost every decor scheme when styled well. And that's where we come in with the 17 designer-approved blue bedroom ideas ahead. Whether you want to go all out with a splashy royal blue paint color, or just add in some understated accents, there's something for you. Still need some convincing? Let these rooms inspire you.

1Mix in Metallic Pieces

Blue and white take center stage in this fresh yet classic bedroom by Eliza Crater. With layers of prints and fun fabrics as well as metallic accents and artwork, this color scheme has so much depth and dimension while still remaining cohesive and tight.

2Stick to One Shade

A soothing soft blue feels like a breath of fresh air when you walk into the room, as made evident by this Fantastic Frank bedroom. Especially when you use the same color for everything, save artwork and a houseplant. It adds an ethereal, dreamy quality to every space but also offers a ton of versatility, making it particularly well-suited for the bedroom.

3Soften Things With Gray

To soften the sharpness of a blue and white color scheme, incorporate plenty of pale gray tones, as designer Aamir Khandwala did in this fun, transitional bedroom.

4Choose a Shapeshifter

Splashes of blue in the artwork and plated canopy topper accentuate the blue undertones in the upholstered headboard and side chair. But if you ever feel like switching to a greener color scheme, you could opt for accents that bring out those tones instead. The lesson? Opt for middle ground (bluish-purplish or greenish-bluish are just two examples), and bonus points for an iridescent fabric, like ikat or velvet, that changes under different lighting circumstances.

5Keep It Relaxed

Here's proof that blue can live in many different styles of environments and take on a totally new look. Designed by Lee Stanton, this bedroom feels approachable and somewhat bohemian, while still looking polished and. This is thanks to the laidback essence of the patchwork indigo-dyed blue bedding and leather accents contrasted against the framed artwork and polished light fixtures.

6Don't Forget About Pink

Pink and blue are often pitted against each other, but they play pretty nicely together, as proven by this bedroom by Studio DB. A baby pink sconce and blue upholstered headboard add some sweetness to the green and gray elements throughout.

7Throw In Some Prints

Blue goes nicely with chocolate brown, especially this cheerful shade evocative of a summer's day—especially in the form of a fun animal print! So here, the combo of the cheetah-print and floral motif fabric in a bedroom by Anna Spiro Design the perfect accessory for bright sky-blue walls.

8Add a Warm Accent Color

Blue and white is a classic color scheme, but it can feel a bit too crisp for some. To warm up a bright bedroom without painting all the surfaces something other than classic white, cover one wall with wallpaper in a fun print, and another in a warm, neutral color. Corey Damen Jenkins opted for a light sandy beige hue in this bedroom, marrying the cooler blues, whites, and grays with the warmer wood and cream tones as well as the brass accents.

9Make It Modern

Modern design aficionados and minimalists, don't worry—we didn't forget about you and your love of blue. This graphic and edgy bedroom by Tamsin Johnson keeps things strictly black and white, save for an understated navy throw.

10Contrast With Marigold

When decorating with deep, bold, and saturated blues, punctuate the space with a marigold accent, as designer Mathew Bees does in this luxe bedroom. The marigold in the trim of the canopy fabric ties the orange lampshade and gilt mirror together so they don't just float alone.

11Brighten Up With White

Don't want to commit to blue paint or expensive anchor pieces like furniture yet? Just add a baby blue duvet and take note of this bedroom from Fantastic Frank. Hanging ceiling-high curtains around the bed will look even more dramatic and dreamy than a classic canopy and the pale blue comforter in this bedroom adds a touch of playful cheer.

12Let It Be the Accent

Can't choose bedroom green and blue for your walls? Opt for a fresh mint green-blue option like this shade. Paired with a slightly more pistachio-hued upholstered headboard and a retro-style crocheted coverlet but true-blue pillows make this bedroom designed by J. P. Horton the perfect example to follow.

13Lay a Neutral Foundation

For a beginner's guide to decorating with blue in the bedroom, keep everything neutral and then opt for soft blue accents, like pillows. Here, Cathy Kincaid painted the bed frame and used decorative pillows for a splash of blue. we love the contrast between the high-end, traditional monogrammed bedding, an ornate mirror, full drapes, and a canopy bed against the unexpectedly cheeky throw pillow.

14Go All Out

Then again, why not just commit? High-gloss paints are a surefire way to make a bold statement. In this bedroom designed by decorator Alisa Bloom, the rich, liquidy sheen bounces light around a dark room, a spin on that old mirror trick designers love. Bloom used Fine Paints of Europe’s Delft Blue 4003 in Hollandlac Brilliant to illuminate the entire bedroom.

15Set the Room Mood

Before you totally fall in love with a paint color (and, even more importantly, before you paint the walls), consider the mood you want to set. For example, if you want something that feels super warm and calming, you'll want to opt for something a bit more earthy and dark instead of white or a cheerful turquoise. But that doesn't mean you can't still use blue! Here, Heidi Caillier opted for a clay-green color as the base and then added a navy accent with the side table and some blue pops in the sham.

16Think About Scale

Brian Patrick Flynn turned this teeny-tiny bedroom into a whole wide world with rich wallpaper, dimensional wall decor, and perfectly proportioned furniture. The pops of red add a fun surprise and encourage us to mix primary colors.

17Hang Abstract Art

Enveloped in gorgeous shades of white and cream punctuated by blue accents, this bedroom designed by Heather Hilliard is pure elegance without trying too hard. Add a mohair throw (or something as fluffy) for a luxe, cozy atmosphere and then spotlight for graphic modern art for an unexpected twist that doesn't actually change the overall feel too drastically.

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The color blue symbolizes loyalty, strength, wisdom & trust, and is known to have a calming effect on the psyche, which is one of the reasons blue bedrooms are so popular.

Blue is one of the most popular colors for bedrooms, especially contemporary or modern bedrooms. Blue has strong associations with trust, security, and loyalty which makes this color perfect for a bedroom space. There are many blue bedroom decor ideas but you need to consider the different shades of blue so your room will have the desired effect.

When we think of the color blue, we often think of the sky or the sea. Both of these immense bodies of nature provide a soothing sense of grandeur and wonder that makes the color blue perfect for creating a serene and beautiful bedroom. But there are so many options when it comes to creating a beautiful bedroom, and many different reasons why one would choose different shades, hues, and tones of blue.

The color psychology of blue can help you choose which shade would be best for your room. Here are some tips on how to create a beautiful blue bedroom room according to the color psychology of blue.

For example, if you want your bedroom to create feelings of trust, security, and loyalty then it should include these shades of blue:

  • Sky blue
  • Pale pinkish-blue
  • Light blue
  • Aqua
  • Turquoise.

If you want your bedroom to create feelings of calmness and serenity then it should include these shades of blue:

  • Cornflower blue
  • Dark blue
  • Medium-blue
  • Pale tones of grey-blue

An elegant and stylish contemporary bedroom will need a bright color scheme that includes details in silver, gray, and black for a glamorous look. This type of design is inspired by the interior decorating styles of Hollywood stars who love modern designs with a vintage vibe. You can create a relaxing mood by painting one wall green as this color creates feelings of calmness.

A romantic bedroom with a feminine touch needs soft colors that are tranquil and serene. This type of design features elegant drapes, plush fabrics, tassels that reflect femininity, taupe or white details for a traditional Victorian decor that evokes feelings of romance.

It is important to use colors in balance so it will have the desired effect on your bedroom space. Here are some tips on how you should incorporate colors in your bedroom:

The first thing you need to consider is what style you want to achieve so you can pick your ideal shade of blue. The next step is to pick the complementary colors that you will use to create harmony with your blue choice and create a well-rounded design.

For example, if you want a more glamorous look then you can use silver as the accent color as it reminds us of shiny stars and elegant details. However, if you want your bedroom to create a relaxing mood then pale tones of grey, cream, or white could be a better choice because they evoke feelings of calmness and serenity. You can also opt for one wall painted a complementary green as it creates feelings of calmness, or if you want your bedroom to create a romantic mood then choose soft colors that are tranquil such as taupe, taupe-gray, cream, lavender-grey, etc.

The colors of your bedroom can influence different emotions that you experience when in the room. It is important to consider all factors when picking out a shade for your space because if it is off then it can create an undesirable effect on your mood.

Art & Home, as the curator of beautiful things for the fine art of living, has scoured the internet to pull together this collection of beautiful blue bedrooms we love, and we hope you will too. 


Dreamy Blue & White Bedroom

Dreamy Blue Bedroom

I love the soft and serene look of this dreamy blue and white bedroom. The wall treatment behind the bed looks like clouds in the summer sky. the blend of light & dark blue with white creates a perfectly serene space.


Coastal Blue Bedroom

Coastal Blue Bedroom in the Hamptons

Source: Elle Decor

This elegant guest bedroom from a well-appointed Hampton’s home features a daybed draped with a vintage blue & white throw and a crisp white sofa by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams that perfectly offsets the deep blue walls painted in Patriot Blue by Benjamin Moore Regal.


French Country Blue Bedroom

French Country Blue Bedroom

Elegance abounds in this beautiful bedroom. From the wall treatment to the pillows and bedding to the delicate blue flowers on the light fixture, everything works together perfectly. If I could have changed one thing, I probably would have gone with an off-white bedside table, but even that is a small change.


Tropical Blue Bedroom

Source: Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design

Created by Palm Beach-based design firm Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design, this Kip’s Bay space features rich, high-gloss color by Benjamin Moore and a mix of far-flung furnishings and accessories that were all inspired by a vibrant Indian painting.


Dark Blue and Natural Wood Bedroom

The richness of the dark blue walls works beautifully with the natural wood in the headboard other pieces of furniture, creating a warm and welcoming feeling.


Romantic Blue Bedroom

Romantic Blue Bedroom

Source: Style at Home

Even though this is a smaller room, the blue does not feel overwhelming because of the large cream headboard and light-colored drapery that help provide a stark contrast and maintain visual interest. 

Although normally we would recommend avoiding dark colors when decorating a small space, it’s ok for a bedroom to feel a bit cozier than other rooms in the house.


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Blue and Gray Bedroom Design

Blue and Gray Bedroom Design

This bedroom design is out of this world, with different shades of blue and gray working perfectly together to create a sleek but energetic room that is perfect for creating atmosphere (pun intended!)


Masculine Blue & Gray Scandinavian Bedroom

Masculine Blue & Gray Scandinavian Bedroom

Source: Decoist

The blue-gray walls are a perfect match for the dark gray wood bedroom furniture and bed frame, bringing a distinctly masculine look to this Scandinavian-style bedroom.


Bedroom with Custom Blue Upholstered Headboard

Bedroom with Custom Blue Upholstered Headboard

This bedroom looks so warm and inviting. The richness of the shades of blue work beautifully, and that custom upholstered headboard is to die for!


One with Nature

One With Nature Blue Bedrooom Design

Source: Elle Decor

The master bedroom in a stunning Tahoe retreat features a large blue accent wall that perfectly highlights the panoramic view of nature. 

Additional blue accents ranging from the soft blue of the carpet, the comforting blue of the afghan throw blanket, and even the warm blues of the pillows and the nightstands help pull the entire look together perfectly.


Traditional Blue Bedroom with a Twist

Traditional Blue Bedroom with a Twist

Source: Wayfair Room Ideas

The various shades of blue and unique paint techniques create an opulent and rich master bedroom retreat.


A Dreamy Blue Bedroom

A Dreamy Blue Bedroom

Source: Ideal Home

Dark blue walls are combined with a blue and white cloud wallpaper to create a dreamy bedroom perfect for your child or as a guest room.



Blue Plaster Bedroom Walls

Blue Plaster Bedroom Walls

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I love the color AND the texture of these blue plaster (or should I say faux plaster) walls.  It creates a lovely backdrop for the classic mission-style bed. 


Quaint Coastal Bedroom

Quaint Coastal Bedroom

Source: Wayfair Room Ideas

I love the richness of the wall color, which balances perfectly against the stand-colored furniture and decor accents.  And don’t even get me started on the beauty of vaulted ceilings!


Floral Blue Bedroom

Floral Blue Bedroom

Source: Kelly Behun

This stunning Park Avenue bedroom uses hand-painted blue wallpaper to create a wonderful vista across the rooms.  Beautiful blue silk curtains complete the look. This bedroom is both elegant and inviting, which is a hard combination to execute correctly.

And how can you NOT love the furry lamp shades??


Eclectic Gray & Blue Guest Bedroom

Eclectic Gray & Blue Guest Bedroom

Source: Decoist

A cozy bedroom, perfect for weekend guests, the dark blue walls work perfectly with the gray wrought iron headboard and the gray bedding.  The eclectic accents help pull the entire room together very nicely.


The Bold and the “Bluetiful”

The Bold and the “Bluetiful”

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I love how the afghan throw, pillows, and the back wall are all the same tone of this vibrant and rich blue.  


Decadent Blue & Gold Bedroom

Decadent Blue & Gold Bedroom

Source: Wayfair Room Ideas

Throw subtlety out the window and go bold!  This blue and gold bedroom design takes opulence to the next level.


Coastal Stripes Bedroom

Coastal Stripes Bedroom

Source: Ideal Home

I can’t decide what I love most about this room.  The blue plank floors.  The Scandinavian-inspired furniture.  The beach portrait.  Or the gray coast stripes pained on the back wall.  Perhaps it’s just how all these things combine to make the perfect beach-themed bedroom.


Muted Blue Bedroom Walls

Muted Blue Bedroom Walls

Source: Sarah Gallup Interiors

I love this soft blue, as it leans just close enough to grey to create a subtle but wonderful color combination in the bedroom that will change as the lighting conditions change.  You’ll notice how everything else in the room is light and airy, including the glass lamps, mirrored dresser, and crystal chandelier.  These accents let the color of the walls be the hero in this room.


Beach Style Blue & White Bedroom

Beach Style Blue & White Bedroom

Source: Decoist

You can almost hear the surf crashing outside this beach-inspired bedroom.  With dark blue in the dresser and the striped bedding alongside the gray-blue walls, this room is perfectly coastal.



Wild Blue & Orange Bedroom

Wild Blue & Orange Bedroom

Source: Kendall Wilkinson Design

There’s no playing it safe with this blue bedroom. The walls are stunningly rich turquoise, accented with some vibrant orange accents. A beautiful mural featuring a soft white tree with birds helps complete the dramatic and slightly bohemian look.


One Step Below Black

One Step Below Black

Source: Brian Watford Interiors

Possibly the darkest entrance in our collection of beautiful blue bedrooms, this gorgeous room features nearly-black walls that are offset by crisp linen artwork and dresser fronts. 


Infusing Blue and Gray in an Industrial Bedroom

Infusing Blue and Gray in an Industrial Bedroom

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A few hints of blue in the area rug, throw pillows, and blanket along with a soft blue-gray paint on the ceiling and sidewall help to warm up this Industrial bedroom.


Glam Blue Bedroom Design

Glam Blue Bedroom Design

Source: Wayfair Room Ideas

Rich fabrics, a deep indigo blue bed, and soft gray-blue walls combine to create a glamorous bedroom retreat.

The color blue brings feelings of calmness and serenity, which is why it is perfect for a bedroom. And although the color blue is often described as peaceful, tranquil, secure, and orderly, that doesn’t mean that these bedroom designs are boring. Far from it!

The color blue is both unique and versatile. Each shade or variation of blue can mean a different thing, from the color of the sky, which is considered to be calming to the darkest of blues, which are often linked to sophistication and intelligence.


Paneled Indigo Blue Country Bedroom

Paneled Indigo Blue Country Bedroom

Source: Ideal Home

The paneled wall behind this bed is painted in a deep indigo blue and is offset by a softer cornflower blue in the bedding, creating a warm and rustic country bedroom.


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Tone on Tone Blue Bedroom

Tone on Tone Blue Bedroom

Source: Decoist

This chic bedroom perfectly blends different shades of blue and blue-gray to create a sophisticated look.


Rich and Royal Canopy Bedroom

Rich and Royal Canopy Bedroom

Source: Pinterest

I love the deep, dark blue wall in the background, which is offset by the creamy white canopy bed and duvet cover.  This room looks like one of hte blue bedrooms that would be fit for a King or a Queen.


Mid-Century Modern Blue Pinstripe Bedroom Design

Mid-Century Modern Blue Pinstripe Bedroom Design

Source: Wayfair Room Ideas

The blue pinstripe walls are the centerpiece of this formal yet funky Mid-Century Modern style bedroom.


Powder Blue Bedroom

Powder Blue Bedroom

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I love the chunky knit blanket in a soft and subtle powder blue. It really works well with the blue-gray of the walls and the upholstered headboard and footboard, creating a glamorous bedroom that’s perfect for the modern woman.  


Vaulted Blue Walls

Vaulted Blue Walls

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The vaulted ceiling and wall-to-wall French doors provide plenty of height and light to let the designer go dark with almost everything else in this room, including the stunning feature wall.


Charming Country Bedroom

Charming Country Bedroom

Source: Wayfair Room Ideas

Shades of blue and teal combine with delicate country accents to create a warm and welcoming bedroom.


Kid’s Gray & Turquoise Bedroom

Kid’s Gray & Turquoise Bedroom

Source: Decoist

It doesn’t take a lot of blues to make an impact in a room.  In this case, a rustic kid’s bedroom is accented with blue cushions and bedding – along with a hint of orange – to create pops of color.


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Serene Blue Bedroom

Serene Blue Bedroom

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Sometimes blue bedrooms ooze with serenity, like with this light and airy room.

The painting technique as well as the use of soft blue & white fabrics helps create a truly serene master bedroom.  


Classic Blue & White Bedroom

Classic Blue & White Bedroom

Source:  Plum Interiors

When it comes to blue bedrooms, you simply cannot go wrong with a classic.  Blue and white play off each other so nicely that this room looks inviting while simultaneously looking crisp and clean.  I do, however, love the pop of yellow that the vase of fresh flowers provides.


Modern Bedroom with Blue Fabric Walls

Modern Bedroom with Blue Fabric Walls

Source: Wayfair Room Ideas

The quilted fabric walls and light and dark blue geometric accents throughout the room create a crisp, classic look with a modern flair.


Chartreuse and Steel Blue Mid-Century Modern Bedroom

Chartreuse and Steel Blue Mid-Century Modern Bedroom

Source: Ideal Home

This delightfully inspired bedroom combines abstract patterns with curvy Mid-Century Modern furniture and a retro palette of chartreuse, steel blue, and gray.


French Country Blue Boy’s Bedroom

Boys French Country Blue Bedroom Design

Source: Kathy Kuo Home

Featured in our collection of beautiful French Country Bedrooms, this classically cool room is filled with woodland charm and whimsy, which makes for a gorgeous boy’s bedroom.


Neutral Gray-Blue Bedroom

Neutral Gray-Blue Bedroom

Source: Bella Mancini Design

A soft and neutral slate blue is used to create an inviting room with a touch of coastal charm.  The sea-shell light fixture and soft cotton bedding add to the overall feel of this Hampton’s-inspired bedroom.


Blue Walls with White Mural

Blue Bedroom Walls with White Mural

Source: Architecture Art Designs

The simple white mural against the dark blue wall creates a striking focal point in this modern space.


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Elegant Blue & White Bedroom

Elegant Blue & White Bedroom

Source: Pinterest

This blue and white bedroom could easily be at home in a modern penthouse on Park Avenue, or a farmhouse down some beautiful country lane.  The rich contrast of the blue and white on the walls are warmed up nicely by the infusion of solid, darkly stained woods.


Old World Blue Bedroom

French Country Blue & Cream Bedroom Design with  Canopy Bed

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Designed by the Mendelson Group, this classic French Country bedroom features a stunning canopy bed and bold blue & cream wallpaper.  


A Turquoise & Coral Seascape

A Turquoise & Coral Seascape

Source: Ideal Home

I love how the turquoise in the back wall, inside the shelves, and on the bench at the foot of the bed all match, which is then offset by the white and coral accents and bedding.  A truly beautiful coastal bedroom.

Also, check out the clever way that wall lamps were installed on the side of the shelves to provide accent lighting without taking up much-needed shelf space.

Tips for Creating a Beautiful Blue Bedroom

  • Different shades of blue can be used in your bedroom for various effects.
  • Make sure you choose the right shade according to the color psychology of blue to create the right mood in your bedroom.
  • Use accent colors in balance for the desired effect that you want to achieve in your space.
  • Make sure that your room has plenty of natural light because this will enhance the effect of colors in your space.
  • Blue is an excellent color for creating an elegant and stylish look when paired with the right accessoriesso it is important to focus on the details.
  • For a calming environment choose colors that have a soft or muted tone so they will not overwhelm the room space.
  • Include some warm colors that have a vivid tone as this will help you balance the different shades.
  • For a glamorous look choose silver details for an elegant touch and include gold accents to enhance luxurious decorating ideas.
  • Use pale tones to create a relaxing mood and darker shades for more dramatic effects.
  • If you are decorating a large bedroom then it is advisable to opt for bold shades that have strong tones as this will help enhance the space.
  • Think about what style you want to achieve in your room and choose appropriate shades accordingly.
  • Use more than one shade of blue to create a beautiful design with a calming effect. However, avoid using too many different shades for your decorating scheme as this might make the design appear cluttered. This is especially important if you have a small bedroom as too many colors might make the room space appear even smaller.

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