Changing the colour palette of any room modifies the ambience entirely. Whether you highlight bright tints or soft shades, colours are the first things people notice when they walk into a room. If you’re planning such a makeover, the colour of your walls will form the base for the whole room, inspiring the hues of the bedroom furniture and ornaments.

However, choosing just the right colour can be tiring, especially because there are so many variations out there, but most of us can think of only the classics, which can be a bit cliché, don’t you think?

But don’t worry: design experts at IKEA suggest some fresh new paint colours that will help you breathe new life into your bedroom this summer.

  1. Sage Green

    Are you looking for a muted, yet elegant colour that is fresh? Say hello to sage green. A grounding shade, it creates calmness with its grey-green undertones. You don’t have to go all out and paint everything sage green, though. Just one statement wall will do the trick!

  2. Blush Pink

    We all love ourselves some ‘millennial pink’, as this shade was dubbed. A cross between salmon and peach with a few dusty rose accents, blush pink is a perfect choice with which you can incorporate neutrals into your space.

  3. Pale Beige

    Hey, before you call it boring, this is the ultimate spin on the classic white that most rooms are painted with. Painting your walls a pale beige allows you to bring in a classy, rustic vibe to your interiors and furniture. And it is fulfilling – trust us!

  4. Steel Blue

    The colour of all the places you want to visit, this jewel-toned blue inspires wanderlust, and is bound to be a favourite if you’re a traveller, seeking new places to visit this summer!

  5. Ultra Violet

    Pantone’s colour of the year in 2018, if you are looking for a bold and beautiful change that receives a ‘wow’ reaction every time you walk in, go for some ultra violet. We guarantee it will help you achieve that goal in the most dramatic way.

  6. Yellow

    If you thought yellow was gone, you’re wrong. This colour has made the biggest comeback in recent years, from mustard yellow to sunnier shades – and not only with paint, but furniture and textiles too. That’s why you can never go wrong with a shade of yellow, says IKEA, and hey, it is summer after all!

  7. Monochrome

    You can always pair paint with a bit of wallpaper to liven up your room. Try a monochrome look with black and white stripes if you want a change. This will bring a touch of moodiness to the base of the room, letting you make it vibrant by adding pops of bright colour.

    So go ahead, experiment with all these shades and liven up your home for the summer!

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