Sleeping in a blue room can bring us a feeling of calm and tranquility, isn’t it?
We already talked about decoration with the most different shades of blue in another post , but today we brought a selection with only ideas of this color to the room! Whether light or dark, blue can create amazing environments with great sophistication, sobriety and even some creative and fun points. Can be used as a base for the bedroom of any age group.
The depth of the blue
This color has the power to make us more relaxed, helping to provide a refreshing night’s sleep.
After all, after a day of work or study, all we want is a cozy environment that takes away all the stress and anxiety of everyday life, especially if accompanied by a soft bed.
But why a blue room? It is that when we look at the color blue, our brain receives the message through stimuli that are associated with an idea of depth, stability and tranquility, the same as we find when we look at the blue sky or sea on the horizon.
The feeling of relaxation of this color is not only around, as it has been proven that being in a blue environment helps to decrease blood circulation, body temperature and blood pressure.
This is also why some brands and products use blue in their visual identity: have you noticed that Samsung, Ford and Facebook are the same color? It is no accident. The blue in advertising is linked to the idea of depth, stability, confidence and intellect.
Already in decoration, this color is used in various ways, in its more than 100 cataloged tones . But the room turns out to be an especially conducive environment for blue for its soothing effect.
Its various combinations, with light, dark colors and especially warm colors (yellow, orange and red), can give a good balance in the composition and bring other sensations and meanings to the environment.
We must not forget, however, that blue is the coldest color of the visible spectrum. Depending on the intensity, it can promote a more sleepy and serene environment, ideal for rooms, but not for environments that should be more hectic.
Blue for all tastes: from double room to baby room
Blue is one of the favorite colors of much of the world’s population, appearing in various regions and cultures, according to various surveys.
This is also because blue is one of the most versatile colors in the spectrum, combining with many other colors and shades, whether cold, warm or neutral!
This aspect of blue makes it fundamental for the creation of various types of environments, with different proposals that are sure to please in the double room, infant and even for the baby.
Not only for men’s rooms, which are traditionally linked with blue. Girls have several color options to choose from, depending on the mood of the room.
But here are some general tips regarding color tone and its effect on the environment:
Dark tones : In Feng Shui, blue is related to wisdom and, in darker tones, to intuition. Dark blue has the power to create a more serious and sophisticated environment, ideal for matching with woody tones, especially mahogany. But be sure to make a composition with some light color, to ensure the color contrast and that the environment will not get too heavy and without lighting.
Mid-tones : For a happier environment, mid-tones of blue are ideal. In this sense, Royal Blue, Turquoise , Tiffany Blue stand out and, when combined with other colors like yellow, pink and orange, gain a special highlight. The atmosphere is more cheerful and relaxed.
Light tones : These are a good choice for an environment that is designed to take the stress out of everyday life or to calm very agitated people. Light shades are especially suitable for baby rooms, but everyone can use their properties!
35 photos of blue room to inspire your decor
Now take a look at our selection of images for home, toddler and baby room designs!
Blue double bedroom
Picture 1 – Whole headboard with sunset style painting with blue and red.
Picture 2 – Combination of primary colors is always a hit.
Picture 3 – Light and medium shades of blue to draw natural light to your room
Picture 4 – Orange to highlight blue: working with opposite-complementary colors.
Picture 5 – In the same color palette: several patterns united by color.
Picture 6 – Blue room from wall to bed: several shades composing an environment full of tranquility.
Picture 7 – Navy blue combined with pastels: a colorful in neutral environment.
Picture 8 – Blue + yellow = green.
Picture 9 – Minimalist bedroom in blue: low bed with few items.
Picture 10 – Blue and brown or copper aged in the room: sober and mature tones.
Picture 11 – Warm and vibrant colors in the blue room.
Picture 12 – Dark blue for a more serious environment.
Picture 13 – Light blue wallpaper to help illuminate the environment.
Picture 14 – Contrast: Vibrant white and blue create a well lit and colorful environment
Picture 15 – Experiments on the wall: watercolor style painting with blue spots in a very modern environment.
Picture 16 – Blue room in all the details, even in the decorative objects.
Picture 17 – To get out of neutrality, a very flashy wallpaper.
Picture 18 – Two color pattern on a darker and sober wallpaper.
Picture 19 – Layer upon layer of shades of blue.
Picture 20 – Blue detail on the bedding.
Picture 21 – Wall highlighted by color and shelves that create horizontal lines in the environment.
Picture 22 – Beige and gold catch the eye on blue background.
Picture 23 – Sea blue falling from the frame to the wall.
Picture 24 – Combination of medium and light tone only in blue.
Picture 25 – Light blue that comes out of the wall and covers the furniture too!
Picture 26 – Pattern of matching frame and bedding.
Picture 27 – Bricks in white not to steal the leading role of blue in this room
Picture 28 – Blue room for explorers.
Picture 29 – Blue gradient on the wall.
Picture 30 – Blue and beige in a very classy female room.
Picture 31 – Mega headboard upholstered in royal blue.
Picture 32 – Turquoise waves to remind of the sea.
Picture 33 – A mix of rustic and modern in a room with a predominance of blue.
Picture 34 – Blue: tradition of color in various cultures.
Picture 35 – Turquoise blue catching the eye.