Teal is one of those colors that people either love or hate. If you’re a member of the camp that loves the color, we have a few teal bedroom decor ideas for you to consider. It’s a light and airy color, making it great for a bedroom. However, this isn’t the only place you can incorporate teal into your home. Let’s cover a few ideas when blending teal into your color palette mix while redecorating.
Implement Purple Accents
In a child’s bedroom, teal and purple work wonderfully together. Purple accent pieces like
- Teal walls with purple carpeting and other similar backdrops work well together.
Although the colors might not make sense upfront, ask any teenage girl today if they work, and the answer will be an astounding yes! Allow your daughter (or son) to get in on the decorating action and you’ll have a happy child once the decorating is complete.
Let the Furniture do the Talking
Teal furniture works well in bedrooms with white walls and neutral decor. Wooden bedposts, white walls, and maybe even a teal accent wall, can help bring the room together well. You don’t have to go overboard here. You might want to add a couple of nightstands that are teal, and maybe add wooden accent furniture pieces throughout the rest of the bedroom.
If you truly love teal, why not go all-in? Teal drapes, your comforter, pillows, and the accent walls can all be painted teal in your bedroom. And, if you add in the right accent colors and pieces to a larger room, the teal won’t be too overpowering in the space.
Teal doesn’t have to overpower the bedroom when you’re decorating it. You can go with patterned pillows or blankets that have a teal accent throughout. Or, a white and teal comforter will work well in a smaller space. Teal doesn’t have to steal the show, nor does it have to overpower the other colors you choose to add to the bedroom’s decor. Consider using it in small patterns throughout the space, or in a small section of the bedroom, as opposed to plastering the walls with teal.
A nautical themed bedroom is a popular option these days. If you are a fan of blue, you can incorporate teal into the bedroom with unique decor ideas. Navy blue walls with a teal accent wall will look wonderful in a large, airy space. Or, consider adding teal accent pieces in a darker blue, navy bedroom. Rugs, throw pillows, and a few teal blankets, will work wonderfully in your nautical themed bedroom when everything is all together.
There are many ways for you to consider adding teal to your bedroom. Whether it’s the entire bedroom or a few accent pieces, the color blends well with several other, darker tones. Consider a few of these fun ideas when you’re getting ready to redecorate and are considering teal as a primary (or secondary) color for the room.