Color palette for your guest rooms When friends, family and relatives visit, all of us make sure that they are comfortable and have the best stay at our homes . It is only gracious of us as hosts to provide them all the amenities for a good stay and over all , a good night’s sleep. A bedroom , especially one meant for guests should have a relaxing color scheme so that the occupier can relax and unwind well. A color scheme is the perfect way to do it.
- Blue and white – Blue and white is a classic combination which is also very modern and chic. The combination also has the benefit of being very calming , relaxing and gender neutral. No matter who is visiting, this is a no-fail combination for your guest/guests. Using a lot of blue on the walls can be a mistake. So keep it a healthy mix by doing the ceiling up in white against a blue backdrop. Apply the color scheme to the rest of the room , like bedspreads and covers, lampshades, curtains and the pillows.
- Brown and pastels – For people who are wary of using deep colors in the bedroom, this can be a comfort. The combination of brown and pastel colors can be very relaxing and a good scheme for the guest bedroom. Set up bedspreads, pillows and lampshades in pastels against a rich brown backdrop on the walls. Also remember to add whites, against the rich brown, white will standout and make the room all the more crisp and serene.
- Yellow and other colors – For people who consider yellow only fit for kitchens, this can be a revelation. Use a mellow and light shade of yellow in your guest bedrooms and combine with green accents on headboards , nightstands or artwork. Pay enough attention to symmetry and orderliness and bring on some whites in the linens.
- A cabin in the woods – To recreate a cabin-like bedroom, all you have to do is paint stripes and wood-like designs on the walls using minimal colors. A combination of rich brown and buttery white will make the room seem like it has sprung out of the woods and serve a relaxing night’s sleep.