Having guests over your home is always fun, especially if its family and friends. However, things can become a bit hectic when it comes to sleeping arrangements which is when guest bedroom can come in handy. Even though guest bedrooms do come in handy decorating them can be a little bit tricky as they should feel as another space in the home. For instance, you want your guests to feel right at home when they are staying in your guest bedroom. In order to do that you want to create a peaceful space that speaks to them. The following guest bedroom color palettes will make your guests not only feel right at home but will also make them want to come visit a little more often.
Rich Browns and Pastels
Dark and rich browns surprisingly have an unexpected serenity to them, especially when they are paired with pastels. Pastels give balance to the richness of the dark brown shades. Plus, let’s not forget they look beautiful paired together. The key to working with browns is having light colors that help bring out the richness in them.
Mellow Yellow to the Rescue
There is nothing like adding yellow to a bedroom. It adds beauty and brightens up the space. However, when it is paired with similar colors such as soft greens, blues, and purples, it can create the serene setting your guests need.
A nontraditional color pairing always works well in a guest bedroom because you can get as creative as you would like in this specific space. Try a nontraditional color combination such as a nautical theme with bright red accents. Doing so will give your guests the feeling of having stepped into a new dimension of your home.
When in doubt, choose rustic. Add a rustic twist to your guest bedroom for a relaxing and romantic twist. Choose colors that are crisp and clean and pair them with rich wood tones. This will give the rustic appeal while still being very modern and charming. The idea is to have the space feel like a new section of your home while providing your guests a sense of comfort.
Neutrals are always great, especially when you pair them with other tones that are pastel such as pastel pink, yellow and lilac. These tones paired with creamy neutrals brighten up the color palette without the need to add another palette of colors.
Gray and Blue
This color pairing happens to be one of the very best to choose from because of how well they work together. There is something very calming and welcoming about having gray and blue paired together. In fact, when they are paired together they work so well you may want to include them in other areas of your home.
Different Shades of Red
Although, red could be a “loud” color when you pair it with different shades it becomes a beautiful masterpiece to look at. Pair different shades and patterns with red in them for an overall well-rounded look that feels and looks like a lot of fun.
Just like mellow yellow is a good idea zesty yellow is as well. Take a brighter yellow and add it to your guest bedroom for an instantly brighten space. You can choose to do yellow accents or use a full-on yellow palette. If you choose to do just that pair your yellow shades with a hint of green for an overall modern and up added feel.
Blends of Blue
Instead of mixing blue shades with other colors mix your blue shades with each other. Consider mixing and matching darker shades of blue with lighter shades of blue for a beautiful contrast. You also want to pair these together with white, beige or gray hues to make the blues stand out.
Black and White
Black and white décor have always been a classic color combination because it can be paired with multiple different statement colors. Pair your black and white décor with one statement color to bring out the beauty in the room. This can be done in multiple different color variations.
Make your guests feel right at home with these color combinations. Which of these combinations will you be using in your guest room to make your guests feel right at home? Let us know in the comments below.