Vibrant Blue and Green Bedrooms

vibrant blue and green master bedroom by Hamilton Design AssociatesA colorful combination for the young and young at heart.

Decorating a bedroom with bold colors can be intimidating.  Many start and stop with vibrant bedding and accessories, then paint the walls white – but not these daring souls.  This master bedroom pulled rich peacock blue from the curtain fabric onto the walls.  The room is an eclectic mix that works since the blue and green hues are sprinkled around the room.  The chair was reupholstered in multiple fabrics for a bohemian look.

green and blue beddingRe: painting the walls white… and falling flat.  The white silver lined lamp shades, modern bedside tables and bedding are lost.  Even the silk headboard, shag pillows and electric Hermes throw can’t elevate the space.  All of these details would come to life against a vibrant chartreuse wall.

vibrant blue and green bedroom by Bear-Hill InteriorsTurquoise mixed with lime green, gray and a touch of peacock blue cheer things up in a tween to teen bedroom.  The clean lines of the daybed and its tailored cover are brightened with the fabric selections and paper lanterns.

colorful blue and green nursery by Oh! ApostropheThis bedroom decor can easily endure from infancy through the toddler years.  For those up to the challenge, decorating with vibrant blue and green hues will take a room from dreary to dreamy at any age.

For another blue and green beauty, don’t miss Diamond Baratta’s Turquoise Harlequin Kitchen.

(Sources: Hamilton Design Associates, Martensen Jones Interiors, Bear-Hill Interiors via vmdesignblogg, Oh! Apostrophe)

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3 Responses to “Vibrant Blue and Green Bedrooms”

  1. Silver Magpies September 12, 2012 at 8:36 am #

    oooh – I love photo number one! Those are my favorite colors. Very timely as I’m just about to make some changes in our room.

    Thanks.

  2. Jane F @ Atticmag September 12, 2012 at 9:47 am #

    These colors are just super together and could not be fresher looking.

  3. cat_mom September 12, 2012 at 4:33 pm #

    Trying decide between a lime/apple/acid green or a turquoise/peacock blue for a spare room. Now I can see that I don’t have to decide! We can have both colors (maybe add in some grey or black as well….love the rug in the nursery! Know the source??).

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