5 colorful ways to wake up happy in your home

These uplifting bedroom schemes will help you wake up feeling revived and ready to face the new day.

1. Refreshing green

Green strikes the perfect balance between being vibrant and restful, making it perfect for a bedroom scheme. Paint your walls in zesty hues for a bit of extra get-up-and-go in the morning or choose marine tones for a serene but invigorating feel.

Which colors?

94YY 67/164
90YY 54/254

2. Soothing violet

Violet bedroom

Violet is one of the most peaceful tones on the color spectrum, promoting feelings of relaxation and wellbeing. It’s also said to aid meditation – just what you need to help switch off your mind after a hectic day.

Which colors?

10RB 17/210
24RB 66/037
81YR 85/004

3. Energizing orange

Orange bedroom

Lively orange is guaranteed to have you leaping out of bed in the morning. Bright oranges have a vibrant, retro feel and due to their intensity they usually work best as accents. If you want wall-to-wall orange, terracotta and coppery shades are softer options for a bedroom scheme.

To help make your bedroom feel extra bright and cheerful, try our Light + Space Matt paint. Its light-reflective particles are designed to bounce light back into your room.

Which colors?

40YR 28/563
89RB 79/040

4. Sunny yellow

Mustard bedroom

A rich yellow or mustard room will make you smile the second you open your eyes in the morning. Yellow often appears brighter once it’s up on your walls than it does in the color chart so, for a bedroom scheme, it can be a good idea to go a couple of shades lighter than you might think, so the color isn’t too stimulating.

Which colors?

21YY 45/405
15YY 49/288
81YR 85/004

5. Calming blue

Blue bedroom

Blues make for a crisp, fresh color scheme that’s supremely restful. Their calming influence will help you wind down at the end of a busy day and wake up feeling bright and breezy. 

Which colors?

10BB 17/269
45YY 73/081

For a subtle way to work mood-lifting colors into your scheme, go for an ombre effect with your chosen color on the bottom half of the wall, fading out to white at the halfway point.

Still not sure which color to choose? Get a sneak preview of how different colors will look on your walls with the Visualizer app.

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