To no one surprise, choosing the right color scheme for your bedroom is quite a difficult task. It has a lot to do with your preference, and it was said that color could affect your mood to some extent. Amid the high popularity of neutral colors, these turquoise bedroom ideas will make you want to reconsider your choice.
As beautiful as the gemstone, turquoise color has an intense blue with a touch of yellow, exuding a refreshing and calming vibe at the same time. Even though its best match is probably a more neutral tone like white, beige, and cream, turquoise can be combined with another vibrant color like red as well. Check out how our collection of turquoise bedrooms could change your mind.
A bedroom that exudes a strong element of turquoise, it’s not hard to point out the focal point. The arched wall just behind the headboard allows a two-layered wall in different colors, creating an architectural statement for the bedroom. A little space over the nook is transformed into a cozy seating area, still with a bold turquoise color and touched of green. The vintage flooring also comes in the same shade, becoming a quirky charm on the design.
If you don’t want to go as far as having the whole bedroom in turquoise, create an accent with the color on a neutral background. The bedroom already has the white-painted brick wall as the accent wall, but it is the turquoise long curtain and blanket that makes it look livelier. Both come in an identical pattern, as well as the pillows and armless chair peeking on the corner, which has striped patterns.
Bring the crystal turquoise water of the beach right into your bedroom by having the wall and ceiling all painted in the color. The bright white light gives a shine to the wall, making it look charming in its own way. The addition of vibrant orange presents as an accent that balances the color.
This elegant bedroom consists only of two colors, white and turquoise, yet it still needs something for the design to stand out. Leave the mirrored nightstand, which is not so visible from the first glance, and shift the attention to the three chandeliers that exude warm yellow lights. Even in broad daylight, the light doesn’t lose it.
The bedroom might be narrow, but thanks to the ultra-cozy bed that it looks modestly luxurious. The tall headboard works double as the accent wall as well, while the low platform guarantees a comfortable sleep. On the side of the bed, you can see the folding doors that connect the room directly to the vast yard, providing a magnificent view both during day and night.
If you think that turquoise is best paired with white, your mind would likely change after seeing an eclectic bedroom dominated by the first color. It is indeed using white shiplap wooden flooring, but the rest of the room appears in vivid colors. From the sofa, the mat, and the chandelier are all such candy to the eyes.
Turquoise can blend well with traditional-style bedroom, and the above picture is undeniable proof. Full of wooden element and neutral color schemes, the turquoise touch is placed just rightly on the matching bed and window treatments. Look up above, and you will see that the painted ceiling also comes in turquoise.
Turquoise can also be adapted to the Mediterranean style. Using white as the main palette for the wall, the color element appears on the bedding, which is also rich in pattern. However, the tall shelving unit, which has matching color and houses numerous pastel-colored ornaments, is something not to be missed from the room.
Beyond modern but still preserving the minimalist design, this futuristic bedroom has a beautiful turquoise color in it, mainly because of the furniture that comes in sleek finishing. The bed area is elevated with hidden lights, giving all the spotlight into that one particular spot. Even the accent floor appears in turquoise color with patterns.
Try the contrasting charm of calmness and liveliness by combining, instead of a calm and neutral color, turquoise with the vibrant pink! While it may not seem likely at first, both make a chic and feminine bedroom full of charm. Aside from the bedding and chair cushioning, the pink flower wall décor helps to fill the empty wall.
The combination of pastel turquoise and all-white design results in an airy, light, and cozy feeling. As the whole room appears in white, the bedding creates an accent with its floor-sweeping linen and patterned headboard. The exposure of direct sunlight from the ceiling creates a serenity to unwind your tiredness.
Another quirky way of putting turquoise color as an element in a bedroom. The rather classic and vintage room has its own unique touch through the striped wall in turquoise and white! Who thought that turquoise can be a good friend to the monochromatic shades?
Turquoise is quite versatile when it comes to bedroom design. Even an elegant and traditional bedroom, as seen above, looks perfect in that tone. The main elements of the bedroom, including bedding and sofas, are all in matching color, supported by the patterned and painted ceiling. The wall is also in a very light turquoise shade.
To create a chic-looking bedroom, all you need is vibrant pink and a little touch of gold to be combined with turquoise. You can make a quirky accent wall through the wall decal with a metallic gold color. The tree shape even frames the bed perfectly.
Another pastel turquoise bedroom that exudes a light and easy charm. But without any stand out a focal point, the room would look plainly boring. Thanks to the unique lighting that comes to the rescue, not only it appears in a darker color but making a statement to the bedroom design.
Indeed, no color is more versatile than white. Which is why the room design looks charming and chic, complete with a set of vanity desk with a little turquoise touch. The surrounding wall arts also draws attention to the particular corner.
Whenever you are looking for something to make your bedroom less boring, that’s when patterns come as the best solution. Even though the patterns only appear on the bedding and pillows, it is enough as a statement to the design. The accent wall art above the headboard also looks prominent in its own way.
Simplicity doesn’t mean letting the wall empty without anything. As you don’t like too many things being hung on it, just a pair of wall mirror décor will do. The chandelier on the center of the ceiling is another elegant element that completes the design.
Always amusing and quirky, the bedroom is full of whimsical charm. From the yellow hanging décors to the floating and asymmetrical storages, each of them looks pretty in turquoise. The accent behind the headboard has a matching shape with the storage at the end of the bed.