Saturday , 15 January 2022
Create A Relaxing Space

Create A Relaxing Space

blue bed

Ask any designer – color is one of the most powerful and versatile tools you have. Color is able to lift a mood and stimulate the senses. It is an essential part of practically any interior design. Depending on what you want to achieve with your space, the colors you choose and the way you use them will change. For those looking to create a home sanctuary, a break from the hyperstimulation of the modern world, color can make a difference.

“If you want a relaxing space,” note our designers, “try to stick to one color in several different tones.” Sticking to a single monochromatic color palette will reduce visual noise and create a cohesive look. Two things that work wonders when it comes to creating a calming space. Below we share seven beautiful monochrome rooms where we would love to sit back and relax.

Blue walls and works of art

blue bandana wall art

In this entrance area by Martha Stewart Living, indigo bandanas are paired next to a deep blue wall color.

White and beige guest rooms

Beige relaxing guest room by veranda

White and beige create a soft look that goes perfectly with this Veranda guest room.

Black and white bedroom

black and white scandinavian bedroom design

Black and white is a breeze when it comes to creating a compelling, eye-friendly interior. About Lily.

All blue bedrooms

all blue bedroom interior design

Blues are known for their relaxing properties. Here they decorate a bedroom designed by Anna Marselius.

All gray living rooms

all gray living room interior

A muted palette of gray and white tones creates a calm atmosphere in Katharina Berggreen’s house.

Light blue bedroom

Aqua master bedroom design

A palette of bright aquas connects this New England Home bedroom.

Sky blue bedroom

light blue living room design

A light blue palette makes this beach living room look calm. Via Home Bunch.