According to the psychological tests, the color most of us love is blue. And what color goes best with blue? Gray of course! A bedroom in the combination of these colors looks so comfortable and inviting that you will want to spend all your time there. Such a combination is especially cool with vintage furniture, but some modern pieces would also be on point. If you want to relax, add some white or silver to the color scheme with furniture, pillows, vases and other accessories. If you want some drama and exquisiteness, add black. Blue can be bright or rich – it has to match the right shades of grey. Check out some inspirational photos below and enjoy the work of designers.
Gray and dark blue bedrooms
Gray and navy have become one of the most popular and daring color combinations, which are widely used in different homes with all kinds of decoration styles. Gray is more of a relaxing color, and navy gives it depth and calm at the same time. I love the lighter shades of gray mixed with navy – they look very cool! But if you like moody spaces, you can try graphite gray and navy. Typically, designers and homeowners prefer to make gray the main color and add accents in navy: a statement wall, throw pillows, an upholstered bed, and nightstands and benches. If you prefer color, choose dark blue walls and add touches of gray to furniture and accessories.
Another popular shade of dark blue is midnight blue, which is more commonly paired with dove gray and other light grays. This is a classic color scheme that gives the room the ultimate sophisticated and luxurious feel. Although some of you might say it’s too contrasting and looks formal, it’s a very bold and dramatic idea.
Gray and light blue bedrooms
Lighter shades of blue are welcome if you love color! Turquoise, tiffany blue, sky blue, electric blue and more – all of these will make your space more cheerful and inviting. You can see bright and bold shades of blue everywhere – from ocean inspired bedrooms to modern bedrooms – blues suit any style! It’s up to you whether you want to pair them with darker or lighter shades of gray – bold blues always make a statement, but more often you’ll see light gray bedrooms with light blue accents. If you are not sure about this or that shade, then first try to use bedding of such a color so that you understand whether it suits or not. Then you can add other accessories to the bedroom: pillows, lamps, artwork and much more. Of course, you can also make your blue color the main color in the room and calm it down with a touch of gray: bedding, furniture, pillows, accessories and other things.