Turquoise and Green BedroomRustic Bedroom, San Francisco
Photo © Kelly Berg, 2011
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Rev it up with a shot of pinkThis super-calming bedroom has been built on layers of our hero green, along with splashes of soft turquoise and off-white. But for an enlivening colour boost, check out that vase of pink blooms.Pink and green should never be seen? The first rule of interior design is surely to break a few rules. Experiment with other flowers, too – since they’re so easy to swap in and out; a bundle of cornflowers, say, would create an entirely different effect, again in an instant.See 10 ways to use green in your bedroom
Wake up with a shot of mintPastel colours are subtle, tranquil and composed, as this delicate, washed-out mint green wall proves. If you don’t want your pastel palette to look twee or too retro, try layering different fabrics and textures, and bring in accents of similar colours. The only problem with this scheme is, you won’t want to get out of bed in the morning.