Teal might be the IT color to use in bedrooms, with its perfectly balanced combination of relaxing green and soothing blue undertones — where creating a restful and inviting atmosphere is always a priority. Teal’s fresh and vibrant vibe feels especially timely, perhaps because of the anticipation of spring’s longer days and warmer weather.
The greenish-blue color goes well with various interior design types, from modern to traditional, but we love how it brightens up bohemian-style spaces. Have we already piqued your interest? Continue reading to learn how to pull off a teal bohemian bedroom with ease.
1. More isn’t always better.
Want to take your bohemian bedroom design to the next level? The walls should be teal, but the ceiling should be white. A collection of sliding factory-style doors adds depth and the illusion of privacy, while an artwork gallery wall and herringbone wood floors add elegance. Murmur used a barely-there pendant light, layers of blankets, and lush greenery to create this haven.
2. Use accessories to add functionality.
A teal bohemian bedroom idea that you can quickly change out if you get tired of? Of course, there are accessories. Throw pillows and blankets in bright colors contrast beautifully with crisp white bedding. A high-contrast red boucherouite rug adds more color and softness underfoot, while Eva Loyola grounds the look.
3. Choose brightly colored bedding.
If you like the look of teal but prefer lighter colors, use pale pink walls and organic elements like a seagrass area rug and leather headboard to soften the color. Puckered bohemian bedding with tassels adds texture and personality to the minimalist bedroom.
4. Opt for a color-blocked look.
Color-blocked walls with earth tones for a desert-inspired look are a perfect way to make a significant statement. The cool blue-green hue is balanced by natural wood furniture and woven pendant light, which adds plenty of warmth. Jan Skácelk styled this free-spirited teal bohemian bedroom with her abstract artwork, and we love it.
5. Carry in the southwest.
Teal is a color that can be used in several ways. Pair it with earth tones for a decidedly southwest vibe for the ultimate bohemian bedroom concept; with a smattering of potted plants, bright textiles, an upholstered headboard, and a playful pom pom-flecked duvet, Justina Blakeney ups the ante.
6. Build a focal point with a feature wall.
If you’re easily distracted by many colors but still want to make a statement, this is the outfit for you. Try a feature wall, as suggested by Ave Styles’ Alex Evjen; it’s a dramatic design detail that works wonders by injecting a dose of bold color or pattern without taking over a room. Anchor your boudoir with a rattan bed, then adds a hanging chair and some way for quintessential bohemian flair. A gold chandelier adds a touch of glam to the laid-back vibe.
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