You must see turquoise in clothing and accessories popularly and don’t how good this color is when used in the bedroom. Our 20 turquoise bedroom ideas will provide the most exact answer to you.
1. Turquoise Canvas
Specht Harpman Architects
Paint the walls the same color as the ceiling to get a seamless look. Bright turquoise brings a sophisticated and elegant atmosphere.
2. Look Up
Lark Interior Design
Make a focal point by painting your ceiling turquoise. Then pick some furnishings to design with the same color to create the connection such as the headboard, two stools, and a throw pillow, as seen in this bedroom. Remember to keep the rest of the room in white or beige to accentuate the turquoise elements.
3. Fabric Pattern
Margaret Donaldson Interiors
In this bedroom, variants of turquoise are used in order to bring in a classy and stunning space. Especially, the duvet cover was painted in the same patterns as the ceiling to introduce an interesting visual.
Heather Picinich Interiors
This combination created an ideal bedroom for your daughter. These muted turquoise shelves and desks that paired with a pink bedframe did well at their job to create a sweet atmosphere.
5. Striped Walls
Simply Wesley, LLC
When the bedroom was designed enough serene and light, the homeowner decided to paint the striped walls white and muted turquoise to bring a touch of conviviality.
6. Get Framed
Mary DeWalt Design Group
Intermix deep grey with a darker of hue turquoise to impart an elegant look. Adorn a little white on two symmetry table lamps and the blanket to bring an interest contrasting.
There’s no denying that bright tones completely match with turquoise. In this bedroom by D2 Interieurs, a white ceiling, a white tufted bed, and an ivory sheepskin rug are the main factor for bringing the mood.
8. Hang It
Mary DeWalt Design Group
Every area in this bedroom introduces its turquoise and white scheme such as a bed, sofa, table lamps, white window with a turquoise curtain, and nightstand. Together, they provide a cohesive look to give the owner comfortable experiences. In addition, warmth comes from the lights and neutral floor.
9. Light Up
Terrie Koles Design, llc
Pops of turquoise do not appear frequently in this bedroom by Terrie Koles Design, LLC, but it’s enough to give the owner a youthful and refreshing feel. The accent wall is complemented with gloss patterns to add a chic edge.
10. Turquoise And Pink
The harmonious intermix of pink and turquoise from walls to bed, from the curtain to the floor set a playful and feminine touch to this bedroom.
Robin Gonzales Interiors
By painting some plants on the accent wall, Robin Gonzales Interiors has created a fun and stunning wall. Of course, this is a focal point all over the room.
12. More Greens
Andrew Howard Interior Design
Green is also a nice color when combined with turquoise. You can find from this combination a fun and contemporary appeal.
13. Chartreuse And Turquoise
Ashley Taylor Home LLC
A deep turquoise backdrop with bold chartreuse doesn’t help this bedroom become brighter but imagine that you lay down on this bed with yellow light over, what a warm space.
14. Mint Turquoise
Mint turquoise surely impresses you with its shades. This bedroom is an excellent example of the vibe it brings to your little girl.
15. Minty Bed
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design
See turquoise acts as a backdrop too much. Do the opposite. Paint your bedframe with a lighter shade of turquoise as seen in this bedroom, you will have a part where turquoise is an accent point.
16. Chic With Gold
Pairing gold geometric patterns with turquoise walls and white furnishings exudes chic and modernity.
17. Dress ‘Em Up
Want to add turquoise to your room but painting a wall takes too much time and effort? Dressing up your bed first. Instantly, this change might bring your bedroom a new mood. Or else, you can easily change for a new color if find it unsuitable.
18. Pops Of Turquoise
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
Have only the area rug and headboard in turquoise and keep the rest of the room white to make for a beautiful contrast. The same pattern on the rug and headboard bring a cohesive look and an eclectic feel.
19. Sitting Pretty
Georgette Westerman Interiors
Look like having no cohesion in color but this turquoise chaise lounge added fun and elegance to this brown bedroom.
20. Striking Wall Art
Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
A turquoise custom mural is not a bad choice to add turquoise. Draw a variety of flowers and an angel in the center to create a convivial space.