How many times have you seen pictures of bedrooms that were decorated with purple bedding and wished you could replicate the scheme? Or, maybe you just wish you were brave enough to indulge in the royal color.
Purple bedding offers all of us the opportunity to indulge in a bit of a regal touch. Selecting a deep amethyst shade is the best option. Being such a pure color deep purple or amethyst will complement almost any bedroom decor.
For those who want to maintain a subtle appearance, using a light yellow paint for the walls and many accent pieces such as pillow shams or even flowers vases can soften the brightness of the deeper royal color. Throw in a little coral coloring from the orange family and chances are you will have a complete bedroom design that is most suitable for almost everyone.
For those of us who enjoy a blast of vibrant colors, match up the amethyst shade with a true red. With two such primary colors, there will be a need to select a lighter pastel color to temper the overall look. Using solid colors as the basis of the room decor, it is quite permissible to toss in a little floral pattern to soften the theme.
Some of us will prefer to keep the colors within the range of shades and hues. For example, lavender walls will offset deep purple bedding and soften the general appearance. Fade the lavender into shades of pink and the bedroom will be totally feminine, fit for a queen.
When selecting the brighter primary colors as one of the three colors used in any room decor, it is essential to select at least one in a pastel shade to visually enlarge the size of the room. Beyond that, choosing a color to complement purple is as easy as it gets.