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Our Top 3 Most Romantic Master Bedroom Colors


White Bed with Romantic Lilac Flowers and Pink Tray


Your bedroom should be a retreat from the outside world. A place you can express who you are and surround yourself with the things that make you happy. One of the quickest ways to transform a boring bedroom is through the creative use of color.


A fresh coat of paint and a coordinating bedding set is the easiest way to make your space feel brand new. Read on for our favorite romantic master bedroom colors and learn the best ways to makeover your space with coordinating room colors.


Deep Red


Classy Bedroom with Elegant Red Bedding and Antique Chair


We know, we know. It’s the obvious choice. But there’s a good reason for that. Red is an uber-romantic color that oozes passion and intensity. It can also create a surprisingly relaxed and mellow atmosphere in your bedroom.


The trick is to look for deep, warm undertones for a feel that’s decidedly sultry and sophisticated (rather than angry and intense).


When choosing wall paint, skip the fire-engine red and look for a deep crimson or burgundy shade instead. This helps tone down any loud energy and keeps your space feeling serene. If you’re color-shy, a red accent wall is the perfect way to add a pop of color without committing to a total transformation.


We recommend choosing an all-white bedding set to coordinate with your red walls. Alternatively, you can master romantic master bedroom colors by investing in a red bedding set to match white or lighter-toned walls.


Blush Pink

Long dismissed as sickly sweet and overly girly, blush pink is back in a big way. We couldn’t be happier, because this classically romantic color is perfect for any bedroom. Blush pink bedding set adds just the right touch of romance without overwhelming your space.


A light, neutral pink duvet set will work wonderfully with almost any wall color. Our favorite coordinating room colors include mossy and forest greens, off-whites, and blue-greys.


If you’re choosing pink for your wall color, look for brown, almost muddy undertones that will cancel out any saccharine hues. This new update on pink is just so incredible as a sophisticated, grown-up romantic master bedroom color.



Off-White and Cream


White Romantic Bedding with Coordinating Room Colors


Believe it or not, white can be one of the most romantic master bedroom colors of all. When you get it right, a white color scheme can recall Mediterranean villas, warm countrysides, and 5-star resorts. It doesn’t get more romantic than that!


It’s easy to get overwhelmed when choosing a white paint color for your bedroom walls. With thousands of shades in enticing names like Cloud White and Cotton Balls you easily can get lost in a sea of swatches.


Here’s the secret: any shade of white will look great in your bedroom as long as you look for warm (but not too yellow) undertones. Avoid a stark, clinical look by nixing any white that has a blue-ish tone. Instead look for neutral, light yellow, or even soft red undertones.


White is wonderfully versatile and surprisingly diverse. Our favorite way to work with white is by combining pure-white bedding in natural materials with a warm white wall color. Add in woven blankets and pillows for texture and visual interest.


With so many ways to work with color, you can easily change the look of your bedroom to match the changing seasons, improve your mood, or follow your favorite trends. Check out our vibrant bedding sets for a fool-proof way to mix and match your bedding with coordinating room colors.