Bedroom / April 21, 2018 / Jayda Hummel.
With this cleverly selected black felted wool rug, “the effect is twofold – blanketing the floors with a deep colour palette creates drama and space.”
As our regular readers know by now, there’s an entire belief system dedicated to the way colours make us look and feel, called ‘Colour Psychology’. Red happens to be one of the basic colours (along with blue and yellow), and it is one that immediately catches the eye.
However, not many people dare to add this brilliant colour to their bedrooms, as they’re too scared that it might overwhelm the space. And if there’s one space in the house that needn’t be overwhelmed, it’s the bedroom, since its main purpose is to calm and relax us.
Keep in mind that, when it comes to red, it is the finish that seems to make the biggest difference in a room’s atmosphere. While matte finishes give the room a more understated look, glossy reds are ideal for red bedroom ideas with a rich, exotic look. Then, hues like Berry red bring in a touch of purple, taking the entire room’s ambience in another direction!