Jose Manuel Alorda
From Prussian to Tiffany to cobalt, it is safe to say designers are mad about blue. The great hue, renowned for its ability to incite feelings of calmness is a designer go-to for bedrooms. Although some revere hushed shades of blue that conjure up visions of sea and sky, others want far more attention-obtaining shades—think: royal blue and cerulean—that evoke nautical notes, especially when paired with snippets of brilliant white. And let’s not forget the moodiest iterations of all: indigo and navy. Both hues pair very easily with neutrals like cognac (not to point out, quasi-neutrals like leopard), and have a knack for building even basic principles like simple white bedding look magnificently richer.
If you’ve been rhapsodizing about a blue bedroom, take into account pulling inspiration from traditional blue decor. Ginger jars, for instance, can give a spectacular leaping-off issue for blue bedrooms, as can traditional