Pair neutrals with pops of colours for a couple-friendly space.

If you and your partner have different views when it comes to colour, decorating your bedroom can become a real challenge. However, creating a space that is comfortable and inviting for both of you is not impossible. By using a neutral colour palette as a foundation, you can then add pops of complementary accent colours that both of you love.

Start by selecting a colour scheme that incorporates neutrals, such as dove grey, taupe, and pewter, for a crisp and fresh feel, or warm neutrals like chocolate, sand, beige, and tan for a cosier atmosphere. Painting all the trim white is an excellent way to create a clean and grounding foundation that sets the stage for your décor.

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Once you've established your neutral base, it's time to add some pops of colour to your bedroom. Select a couple of accent colours in complementary hues that both you and your partner love. By limiting the number of accent colours to two or three, the room will feel visually cohesive and not cluttered.

For example, if you chose lemon yellow as one of your accent colours, consider incorporating it into your bed linen to complement your crisp grey walls. Alternatively, you could pair your cream interior with a pale sky-blue feature wall. The key is to choose colours that work well together and are pleasing to both you and your partner.

Remember that when decorating a bedroom designed for two, communication is key. Be open to your partner's suggestions and ideas, and work together to create a space that reflects both your personalities and styles. With a neutral colour palette and a few well-placed pops of colour, you can create a beautiful and harmonious bedroom that both you and your partner will love.

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