Deep, rich colors like navy are forecasted to trend in the next year, a carryover from 2016. Navy is a fantastic color for a bedroom because it adds beautiful drama. The dark shade also makes a room feel cozy and den-like, perfect for winding down after a hectic day.
"Stunning" by Benjamin Moore is a gorgeous navy to consider for your bedroom. It is as close to a true indigo as you can get it, and it lives up to its name -- the color does look stunning in this bedroom from Sway Design.
At the end of the day, you want a space where you can relax. Serene paint colors that evoke a retreat-like feeling in the bedroom will be popular in the upcoming year, according to paint companies. Calm and soothing paint colors that mix light blue, green, and transitional grays can transform a room into a tranquil haven.
"Wedgewood Gray" from Benjamin Moore, shown in this lovely bedroom designed by Nagwa Seif, is a favorite bedroom paint color because it is such a comforting and peaceful hue.
White continues to be one of the most widely used home paint colors. A classic color, white offers a clean, fresh canvas on which you can layer accent colors and patterns in your fabrics, accessories, and art.
In bedrooms, white walls mixed with beautiful and soft textures in bedding evoke a fresh and cozy retreat, as in this bedroom by Driven by Decor. The walls are painted in Farrow and Ball "All White."
Lighter cool or icy blues will continue to be trendy bedroom paint colors in 2017. As an alternative to traditional white, cool light blues provide a fresh, clean feeling along with a bit more color than white.
Icy blues like "Glass Slipper" by Benjamin Moore, painted in this beautiful bedroom designed by Heather Scott Home and Design, can also serve as the perfect backdrop for rich colors and patterns in fabrics and textiles.
Grays were one of the most popular paint color trends for 2016, and paint companies believe grays will continue to be top picks for 2017. In the bedroom, warm grays or transitional soft grays that lean blue complement almost any decor, floor undertone, and accent color.
In this light and soft bedroom, the wall color, "Windsong" by Benjamin Moore via Studio McGee, is cut with 50 percent white to coordinate with rich wood flooring and darker blue accents used throughout the room.