I remember doing this post about dark walls and swooning over how moody yet glamorous they were all at the same time. I knew I had to change up my bright coral wall as I was quickly growing old of it and also felt it was a little too young. When I first did it, I loved it, but I was ready for a change. Before I knew it, I discovered something crazy, the navy bedroom wall. And I instantly fell in love. Navy is a color I’m always drawn to but adding it to a wall seemed crazy. Until I tried it! There’s also something about constantly changing my surroundings that has quickly become a habit of mine. I feel like my home is ALWAYS under construction. The bedroom is finally finished and I couldn’t be more thrilled.
Navy Bedroom Ideas
For the bedroom overhaul, I partnered with Homepolish to help me pull this navy bedroom wall concept off with ease. We started with an in-home consult with Sandie who’s based here in Atlanta. She came to my home to go over my vision and so that she can see my entire home and space. I knew I wanted to do the navy wall because for me, it feels like a neutral and can go with so many colors. Plus doing a dark wall was something I was just dying to try. Good news is Sandie loves a good dark wall too. Her bedroom has a black wall which I’m obsessed with so I was glad we were on the same page! After we chatted and she checked out my inspiration from Pinterest and my home, she came back for a follow-up appointment. She brought paint swatches and fabric samples for me to look over which was great.
“Navy is a color I’m always drawn to, but adding it to a wall seemed crazy. Until I tried it!”
After deciding on this perfect navy, Valspar Royal Navy, it was off to shop for duvets. This was actually a lot more difficult than I expected. I always knew shopping for bedding was not an easy task. Who knew finding a grey set would be so difficult? I ended up with a grey and white chevron printed duvet. To add some more patterns, I added a diamond sheet set to the bed. Originally, I wanted to add blush and pinks to the room so that it complimented my living room. However, after Sandie brought over these mustard yellow pillows, I was sold. I absolutely loved how it pulled the room together and also added a touch of boho to the whole look.
Navy And Mustard Bedroom
The navy bedroom wall mixed with the grey and mustard accents was a color combination I didn’t even know I’d love. But it’s now my favorite room in my home. A few brass accents like these pretty lamps and H&M accessories completed the entire look.
TIP: When thinking about transforming your space and trying a really dark color, I recommend going with something you already love. If you love green, try a deep hunter green. If you’re more into minimlist neutrals, try charcoal. I love navy, so this was a no brainer to try!
I hope this dark wall trend is here to stay because I have to say, I’m so in love with how it turned out. My home is small and I wish I had more rooms in my home because a charcoal wall would totally be next. This room has been painted three times now and this is hands down the best it’s ever looked. It feels grown up, moody and a little romantic if you ask me. Huge thanks to Homepolish for helping me pull off the dark wall trend and transforming my space.
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