Colorful Bedrooms That'll Make You Wake Up Happier

You snooze you lose.

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Waking up early sucks, so you need to create a bedroom that's a total mood booster. Bright colors will not only make you feel happy, but it'll also energize you, so getting out of bed when your alarm goes off will be a little bit easier. Take inspo from some of our favorite colorful bedrooms, because beige is seriously no way to start the day.

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Turn Up For Turquoise

Not only do these bright turquoise walls add color, but the vibrant, patterned pillows make it feel extra fun. A large window and white bedding keep it feeling light & airy.

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Back In Black

Black might sound scary, but it looks seriously sexy in a bedroom. To keep it from feeling too dark, opt for white bedding and make sure you have enough natural light in the room.

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Half & Half

Keep color from overpowering your space but painting your paneling and leaving the walls light. Opt for a low-to-the-ground bed to show it off even more.

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Dreaming of Paradise

Blue/green palm print wallpaper turns your bedroom into an island paradise. We can practically feel the ocean breeze.

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Annie Schlechter
Boho Goals

The bright pinks, reds, and oranges this wallpaper help soften the edges of an octagonal bedroom. Colorful accents like pillows, bedding, and and rug carry the color scheme throughout the rest of the space.

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Classic blue and white makes an appearance in the guest bedroom. The Roman shade and matching bed cushion are in a Raoul Textiles silk. The nightstand and lamp are from Bunny Williams Home.
Natipernavigare
Feelin' Blue

Blue is one of the most relaxing colors ever, which is part of why this aqua bedroom is so dreamy. The Roman shade and matching bed cushion add some pattern to create dimension.

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Jonny Valiant
An Apple A Day

In a Florida getaway, peach walls contrast with curtains in a green linen. A whimsical apple painting adds color and fun character.

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The light-filled master bedroom is covered in Sandberg's Raphaël wallpaper. A Tilton Fenwick for Target headboard is upholstered in the duo's Jax fabric for Duralee.
Trevor Tondro
Flower Power

You could add fresh flowers—or you could go all out with floral wallpaper. Now you'll have blooms no matter what season it is.

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Stephen Kent Johnson
Cheerio

Cheery yellow stripes make it way easier to rise and shine. If your room doesn't get a lot of natural light, this is a good color to try out.

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Björn Wallander
Lilac Is The New Millennial Pink

Pale purple pops up in the custom headboard, hummingbird wallpaper, and ikat pillow. A textured, neutral rug helps balance it out.

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Prints For Days

Not only are the walls covered in a bold pink and white print, but the bedding is also total patterned boho patterned perfection. Making sure different patterns stay in a similiar color palette keeps a room from feeling too busy.

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Thomas Loof
Eclectic Energy

Gingham curtains help create a focal point in this colorful farmhouse master bedroom. For an eclectic vibe, mix and match patterns and colors.

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Karyn R. Millet
Seeing Green

In this mountain home, curtain-shaded bunks in green were inspired by Pullman train cars. Red plaid bedding creates contrast.

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colleen bashaw pink and orange bedroom
Maura McEvoy
Beach Meets Boho

Instead of sticking with the traditional coastal blue and white, this beach house bedroom takes a bohemian approach. Mixed patterns and texture create a cozy feel.

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colorful paradise bedroom
Roland Bello
Welcome To The Jungle

A hand-painted silk wallcovering turns a New York City master bedroom into an actual paradise. The valances around the window and mirror add an exotic touch, and are upholstered in the same bold, emerald fabric as the headboard.

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Christopher Sturman
Walk On The Wild Side

Even a sophisticated city apartment can afford to go wild in a kid's space. A rainbow-hued Italian Sputnik-style chandelier hangs in a boy's bedroom and a trellis-print cloth covers the walls.

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blue bedroom
Paul Raeside
Blue on Blue

Aqua is flattering in almost any space, and never goes out of style. In the master bedroom of this Long Island home, blue walls are a cool counterpoint to the deeper hues in the fabrics.

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Francesco Lagnese
Gray Gets Glam

Gray might sound dull, but if you choose a silvery-blue hue, it can be seriously glam. Add a mirrored bedside tables and starburst mirror and it'll be OTT luxe.

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Forest Feels

Unexpected, totally, but we're so here for this earthy, forest green. Combine it with rich, patterned textiles and we're done for.

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Brian Doben
Peacock Blue

A blue wall covering livens up this New York master bedroom. The warm browns in the bed are an earthy counterpoint to the strong blue.

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Pastel Perfect

Soft blues and pinks add dimension without overpowering this room. Sheer panels and a wrought-iron bed up the cottage vibes

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Peter Murdock
'merica

This bright, cheery room feels totally kid-friendly. The existing red carpet was paired with hand-painted blue walls.

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Give visitors the royal treatment: a carafe of water, stacks of books and a bedside vase of blooms.
Paul Raeside
A Lotta Terracotta

A Canadian townhouse's guest bedroom exudes warmth with terracotta walls. A large, statement piece of art helps break up the dark color.

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boho bedroom
Victoria Pearson
Genie Bottle

No one would have guessed this room used to be a sad little attic. With a dressing room below and a spot for sleeping up top, this two-level bedroom is a boho dream come true.

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Katie Ridder bedroom
Eric Piasecki
Keep Calm & Carry On

In a Greenwich Village bedroom, the walls are covered with stenciled abstract trees, and a brown bedskirt softens the steel four-post bed. Aqua walls add a calming vibe.

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Eric Piasecki
Mod Moroccan

Bold wallpaper and a patterned bedcover give this guest bedroom a '60s, Moroccan vibe. The modern, orange chairs add more color to the room.

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blue and white bedroom
Tara Donne
Moderation Is Key

Doses of bright hues bring personality without overwhelming this New York apartment. Boiled wool was used for the curtains and headboard to create a cozy and enveloping feel.

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green bedroom
James Merrell
Grass Green

In the master bedroom of this East Hampton, New York, house, strong doses of white balance the summery intensity of the wall. It feels fresh and clean.

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Navy Crazy

Navy blue literally never goes out of style. A textured, rattan bed helps add a fun, boho edge to the traditional color.

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feminine glamour bedroom
James Merrell
Pretty in Pink

Love pink, but fear it's too childish? Choose a bolder fuchsia. Contrast it with a grounding color, like green.

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