Gray is known for being serene, and there's nothing more classic than white, but don't count out purple just yet. These soothing escapes that span the spectrum from mauve to indigo make a serious case for purple in your bedroom. Whether you want a subtle accent or you're ready to paint your walls lavender, we've got inspo for you.
Purple patterned curtains add a fun pop of color to a bedroom—and block out the light to have you sleep better!
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This Houston house's guest bedroom is covered in a shimmery, pale purple wallpaper. The circular window almost made one wall unusable, until the designers embraced the feature by building the purple headboard around it.
Instead of painting your walls, try a painted ceiling. This purple lattice motif adds color without darkening the room too much.
Cover headboards with an overscale print. It'll help twin beds have more of an impact.
This lilac headboard pops out from the hummingbird wallpaper. A purple throw & pillows help tie it all together.
An antique settee covered in a mauve velvet adds a hint of color to an otherwise neutral bedroom.
We've all heard 's the new millennial pink, but don't let the pastel trend push you toward a chalky color palette. A jolt of orange, like this side table, keeps things from looking too twee.
Though this room brings in purple in a carpet, headboard, chair, and throw, you could opt for a single pop of purple in a bedskirt.
Magenta fabric warms up this bedroom. Layers of natural linen and a coverlet make both beds extra cozy.
Silky purple bedding, paired with a dark wood bed frame? It's sexy without trying too hard. So basically, it's just like you.