7 Relaxing Teal Bedroom Ideas

A bedroom theme colour helps to set the tone and create a welcoming atmosphere. We have put together a list of our favourite teal looks, and we hope you will find something here that you fall in love with. We perused through dozens of different pics to bring you this list of seven that we couldn’t bear to whittle down any more.

Solid Backdrop

We love how the wall is in heavy teal but the rest of the bedroom is a collection of light and airy colours. The extensive natural lighting also makes for a very positive experience and brings out the best in this bedroom design.

via Houzz.com

White and Teal

This one stands out even more for its stark use of teal against lighter colours. In fact, the heavy use of white makes the teal wall standout even more and provide a wonderful focal point for the room.

via titanshammer.com

Relaxing Retreat

This is a superb way to make a bedroom that uses the teal focal wall and then subdues it with some lighter colours without going to start and contrasting. We do love the contract the white decoration on the wall makes, though. This room is like having your cake and eating it too, because it has a bit of everything in it.

via Career Girl Daily

Grey and Teal

This is an interesting combination, using grey and teal together. It strikes a tone that’s not too soft and not too bold, creating a comfortable middle ground that is perfect for the bedroom. What really sells the grey look are the wooden touches around the room that give it a rustic feel where it could have easily appeared drab instead.

via House & Garden Magazine UK

The Perfect Complement

After seeing this bedroom look, we are convinced that there is nothing that goes better with a teal back wall than a lovely, green potted plant. The way they complement one another is amazing, not just in their colour but also in the dynamic between the tones they create.

via The Crafted Life

Nature’s Nightstand

Once again, teal and grey are paired together and made to be perfect partners thanks to a rustic addition. The wood stump nightstand not only fits well with the rest of the room, but it’s a novel idea by itself that we now absolutely need beside our bed.

via urbanara.co.uk

Busy Bedroom

There is a lot going on here, but it is all washed over by plenty of natural lighting and a white colour scheme that ties it all together and takes the disparate parts and unifies them. The few natural touches of wood throughout the bedroom look great with the mostly white motif and give it a distinct look all its own.

via Tash South Modern Interiors

Those were our favourite seven picks for teal bedrooms. If you enjoyed the list, please tell us which ones stood out to you and why. Then feel free to share it with your friends so that they can be inspired to rearrange their own bedrooms.