Why you should care

See how these bedrooms in Malaysia embrace dark colours for an elevated interior.

Common advice dictates that white or neutral colour schemes are better but we encourage you to appreciate the beauty of dark colours.

Studies have proven that sleeping in dark rooms help you achieve more restful slumbers, and don’t we all feel like we could use just that? Although white and neutral hues are versatile, dark shades and jewel tones will give character to your space. Adding dark tones and décor to your bedroom is an interior design decision you won’t regret.

We love how this room embraces black, blue, brown, and grey shades. It turns the bedroom into a comforting cave, perfect for a good night’s sleep.

If black is too much of a leap for you, consider dark jewel tones like this teal. When paired with subtle greys, this room becomes a moody modern interior.

This bedroom has fully transversed the dark side as the colour creates depth, adds character, and looks extremely inviting for a long snooze.

The red brick wall and dark paint make for a rustic interior that is welcoming and stylish.

If you’re looking for a dark bedroom that doesn’t necessarily look like a vampire’s lair, consider greyscale.

Having dark hues in your bedroom help blur the edges of the room, giving the illusion of more space. This is contrary to the popular belief that dark colours make rooms smaller.

The brown and black walls stand out in the bedroom, setting a warm and alluring tone in the space.

We love how dynamic the dark walls are when hit by warm lights. It’s a good display of depth and colour, especially in this room that emits a nest like vibe.

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Why you should care

See how these bedrooms in Malaysia embrace dark colours for an elevated interior.

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