Picking the right colour for our bedroom walls can often make us feel uneasy and downright confused. We ask ourselves, do I want to go for soothing or dramatic? Neutral or out there? The truth is that the bedroom is arguably the most peaceful space in a home. It’s where we get to unravel and have some me-time, so the goal would be to create an atmosphere that reflects that. Ask yourself what you want to come home to after a long day of work? What colour will put you in a better mood? And you will probably find your answer. But, if you’re curious to know what colours people from all around the world tend to pick, after extensive research, our specialists have made a list of the most popular colours people from around the globe are most likely to go for!

Australia

These are the 5 most chosen colours picked in Australia. Sometimes they were chosen beside other shades and other times solo.

Crisp White
Cotton Sheets
Charcoal Heather
Viking Grey
Centurion

White or off-white colours are by far the most popular choice among Australians. Because of this, there is a very wide range of this shade available, like the first two we’ve mentioned. Next, we found that they went for greys. Although we don’t recommend this in big portions for the bedroom.

What we suggest is that you stay away from these colours if you want your bedroom to be one of a kind and stand out! Choosing the safe white or grey will make your bedroom look like every other space, but if you’re willing to take a risk, don’t hesitate to go for a beautiful, bold shade. You might still enjoy classic styles, that’s ok too, but consider working some other colours in besides the white or grey base to make it look unique and elegant at the same time. What colours? You may ask. This completely depends on your personality and the vibe you want to go for. For example, if you want a more intimate, peaceful space different blues will work well. If you study or work in your room, green will help you focus. If you want a lively, fun atmosphere, try orange or red!

If your room is on the larger side and you want to give it a warm, homey feel, different browns and golds will do that for you. If you have a smaller room, lighter shades will make it appear bigger and open.

Now that we’ve talked about the colours most chosen in Australia and the different techniques of choosing the right shade for your room, let’s move on to some other places around the globe.

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White
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Grey
Golden
Pink

5 most popular colors in China

White
Red
Black
Green
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5 most popular colors in France

White
Grey
Beige
Blue
Green

5 most popular colors in Spain

White
Pink
Purple
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White
Beige
Light Green
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5 most popular colours in America

White
Beige
Grey
Blue
Green

5 most popular colors in Canada

White
Beige
Yellow
Green
Grey

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Yellow
White
Blue
Green
Red

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Yellow
Blue
Green
Red
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  • David says:

    I just came across this, It truly is fascinating how powerful colour can be. I completely agree with you on steering far from neutrals, and I’ll definitely keep it in mind. I’ll be sure to contact you for help when I start re decorating.

  • Sara says:

    Colour psychology and the different effects it has on mood is so influential. This post was both interesting and informing to read, I’m looking forward to more from your site, keep up the good work!

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