Red is a color of passion, romance and energy. Adding accents of this fiery hue helps turn your bedroom into a far more energetic and engaging space. Any backdrop that is neutral in nature lets your accent colors shine through in an unhindered fashion. As a rule, the greater number of colors you use, the less the impact of accent shades. By sticking to a fairly simple black and white color scheme, you give the best possible chance for your scorching red accents to make a lasting visual impact.
Most home owners tend to confuse between spaces that are airy and fresh and ones that are simply large. Size of the room has pretty much nothing to do with the vibe it exudes. Small bedrooms can look airy and pleasing when done right. Lighting and color play pretty much the most important part in it all. Try to keep the color combinations in a compact bedroom to a minimum. If you can work out a color scheme with white as the backdrop and introduce single accent color by using pillows, fabric or décor, then it appears all the more modern and graceful.
When we talk about black and white bedrooms, most readers tend to limit themselves strictly to these two colors. But that need not always be the case, as there are plenty of other colors in both dark and light shades that can create a similar monochromatic effect. Grey is one of the hottest new neutrals, and when used correctly, it can create the visual effect of a black and white bedroom. Darker shades of grey coupled with the right lighting can substitute for the traditional black. You can even tone down one of the two colors to craft a bedroom that is more to your liking.