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12 Best Guest Room Colour Combination Ideas to Welcome Guests in a Delightful Manner

Published On: Jan 20, 2023

Enhance your interior decor game with these guest room colour combination ideas 

As the guest room is one of the most integral parts of your home, doing the interior decor thoughtfully is imperative. A well-designed and appealing guest room colour design gives visitors a sense of calmness and relaxation. Honestly, we all want our guests to be treated nicely, as being Indian we believe in “Athithi Devo Bhava”. Give your guest room a complete makeover with Interior Company decor ideas whether you are building a house from scratch or just performing the renovation. These guest room colour design ideas will assist you in gaining the utmost satisfaction. Keep reading this blog to know more.

1. Green Symbolises Growth

Green Symbolises Growth
Modern Wooden Panelling Style Decor 

This is one of the best guest room colour designs that features a light and neutral tone of green. The accent wall features a slightly darker tone of green on the wooden panel. Moreover, this guest room features several wooden items and woodwork. The flooring of this guest room consists of wooden planks that elevate the overall decor. The wooden drawer and bed go well with the decor idea.

2. Simulate your Mood with Light Colours Incorporation

Light Tones to Light Up Guest Bedrooms

This is one of the subtle guest room colour combinations. This guest room features all light colour tones in the room. The white and grey colour is applied to the walls and ceiling. However, the accent wall features light wooden panels in light brown. This charming guest room features monochromatic chandlers and grey colour studio land that goes well with the decor idea. However, the floor features dark wooden flooring to add a contrasting effect to the guest room. 

3. Go Minimalistic

Go Minimalistic
Minimal yet Efficient Guest Room Design

One of the best colours for a guest room, light green colour is ideal for applying to the guest room, as it is a neutral tone that doesn't need a specific colour combination to elevate the room's decor. This guest room features light green colours on the walls, including the accent wall. However, white colour is applied to the ceiling; similarly, white-coloured vitrified tile is used for flooring. The lighting also plays a vital role in enhancing the decoration idea for a room. The warm lighting enhances the overall decor.

4. Adding Warmth with Chocolate Brown

Adding Warmth with Chocolate Brown
Compact yet Efficient Guest Room Design

Small rooms can't be decorated in style is a myth. This guest room is a perfect example that might change your perception towards space utilisation. Pearl white and chocolate white colours are applied on the wall. The accent wall features a wooden frame with a cushion attached to the wall. Opposite the accent wall, a striped chocolate colour wall is situated that contrasts the decor. Moreover, the ceiling features a solid white colour, and the floor features a textured design which looks mesmerising and elevates the guest room decor.

5. All Wood for a Classic Touch

All Wood for a Classic Touch
Woodwork Inclusion for Refreshment

This is one of the stunning guest room designs as all the walls, including the floor, feature a wooden element that gives the room an elite touch. However, the ceiling features a solid white colour. The accent wall features a two-toned striped wooden design to elevate the room's decor; a warm colour rope light is perfectly hidden in the ceiling that projects light on the wall. All the walls feature different colour woods that give the room a retro touch while holding its ultramodern classic design.

6. Pearl White for Purity

Pearl White for Purity
Pearl White that Draws Attention in the Guest Bedroom

This is one of the stunning guest room colour designs that are fit for everyone. The action wall features an off-white panel divided into three parts adjacent to the wooden panels that complement the accent wall. Moreover, the other walls feature pearl white, similar to the false ceiling. The flooring consists of off-white colour Dharmeta marble.

7. Gun Metal Gray that Adds Depth to the Decor

Gun Metal Gray that Adds Depth to the Decor
Gray Colour that Gives an Enchanting Touch

This is one of the best guest room colour combination ideas. Every other decoration is created in a way that gives a contrasting appeal. However, this guest room features two different light colours that elevate the overall decor. The accent wall and the opposite one feature a light tone of grey, complimented by a solid white ceiling. In addition, two suspended lights and one spotlight of back colour are situated, preventing the space from getting overexposed to light colours.

8. Wood Panelling with Geometrical Shapes

Wood Panelling with Geometrical Shapes
Adding Sweetness with Chocolate Brown

This wall colour combination for guest room feature light and dark colour that gives the room a contrasting appeal. The wall features a lime green colour. However, chocolate brown is applied on the panel attached to the accent wall. The suspended lamp adjacent to the bed also features the same colour. The floor consists of beige colour vitrified, complementing the overall decor.

9. Elegant Colour Blocking Technique

Elegant Colour Blocking Technique
Colour Blocking that Gives an Elite Touch

This guest room wall paint design features a modern colour-blocking technique that elevates the overall decor. You have often seen guest rooms that feature more than one colour. However, this guest room is different from the rest as it features two colours on the same accent wall in the form of colour blocks. You can see the accent wall features the third grid rule if you horizontally divided the accent wall into three halves, one-third area of the wall features grey colour and the other two feature white colour. The same tone of white colour is applied to the false ceiling. To complement the overall decor the furniture and fixture also feature the same grey colour on the body.

10. Purple for the Sense of Calmness, Relaxation and Class

Purple for the Sense of Calmness, Relaxation and Class
The Purple that Assists you Fantasise and Romanticise

This is one of the stunning guest bedroom colour ideas. This room is mainly exposed with a purple colour associated with luxury, wealth and spirituality. The accent wall features purple with a brick layout texture and is directed towards the adjacent walls. However, the wall opposite the accent wall features a solid white colour. Likewise, the ceiling features a white colour. A wide white-coloured cushion headrest is directed towards both the end of the feature wall complementing the overall appeal of this guest room.

11. Adding Warmth with Wooden Panels

Adding Warmth with Wooden Panels 
Go, Green!! 

This guest room paint design features a dark green shade that resembles camo green. The accent wall is divided into 5 equal parts with panels. The accent wall is equipped with two warm-tone lights that enhance the room’s overall appearance. Moreover, the false ceiling feature a wooden border with a pearl white colour applied. At the same time, the central area is well-lit and features a solid white colour. The adjacent wall features a wooden frame with glass attachments.

12. Add More Colours for Vibrancy

Add More Colours for Vibrancy
Triple Tone Effect for Guest Bedrooms

This bedroom features a triple tone; all three colours are light and neutral. The colour on the accent wall, in comparison with the other two, is slightly dark green. The accent wall features green colour with solid white skirting. However, the adjacent wall features a somewhat lighter tone of green, and the ceiling features a solid white colour. The flooring consists of wooden-themed floor tiles that complement the overall appearance.

Bonus: Use Tiles to Make Your Accent Wall Invincible

Bonus: Use Tiles to Make Your Accent Wall Invincible

Tile it Up

This is one of the guest bedroom colour ideas as it features tiles on the accent wall replacing the colours. Tiles on the wall make the decor invincible as it is stain-free and much more durable than the other paint applications. The accent wall features a wooden panel on half of it from the floor, and the rest features 3D textured tiles of an off-white colour. The floor feature beige-coloured tiles that go well with the idea of decor. The false ceiling features a solid white colour.

In addition, a warm-toned rope light is fixed on the accent wall and the false ceiling, creating a warm and comfy environment.

Guest Room Decor Made Simple

We hope you like the guest room colour combination ideas and get inspired to create, renovate and reinvent. Most of the above-mentioned guest room design ideas can be executed with minimal effort. These colour combination ideas are capable of elevating your guest room design. For bespoke guest room decor and inspirations, contact the experts at Interior Company. 

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    Q1. Which one is better, tiles or paints on the wall?

    Ans. Which one is better is a somewhat subjective question, for some tiles are best as it is durable, stain free and lustrous. On the other hand, some might feel paints are best due to their low cost, and you can change them whenever you want without putting a load on your pocket.

    Q2. What is colour blocking paint technique?

    Ans. Colour blocking is one of the latest painting designs where you can apply more than one colour on the same wall in geometrical shapes.

    Q3. What do you mean by wood panelling?

    Ans. Wood panelling is one of the interior decor styles where you can attach the wooden panel to the accent wall and apply colour as per your preference, giving a depth effect to your wall. It gives a premium touch to the interior decor design.

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