The Best Turquoise Paint Colors for Your Bedroom

Looking for a serene sanctuary in your home? A place where you can escape the stress and the noise of daily life? Turquoise paint colors are an ideal choice to make your bedroom feel like a tranquil escape. The hints of pale blue and green colors will put you in a calm state of mind.

Because turquoise is a strong color, it’s important to understand what colors compliment it. There are plenty of paint colors that go with turquoise, like brown, beige, gray, and other blues or greens. It is easy to envision this brilliant paint used in a decorative pattern or custom design on one of your walls, making a bedroom or nursery a unique and one-of-a-kind space.

There is a reason homeowners are consistently drawn to turquoise. It really does calm us down.

Psychologists have documented the calming impact aqua, and blue has on us. It can help reduce blood pressure and lower heart rate – making it an ideal choice for your bedroom wall color.

Using one or more of these turquoise colors for bedrooms is an excellent idea for both your interior design dreams and your actual dreams!

PPG Teal We Meet Again

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Teal We Meet Again is a dark, pure, teal aqua-green. It is a perfect paint color for your bedroom. Even though it is a strong color, it is easily balanced by other neutral tones, like white, black, and wood tones.

PPG Icy Teal

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On the lighter end of the turquoise spectrum is Icy Teal. It is a soft aqua color that borders on gray. It’s perfect because while it functions like a neutral, it’s effective in highlighting architectural details for a fresh and modern look.

PPG Artesian Well

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Take a color tip from this living room and paint trim and walls the same color. It creates a unifying color message, and even with wall color as bold as this turquoise, what you notice first aren’t the walls, but the accents and the furnishings.

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PPG Hypnotic Sea

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Hypnotic Sea is a dark, bright, tropical turquoise aqua with an aquamarine undertone. It’s a beautiful choice for your bedroom walls, especially in rooms with lots of natural light. With its classic and comfortable look and gray undertones, it sets the mood for a restful night.

PPG Teal Bayou

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This color is a top turquoise bedroom color. This shade is soft and pure. Try pairing it with beige or tan for a beachy bedroom look. Adding soft white complements will create a dreamy feel.

PPG’s Teal Bayou is a similar color. It is a perfect paint color for an accent wall. Pair it with lighter yellow surrounding walls.

PPG Caribbean Crush

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This is a perfect paint color for a kid’s room. Turquoise captures a moment in time, making it perfect for rooms with vintage flair. It complements the eclectic mix of furniture and artwork in this dining room’s bar.

Caribbean Crush is a great base color for turquoise bedrooms. You can complement it with darker turquoise shades or have an accent wall in something like orange, yellow, or purple. Pops of color from pillows, curtains, and decor will look lovely against this soft aqua backdrop.

PPG Cascade

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Cascade is a light jewel tone that creates the perfect elegant atmosphere for those looking to bring their bedrooms to the next level.

To see more turquoise paint colors, check out our color gallery! Consider hiring Paintzen’s professional interior painters to help transform your bedroom using this beautiful shade of paint. Click the link below to get a free and instant online quote.

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Kelley Rebori

Kelley Rebori has written for national brands like Paintzen, HGTV, the DIY Network and Trulia for more than a decade. She loves home renovation projects, chocolate icing and small poodles. She and her husband split the year between their homes in Tennessee and Italy.