Blue Rooms to Cheer Up Your Blue Monday

January 18th, 2016 in All About Blinds

Many of us may have had the pleasure to enjoy a white weekend, but now it’s back to work, for what is supposedly the gloomiest day of the year- Blue Monday. The weather is frightful, holidays and the summer seems all too far away and, well, it’s a Monday.

We think that blue has been given a bad name, and in fact it’s one of the most wonderful of colours, especially when it comes to decorating your house. So we’ve rounded up some of our favourite ‘Blue’ rooms that’ll make you swoon, and cheer your day right up.

Dining Room

Abbey Cornflower Blue Roman Blind

If a blue room sounds a bit daunting for the colour-phobes amongst us, then adding a touch of colour through your window dressings is the way to go. Bring the colour around the room with accessories, such as cushions and ornaments to create a serene vibe.

Kid’s Bedroom

Balloons Flying High Blackout Roller Blind

Research shows that blue is the best colour for bedrooms since it promotes calmness, and this bedroom shows it beautifully. Build up a palette of similar tones, with the palest of hues offering an alternative to white.

Master Bedroom

For something a bit more sophisticated, go for the mediterranean theme. Deep blues against crisp white, with a touch of copper thrown in make the theme perfect for a mature space.


For the ultimate in country themes, duck egg wooden cupboards and a gorgeous Belfast Sink are the essential starting point. Make sure there’s a vase of fresh meadow flowers to hand and your haven awaits.

Home Office

If a flat wall of colour isn’t quite the look for you, then add panelling in a majestic oxford blue shade. It’s also the perfect look for a library or home office, especially when mixed with plenty of natural wooden features.

Even More

Browse more wonderful rooms with our Interiors: Bold and Blue board on Pinterest

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When I'm not writing posts for the Blinds 2go blog, you can find me getting inspiration from other bloggers and interior design magazines. I also love using Pinterest and Houzz to get plenty of inspiration too!

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