A purple-themed bedroom is worth considering if you’re painting or refurbishing your bedroom. You can have purple curtains, bedding, accessories, or even paint your bedroom walls mauve.

There are many variants of purple color you can use, from deep purple, lilac, lavender, and so on. A bedroom customized with matching purple color will radiate a cozy, stylish, and home-sweet-home look.

It can be mixed with other colors like white, red, blue, or yellow to enhance the taste of your purple bedroom.  

Read on to discover some purple bedroom hacks you can use for your bedroom. 

21+ Stunning Purple Bedroom Ideas & Pictures

Purple Attic Bedroom

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Selecting a color scheme aesthetic for your bedroom can be difficult because you want to choose a color that leads to maximum relaxation. A purple bedroom will help you relaxed and feel uplifted, with some gorgeous wood furniture and skylight windows.

Girl’s Purple Bedroom

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Purple is not always associated with romance, but there are reasons to choose this shade of color for a theme. Purple is associated with passion and creativity. You can even emboss the furniture with a shade of the color for more consistency. Notice the minimalist aesthetic headboard, lilac pillow, and the distinct pattern on the window curtains. Consider adding a peel and stick wallpaper design like you see above the headboard. It’s a great backdrop for drawings. 

Organized Pink & Purple Plush

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Purple may not be your favorite color but it is appropriate for a bedroom for the person seeking to get creative. More and more people are choosing a purple aesthetic for their bedrooms, both for the color and atmosphere. It’s a muted shade here with some basic furniture styles adorning the room.

Humble Option

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Paint your room with an off-the-wall color like purple. It is an elegant and sophisticated way to create a unique and stylish look. This isn’t a gorgeous space, per say, but it’s got plenty of wall space to splash this brighter shade of color all over the place. 

Purple Wall Bedroom With White Trim

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We’re big fans of these colorful spaces because they give the room a lived-in appearance. The walls are a soft purple and the carpet is easily digestible. The best part about purple them is it’s a unique style of decoration that you can find all over Instagram. It is also a huge trend in interior design among many decorators.

Simple Purple

If you find having a variety of purple colors overwhelming, you can just resort to having a plain and simple design.

Simply have the walls painted purple and have the rest of your room remain as plain and brief as possible. For instance, in the picture, it’s just a bed and a nice accompaniment of a chest of drawers with a warm night lamp to enhance it.

Simple Purple-themed Multipurpose Space

Some if not most spaces in our homes also happen to be study rooms. This means apart from your bed and furniture, you also have a chair and a desk.

You can try matching your entire room with a complete set of purple furniture and accessories. This creates a home-sweet-home atmosphere while doing your work- maybe even incorporate a murphy bed into the closet space for when unexpected guests come over!

Complete Set With Cupboards and Cabinets

It’s amazing to have a room equipped with cabinets and wall units all painted in your favorite color – purple.

That means that all your drawers, shelves, table, desk, and the nice fluffy carpet are all purple.

Sweet Lilac Space For Toddlers

Toddlers sometimes can be too restless, crying loudly all the time. How about decorating their rooms with lovely lilac mini cribs, toys, and room accessories? This will make them calmer, smile more, and cry less. 

You can decorate their entire space with bright white walls, soft-purple colored curtains, and small colorful wall patterns.

Hotel Room Chic

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All Purple Bedroom

Having an entirely purple space may seem shady but if you take a closer look, it’s awesome. Check out this room where everything including room accessories, curtains, flowers, even the wall picture has colorful flowers.

It can also blend in well with some shade of green decor.


How about having a sleeping area simply lit with purple lights? Perhaps if you’d like to maintain the original color of your room, maybe white or peach, you can complement the entire room with appropriate lighting.

Your room will feel warm and the dim lights will enhance your sleep or make you fall asleep faster.

Purply Accent-Walled

It does no harm to add bits of patterns and shapes to your elegant wall. You can go the extra mile and paint your wall with various defined shapes that will give your room a unique look.

From the picture, you can see that the purple color has been laced in between thick defined white lines that transform the look of the glamorous wall.

A Mix of Light and Dark Purply Bedroom


You don’t need to entirely depend on one purple color to enhance the purple taste. You can mix in different shades of purple color to enhance the look in sleep area.

For example, your curtains can be light lavender contrasting with dark purply walls and accessories.

Purple Girly

If you have a young daughter, maybe about six or seven years of age, you can choose to decorate her room with floral patterns on the wall and a princessy platform bed.

Let your daughter feel like a princess when she is in her bed.

Deep Purple Space For Young women

If you are a young woman probably in your early twenties, you may not like a “noisy” patterned room like you did while you were a teenager.

You can furnish your wall with dark paint and use a nice mix of purple and dark blue bedding. Try adding some taste to the simple purple decor with shiny and golden room accessories.

A Dark Purple Modern Bedroom For Teenagers


We all know how much teenagers love spending more of their time in their dreamy bedrooms. Try giving them a brighter look for their guest bedroom to brighten up their days with an elegant headboard.

Even better, to brighten up their moods and psyche to help you around the house. 

Purple and Pink-themed Space For Girls

If you have two girls about the same age or even twin girls, it would be nice to have their room decorated in both pink and purple.

Let one bed have pink-colored bedding and the other purple. You can also have the two colors side by side painted on the wall as shown in the picture to enhance the theme of their bedding.

Maybe experiment with bunk beds?

Purple-themed Luxury Master Area

A luxury master bedroom is the dream of every couple and purple color is what creates the warmth in the room.

Enhance the entire back wall of your bed with color appropriate cushions and light your cozy bedroom with a magnificent purple-lit chandelier. 

Fluffy Girly Purple & Pink Design

Perhaps your daughter loves royalty. This is the perfect idea for a royal-themed bedroom taking into account your girl’s favorite colors, purple, pink, blue, and all manner of bright colors. 

Flourish her room with fluffy furniture, cushions, pillows, and a nice vintage foot pouf.

Design Laced with Purple Hues


Complementing your bedroom with purple hues can add a special taste to your room.

As illustrated, you simply paint your walls with straight-lined patterns and allow the lighting path of your bedroom to follow the linings.

You can also spice up your ceiling with purples and white gypsum.

Purple-decor children’s room


Perhaps you have children aged three to four years who need their bedroom. Give them a nice taste of kindergarten by adding, for instance, a tree pattern on the wall as seen in the picture.

Let them enjoy some “outdoor” experience within their room.

Add Some Warmth with Lavender

Lavender is all about warmth and comfort. Let your room emanate some warmth even during the winter season.

You can also grace your lavender-themed bedroom with indoor plants to give a more lavish garden feeling in the room.

Mauve-Taste Bedroom

Maybe you prefer a pale-purplish, near violet or pink color. A mauve bedroom will give you the perfect idea of how to decorate or brighten your purple room.

The mauve color adds a good degree of brightness and creates a sense of liveliness in the room.

Start with a dark color at the top and finish with bright colors at the bottom.


You can do the opposite of what most people do. Have a darker roof and let the color transition from its darker tones to lighter as you progress towards the floor.

The illustration above can help you visualize how to do this. The chandelier and the wall units create a sharp contrast for the purple shades enhancing its splendor.

Purple bedding

Maybe you prefer to maintain the white color of your bedroom but still want to complement it with some mauve colorations.

Simply go buy some purple bedding, then spread it on your bed.

Add some Taste of Royalty

You may not have an idea of what the royal families’ bedrooms look like, but this picture can give you an idea of what one might look like.

Just get a custom-made bed shaped like kingly crowns, add some heavy blanket bedding, then increase some golden royal twist by making most of your accessories gold-coated.

Your bed can also have a mix of gold-coated frames to increase its royal look.