Here are some moody room designs for the hibernation season! Staying warm indoors, cold weather and early dark nights inspired this moody design post. So, here are some dark and moody rooms that will make you wish the colder season was that bit longer for you to snuggle up inside (hygge style) for.
Moody Living Rooms
I love the combination of this room with dark walls on against the Victorian walls. It gives it a modern look over all. The moulding details have been kept white and the ceiling painted a dark grey. Which proves you don’t have to stick with one dark colour.
The wooden shutters in this living room make the room even more moody and cozy. The floors have been painted black however the ceiling kept lighter to stop the living room from closing in. Dark blue velvet sofas add a luxury comfort.
You don’t have to stick to blacks and dark blues to achieve a moody room with a cozy feel. This living room painted in a deep mulberry pink and gold finishes make for a rich luxurious feel.
You can still leave the ceiling white if you feel painting the whole room will be too over powering. This cool deep blue still feels cozy with the white washed floors and light ceiling.
Keeping the colours tone on tone still creates some depth in the room. The change in the ceiling colour from the walls is subtle but makes a big difference in how the room feels. Love the green jewel coloured sofas.
A living room painted in black is still surprisingly cozy with the textured throws and cushions and the antique decor. The brick fireplace helps balance out the black. A cozy maximalist design that you could hibernate in all winter long!
Another place you can use black contrary to belief is the bedroom. Mix rich colours, patterns and textures to balance out the paint of the walls.
This bedroom balanced out the dark deep walls with furniture and rich coloured bedding.
Grey tone and tone sets the mood for this bedroom. I love the white themed gallery wall against the grey walls. And the wooden flooring helps add some warmth to the space.
Which are you favourite moody room designs and would you go darker colours in any of your rooms? Let me know in the comments below!