If you are planning to design a blue bedroom it is important you don’t leave the selection of the rug till the end as you may find it difficult to find a blue rug that goes perfectly with the fabrics you have selected. Interior designers say that when they start with a rug it makes it much easier to find great fabrics than the other way round. They carry a sample of the rug when picking paint colors, fabrics, furniture and accessories. Designers who follow this process find the rug helps them pull together the different elements in a room into a unified whole. Certain styles of blue rugs are able to unify different styles of furniture and allow you to create an interesting mix. The 14 blue bedrooms with blue rugs in today’s post are the most highly pinned on Pinterest and are from Architectural Digest, Veranda and Traditional Home. They feature the work of top interior designers and offer rich inspiration for designing tranquil and stylish blue bedrooms whether the home is by the sea or in a busy city.
A blue rug and a cream barrel ceiling helps you enjoy the spectacular ocean views from the blue master bedroom in a house in the Hamptons designed by Steven Gambrel and architect Robert A. M. Stern.
A blue rug and a periwinkle upholstered headboard that goes all the way to the ceiling molding creates a quiet peacefulness in the master bedroom of a Manhattan apartment designed by Bruce Bierman.
A natural fiber flat weave rug complements a pencil post bed, white quilt and blue embroidered pillows in a alluring bedroom designed by Ann Sherrill.
A graphic blue rug complements a blue custom-made tapestry of the Bay of Naples in the master suite of designer Allegra Hicks’s penthouse in Naples.
A blue striped rug adds energy and a cathedral ceiling and white walls bring a feeling of calm in a guest bedroom in Sagaponack, New York designed by Christoff:Finio Architecture.
A blue Oushak rug provides a serene background for aqua and cream floral fabrics and white canopy bed in a bedroom designed by Patricia McLean for the 2015 Atlanta Symphony Showhouse.
A pale aqua blue rug and weathered materials and Italian antiques bring a feeling of serenity and a sense of history to the bedroom of a seaside home in Southern California designed by Ohara Davies Gaetano.
A blue rug with fine textured stripes complements a blue pinstripe fabric upholstered settee and white walls add crispness to the bedroom of a coastal Florida bedroom designed by Robert Couturier.
A cream and blue Oushak rug anchors an Empire bed placed theatrically next to a pair of Corinthian columns in designer John Saladino’s Santa Barbara house.
A blue contemporary rug and an Art Nouveau style bench contrast with traditional blue and cream bed canopy fabrics creating an atmosphere of luxury and calm in a bedroom designed by Phoebe Howard.
A pale blue carpet, aqua blue walls, cream drapes, small scale geometric and floral print upholstery and antiques create a feeling of refinement and tranquility in a Nantucket home designed by Nantucket House Antiques and Interior Design Studios.
A blue floral rug defines the sitting area and complements blue and white fabric covered walls in the master bedroom of Patricia Altschul’s 1850s South Carolina mansion decorated by Mario Buatta.
A pair of yellow table lamps and a white four poster bed pop against a dark blue rug and a pale aqua Chinoiserie wallpaper by de Gournay completes the youthful feeling in the bedroom of a Manhattan Beaux Arts pre-war apartment designed by Nick Olsen.
A blue contemporary silk rug contrasts with gray fabric sheathed walls, lilac chair, aqua cubist bed and a rainbow colored painting by Dan Christensen in a New York apartment designed by Drake Design Associates.