2. Tone. When balancing the weight of a room, you have to take the color tones into account. Deeper, darker tones have more weight than lighter, brighter tones and the combination of the two must be in balance. In this case, imagine you are color blind and can only see the depth of color. Most of the colors in this space and light and bright, save the bouquet at the head of the bed and the chair at the foot of the bed. The deep tones balance each other so that the scale (imagine the bed is the fulcrum...) is balanced and there is not too much weight on one end of the bed or another.