From what I've seen, you WANT to raise your bottles up to 70-72* for carbonation.
When seaching around this site for that same answer, most people quoted or linked to this: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f35/bott...ebrewer-94812/
You COULD leave them cooler, but just know that it will take longer to carb and waiting is hard enough! (as I still have yet to crack into my 1st batch)
Carbonating: Spruce IPA
Drinking: IPA, Pale Ale, Amber Ale, Blonde Ale, Session IPA, Fresh Hop IPA, Wet Hop IPA, DIPA 2.0, Citra IPA, Coffee Milk Stout, Brown Ale, Black IPA, IPA, Red IIPA