Bedrooms. Sunday , December 17th , 2017 - 02:26:16 AM
Make your bedroom a place for play with abstract decals and furniture. A wall of grey exposed brick leads to the rest of the interior, providing a muted and edgy backdrop. Exposed brick doesn’t have to be red. This white and grey bedroom uses textured white brick to line its wall. Concrete floors, bold typography prints, black bedroom pendant lighting and a navy duvet mark out focal points.
Add a dash of colour to an otherwise neutral scheme by papering one small corner with a decorative floral wallpaper. Make the look wonderfully girly by hanging a jewellery stand on the wall for easy access to your favourite pearls and necklaces. Monochrome is often found in modern schemes. This glamorous bedroom takes the well-known black and white duo into a new realm by combining it with traditional elements, such as the ornate mirror and bed. A mixture of off-whites and neutrals combine here so that the look isn’t simply two-tone.
This Image If you’re indecisive, make picture ledges your friend. They’re great when you fancy a change and want to swap artwork and accessories around. Add character with a mixture of prints, too. Sticking to a mainly monochrome palette makes a combination of geometric, striped and tree patterns work together. This mottled coral wallpaper gives the look of a natural, distressed surface for faux texture. Paired with two feather pendants, it’s an adventurous take on a traditional bedroom scheme.
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