Bedrooms. Sunday , December 17th , 2017 - 02:19:41 AM
Pair pale grey and midnight blue together if you’re hoping to create a relaxing scheme. These colours are very serene and work really well together. A block-coloured armchair is a great way to inject some interest, but on top of the visual benefits, you’ll also have a comfy spot from which to enjoy a good book.
Though often thought of as bold and distinctive, block prints can also be understated and sophisticated. This subtle wallpaper design adds a sense of depth and texture, which is enlivened by layered bed linen in ochre, citrine and petrol blue for a contemporary look. Choose wall lights if you want to keep bedside tables free from clutter. No bedside lamps also means that you can choose smaller bedside tables, which is ideal in a compact space. This neutral room has a very relaxed feel, thanks to the soothing grey textiles. A combination of patterns creates a focal point.
This Image Layer on the luxury with snug-as-a-bug textiles. It’s a sure-fire way to make guests feel welcome. A mix of whites and greys are a great base for piling on a whole host of patterns and colours. Not sure about having a blocky bedside table? A chair will do the job perfectly. Neutral schemes are super stylish and versatile, but you needn’t feel confined to your core palette. A hit of colour can work really well and almost any shade will fit with your scheme. Burnt orange works its magic here and the monochrome patterned cushions do a great job of highlighting the colour.
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