Grey And White Bedroom

Grey And White Bedroom

If you are looking for grey bedroom ideas, you are in good company. Of all the bedroom colours, it is on-trend grey that is fast becoming the New Magnolia and it seems to be everyone’s shade of choice when it comes to decorating. This is good news because high-street and designer outlets are bursting with grey in all its multiple gradations and across every conceivable product – from beds and storage to wallpapers and fabrics, lighting and flooring – the only difficulty will be deciding what’s right for you. Grey is a versatile shade that runs from near-back gunmetal at one end of the spectrum to the palest pastel at the other. If using grey on walls, think about the mood you want to create. You may prefer a darker, dramatic feel over a bright and airy scheme so pick your paint shade accordingly. Or consider paring it with white for a delightful Scandinavian feel. Decide on how and where you are going to use pattern. If you go for plain, painted walls you will want to introduce florals or stripes on curtains or blinds; bed linen or carpet. Some people prefer to limit pattern to these easier-to-change elements of a room rather than decorating with it, but blowsly florals and smart stripes in tones of grey can be stunning in a bedroom and you might want to consider them. A well chosen wallpaper pattern can be the making of a distinctive bedroom. Take your style into consideration when deciding on a colour scheme. If you prefer a modern bedroom style, you may want deeper, more dramatic shades of grey. Team them with metal and glass for an industrial edge and keep your scheme predominantly monochrome for a clean, crisp look. In a country-style, vintage-look or more traditional bedroom scheme you might like to bring in gentle powdery tones of blue or pink to temper the grey. One of the joys of this shade is that it can be as masculine or feminine as you like depending on how you use it and what you put with it – a quality that makes it super versatile especially if you and your partner have different bedroom interior design preferences. After more bedroom design inspiration? Take a look at these bedroom wallpaper ideas
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Grey And White Bedroom

1 Of 26 Cozy QuartersThis room accommodates a queen-size bed and headboard flanked by custom floating bedside tables. To add to the bedroom decor, petite lamps and a homemade single-bulb pendant provide ample light without bulk, and a custom lumbar pillow made from Indian textiles helps the room feel a bit wider. Max Kim-Bee 2 Of 26 A Touch of ContrastWhite porcelain doorknobs and decor pop against black doors in this elegant 1850s bedroom. Stephen Kent JohnsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 26 Texture All OverLeats, pintucks, and stitching bring interest and texture to otherwise-understated bedding. Spindle posts add a touch of elegance in this 161-year-old grain mill. Annie Schlechter 4 Of 26 Old & NewThe owners of this rustic 18-century home added a modern touch with a sleek white four-poster bed draped in an 1800s coverlet and opted for his-and-his bookcases rather than traditional stands. David A. LandAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 26 Shiplap WallsThe laser-cut lantern casts soft shadows on the shiplap walls at night in this California farmhouse. Dominique Vorillon 6 Of 26 A Calming RetreatThe homeowners of this Washington farmhouse painted their bedroom white, but added a series of neutral items—the platform bed, antique blankets, and old leather chair—to the room to give it warmth. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 26 Colonial StyleIn the early 1900s, this room was created as a “children’s tea ballroom.” Today the all-white space is a guest bedroom. The designer, Alexandra Champalimaud, selected the Louis XV bed, which still bears the wheels and handles that were used to move it toward a fire or an open window 250 years ago. Here, the bed stays put—and offers glorious views of the gardens. Tim Street-Porter 8 Of 26 Planked BedroomWhite walls and flooring cover the bedroom of this New York farmhouse. The four-poster pine bed wears linens from Pottery Barn. Lara ResenAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 26 Pop of RedIn this California home’s master bedroom, white bedding pairs with a Garnet Hill striped duvet cover and throw pillows made out of vintage fabrics. Victoria Pearson 10 Of 26 Traditional–Modern JuxtapositionThe master bedroom in this Oregon house offers a lesson in mixing old and new: A 1940s mahogany four-poster bed that one of the owners liberated from the barn of a friend’s mother—shortly after graduating from the University of Maine—is dressed with pillows by Martha Stewart for Macy’s, and an Ikea throw drapes across a pair of 1920s English oak corner chairs. The turn-of-the-century side tables sport lamps from Home Goods. Max Kim-Bee Next Gallery 30+ Cozy Ways to Decorate Your Guest Bedroom Create a room that makes guests feel welcome and comfortable. Mar 23, 2017 GIF Of 26 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Imported Layers Created with Sketch. Presented by Created by Created by Country Living for From Country Living for
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Grey And White Bedroom

1 Of 26 Cozy QuartersThis room accommodates a queen-size bed and headboard flanked by custom floating bedside tables. To add to the bedroom decor, petite lamps and a homemade single-bulb pendant provide ample light without bulk, and a custom lumbar pillow made from Indian textiles helps the room feel a bit wider. Max Kim-Bee 2 Of 26 A Touch of ContrastWhite porcelain doorknobs and decor pop against black doors in this elegant 1850s bedroom. Stephen Kent JohnsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 26 Texture All OverLeats, pintucks, and stitching bring interest and texture to otherwise-understated bedding. Spindle posts add a touch of elegance in this 161-year-old grain mill. Annie Schlechter 4 Of 26 Old & NewThe owners of this rustic 18-century home added a modern touch with a sleek white four-poster bed draped in an 1800s coverlet and opted for his-and-his bookcases rather than traditional stands. David A. LandAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 26 Shiplap WallsThe laser-cut lantern casts soft shadows on the shiplap walls at night in this California farmhouse. Dominique Vorillon 6 Of 26 A Calming RetreatThe homeowners of this Washington farmhouse painted their bedroom white, but added a series of neutral items—the platform bed, antique blankets, and old leather chair—to the room to give it warmth. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 26 Colonial StyleIn the early 1900s, this room was created as a “children’s tea ballroom.” Today the all-white space is a guest bedroom. The designer, Alexandra Champalimaud, selected the Louis XV bed, which still bears the wheels and handles that were used to move it toward a fire or an open window 250 years ago. Here, the bed stays put—and offers glorious views of the gardens. Tim Street-Porter 8 Of 26 Planked BedroomWhite walls and flooring cover the bedroom of this New York farmhouse. The four-poster pine bed wears linens from Pottery Barn. Lara ResenAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 26 Pop of RedIn this California home’s master bedroom, white bedding pairs with a Garnet Hill striped duvet cover and throw pillows made out of vintage fabrics. Victoria Pearson 10 Of 26 Traditional–Modern JuxtapositionThe master bedroom in this Oregon house offers a lesson in mixing old and new: A 1940s mahogany four-poster bed that one of the owners liberated from the barn of a friend’s mother—shortly after graduating from the University of Maine—is dressed with pillows by Martha Stewart for Macy’s, and an Ikea throw drapes across a pair of 1920s English oak corner chairs. The turn-of-the-century side tables sport lamps from Home Goods. Max Kim-Bee Next Gallery 30+ Cozy Ways to Decorate Your Guest Bedroom Create a room that makes guests feel welcome and comfortable. Mar 23, 2017
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Grey And White Bedroom

1 Of 26 Cozy QuartersThis room accommodates a queen-size bed and headboard flanked by custom floating bedside tables. To add to the bedroom decor, petite lamps and a homemade single-bulb pendant provide ample light without bulk, and a custom lumbar pillow made from Indian textiles helps the room feel a bit wider. Max Kim-Bee 2 Of 26 A Touch of ContrastWhite porcelain doorknobs and decor pop against black doors in this elegant 1850s bedroom. Stephen Kent JohnsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 26 Texture All OverLeats, pintucks, and stitching bring interest and texture to otherwise-understated bedding. Spindle posts add a touch of elegance in this 161-year-old grain mill. Annie Schlechter 4 Of 26 Old & NewThe owners of this rustic 18-century home added a modern touch with a sleek white four-poster bed draped in an 1800s coverlet and opted for his-and-his bookcases rather than traditional stands. David A. LandAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 26 Shiplap WallsThe laser-cut lantern casts soft shadows on the shiplap walls at night in this California farmhouse. Dominique Vorillon 6 Of 26 A Calming RetreatThe homeowners of this Washington farmhouse painted their bedroom white, but added a series of neutral items—the platform bed, antique blankets, and old leather chair—to the room to give it warmth. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 26 Colonial StyleIn the early 1900s, this room was created as a “children’s tea ballroom.” Today the all-white space is a guest bedroom. The designer, Alexandra Champalimaud, selected the Louis XV bed, which still bears the wheels and handles that were used to move it toward a fire or an open window 250 years ago. Here, the bed stays put—and offers glorious views of the gardens. Tim Street-Porter 8 Of 26 Planked BedroomWhite walls and flooring cover the bedroom of this New York farmhouse. The four-poster pine bed wears linens from Pottery Barn. Lara ResenAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 26 Pop of RedIn this California home’s master bedroom, white bedding pairs with a Garnet Hill striped duvet cover and throw pillows made out of vintage fabrics. Victoria Pearson 10 Of 26 Traditional–Modern JuxtapositionThe master bedroom in this Oregon house offers a lesson in mixing old and new: A 1940s mahogany four-poster bed that one of the owners liberated from the barn of a friend’s mother—shortly after graduating from the University of Maine—is dressed with pillows by Martha Stewart for Macy’s, and an Ikea throw drapes across a pair of 1920s English oak corner chairs. The turn-of-the-century side tables sport lamps from Home Goods. Max Kim-Bee

Grey And White Bedroom

Grey And White Bedroom
Grey And White Bedroom
Grey And White Bedroom