By Lorene Vasquez. Bedroom. Published at Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 - 17:18:55 PM.
Scandinavians have a real appreciation of natural, raw materials, from ceramic, clay, wood and stone to tactile linen, wool, felt and fur. Floors and walls are neutral in colour, whether it’s a dark ceramic floor to contrast against pale walls, or wooden floorboards that have been whitewashed or polished to bounce light around a room. Window treatments are simple and pared back to let in as much light as possible.
Fresh white walls and bedlinen combine beautifully with a dove grey quilt in this elegant bedroom. A mirrored chest of drawers and stylish lamp reflect the light. White highlights architectural details such as the period fireplace, sash windows and high ceiling in this traditional bedroom. This calm, minimal bedroom is the perfect place to relax with no distractions. Cool white walls and a snug checked throw are all that’s needed for a restful space.
In Scandinavian interiors, the emphasis is on magnifying natural light to combat the long, dark winters, so a repetitive colour palette of whites, beige, cool blues and soft grey is a good choice to use throughout your bedroom. If you’re looking for bedroom paint ideas; darker, earthy shades of charcoal, brown, navy and black can be used sparingly as accents colours for furniture and accessories, providing light and shade and creating visual interest. Remember, a huge emphasis is placed on white bedroom ideas and colour schemes, so it may be best to start with white or off-white walls as the base.
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