By Eileen Bird. Bedroom. Published at Thursday, May 25th, 2017 - 05:29:17 AM.
Choose tactile fabrics and opulent furniture designs to make your scheme feel special. Grey schemes can be totally sleek, but they can also be charmingly rustic. Immaculately painted walls don’t need to be paired with glossy furniture. Mixture of subtle patterns and block greys act as a neutral base for the standout monochrome bed, which keeps the scheme classic and totally contemporary.
To add a rustic feel to your bedroom, beech, oak and walnut all contrast fantastically with shades of blue. Marry a wooden double bed and furniture with sky-blue bedlinen, add plump white pillows with a subtle blue stripe. A beach-inspired makeover is also wonderfully effective and simple to achieve. Transform a simple divan bed with an oversized fabric-covered headboard with a nautical stripe, and dress the bed with complementing striped bedlinen.
A classic bed and painted furniture combine with contemporary accessories to create a successful eclectic aesthetic that balances traditional and modern design. Versatile and beautiful, wood is one of the most widely used materials in a Scandinavian scheme. Use rustic details and earthy colours to make an urban bedroom welcoming and inviting. The mysticism of northern folklore meets pale timbers, sleek lines and beautifully simple shapes.
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