By Dixie House. Bedroom. Published at Monday, December 11th, 2017 - 14:48:27 PM.
Freshen up with flowers for lashings of fresh foliage to make the most of a nature-inspired country decorating scheme, all for a relatively low cost. A variety of cut flowers are shown here, but for gentle colour, try traditional English cottage garden favourites such as lavender, sweet pea and rose. Display cut flowers in coloured glass vases, or pot up plants in pretty containers and position in front of a mirror to multiply the floral effect.
The simplicity of the decor lets the architectural features shine. Low bed frames are commonplace in Scandivian design and work well to maximise space. Mix mid-century and Scandi buys for a cool and classic scheme. Choose sharp geometric designs for bed linen and throws and blend a few glass and pale-wood pieces into the mix.
Picking a grey for your walls is rather like choosing a white paint – there are far more to sift through than you might ever imagine. This soft grey sits beautifully with luxe cream furnishings and comforting textiles, creating a harmonious scheme. Grey is ideal for the colour shy, and easily creates beautiful schemes full of wow factor.
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