By Shawna Knowles. Bedroom. Published at Monday, June 05th, 2017 - 01:14:49 AM.
White furniture can still look warm in a white bedroom. Just make sure you choose a focal point, such as a fireplace or a four-poster bed, to create something grand and luxurious, rather than clinical and cold.
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.
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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