If you decorate a room exclusively in neutrals, it will most certainly be nice, but it will also be a little boring. Choose an all-gray colour scheme for your bedroom, and you’ll likely end up with a place that looks great but feels frigid or bleak. When you combine the two, you’ll get a room that’s warm but not stuffy, calm but not chilly, elegant but not stuffy, and contemporary but not stark. When it comes to your bedroom, mixing grey with hints of white, cream, and tan is a certain way to create a palette that’s both adaptable and safe.
Decorating Ideas for a Gray and Neutral Bedroom
Gray and Neutral in a Teen’s Room
The peaceful and contemporary blend of grey and soft neutrals appeals to a wide range of people, not only adults. The appearance is also popular among preteens and teenagers. The star-spangled gray-and-white bedding is cheerful, but the basic, rustic wooden bedside tables, nubby cream area rug, and industrial-inspired lighting fixtures all work together to give the room a decidedly grownup vibe.
It’s much easier to go wild with your pattern play when you’re dealing with a really simple palette of soft colours. Sticking to soft grey, brown, cream, or tan on the floor, especially if you like the look of patterned carpet, allows you to go bold on the floor without visually crowding the space. Take a look at the bedroom pictured here for proof. The striped carpet, patterned bench at the foot of the bed, fabric-draped bedside table, and magnificent wood-plank ceiling lend a lot of pattern to the room, yet the result is still soothing—not stimulating—due to the well regulated colour scheme. Gray and soft neutrals in the bedroom have this effect. (Are you a fan of the soft grey wall colour? Benjamin Moore’s Gray Owl is the colour.)
Gray and Neutral Goes Glamorous
Never let anyone tell you that neutrals aren’t glamorous. When you use the same intensity of colour throughout a room, you get a quietly exquisite splendour that makes a statement without being overbearing. The unexpected touch of the dual-tone drapes and the magnificent drum chandelier with its crystal drips complement the opulent upholstered bed heaped high with comforting bedding. At the same time, it’s calm and beautiful.
Clean and Serene
Do you want to achieve the clean, serene aesthetic of minimalism without going overboard? Then, like the bedroom shown here, choose a palette of soft grey, natural wood, and off-white. Sweep it clean of extraneous adornment or clutter, but that doesn’t imply it’s without of personality or comforts; for example, the soft gold mid-century contemporary chairs in this bedroom’s sitting area are both stylish and cosy.
Do you like the laid-back vibe of rustic, worn wood but don’t want to go full-on country? Then go for furnishings with basic lines, such as this grey upholstered headboard. Add a scattering of different-textured throw pillows for added elegance, then finish the look with a distressed wooden bench at the foot of the bed and imitation (or genuine, if you want) wooden planking on the walls for a rustic yet stylish look.
Gray and Neutrals Get Eclectic
A bedroom with a rough brick wall can easily take on an edgy, industrial, or gothic aspect, but if you prefer a softer look, simply contrast the brick with a soothing palette of grey, eggshell white, and black. Add a dash of wacky personality with leopard print—or any animal print you prefer—and you’ve got yourself a winner! You’ve created a lovely diverse décor statement that reflects your own personality.
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