Yellow And Grey Bedroom

Yellow And Grey Bedroom

BedroomCreate a calming bedroom scheme with yellow and grey Create a calming bedroom scheme with yellow and grey Temper a zesty citrus shade with calming grey and white for a tranquil bedroom scheme. Love this bedroom Paler, primrose shades have a quiet elegance, and work particularly well with soft greys and pewters. A four-poster bed is the ultimate in glamour – opt for a sleek, Scandi inspired design to keep your scheme charming and contemporary. For a relaxing effect, restrict the accent sunflower shade to details, such as bed linen or accessories. Add typography to walls for a personal touch – try a sleep-inspired theme, or use your initials. Good Idea In a muted colour scheme, it’s important to add texture. Combine chalky matt paints, ribbed knits and luxe fabrics. Styling tips Add an easy-to-make canopy for an instant feature. Simply cut patterned fabric to size, hem and then drape over a four-poster bed. Use reflective materials, such as glass accessories and mirrored furniture in modern designs, to create a bright and airy room. Blissful Bedding Combine block colour with simple prints and floral motifs for a luxurious place to sleep. Flower Power A few individual blooms can make a real impact, especially when displayed in sculptural vases. Photography: Oliver Gordon, Mark Scott
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Yellow And Grey Bedroom

Create a calming bedroom scheme with yellow and grey Temper a zesty citrus shade with calming grey and white for a tranquil bedroom scheme. Love this bedroom Paler, primrose shades have a quiet elegance, and work particularly well with soft greys and pewters. A four-poster bed is the ultimate in glamour – opt for a sleek, Scandi inspired design to keep your scheme charming and contemporary. For a relaxing effect, restrict the accent sunflower shade to details, such as bed linen or accessories. Add typography to walls for a personal touch – try a sleep-inspired theme, or use your initials. Good Idea In a muted colour scheme, it’s important to add texture. Combine chalky matt paints, ribbed knits and luxe fabrics. Styling tips Add an easy-to-make canopy for an instant feature. Simply cut patterned fabric to size, hem and then drape over a four-poster bed. Use reflective materials, such as glass accessories and mirrored furniture in modern designs, to create a bright and airy room. Blissful Bedding Combine block colour with simple prints and floral motifs for a luxurious place to sleep. Flower Power A few individual blooms can make a real impact, especially when displayed in sculptural vases. Photography: Oliver Gordon, Mark Scott
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Yellow And Grey Bedroom

Bedroom Revamp your bedroom with glamorous reflective surfaces Revamp your bedroom with glamorous reflective surfaces, decadent details and splashes of grown-up grey and teal.Bedroom Freshen up your bedroom with green and teal This season’s oversized flower prints look bright in pale pistachio, cool teal and fresh white.Dining Room Create a casual country dining room scheme Go casual with a pared-back mix of wood, soft hues and modern country furniture.
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Yellow And Grey Bedroom

Bedroom Revamp your bedroom with glamorous reflective surfaces Revamp your bedroom with glamorous reflective surfaces, decadent details and splashes of grown-up grey and teal.Bedroom Freshen up your bedroom with green and teal This season’s oversized flower prints look bright in pale pistachio, cool teal and fresh white.
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Yellow And Grey Bedroom

Yellow can look sunny and cheerful — or glaring and juvenile. So choosing just the right shade is key. Sometimes, that takes a bit of trial and error, says designer Arden Stephenson. “Yellow is a tricky color to get just right,” she says. “In this sunny Hamptons beach-house bedroom, I mixed several shades of yellow together and kept adding white until I had a color that was happy and warm without being childlike.” Then, she tempered the yellow walls with contrasting furnishings and accessories. “To keep the wall color from overwhelming the space, I added neutral tones of beiges and whites, set off with bright turquoise accents for just the right mix of sophistication and fun.”
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Yellow And Grey Bedroom

Yellow is a versatile, happy color, says designer Nina Gotlieb, who used it to great effect in this sun-washed bedroom. When selecting yellow paint for your walls, keep her advice in mind: “Yellow is a color that’s completely transformed by the light it’s exposed to, so be sure to paint large samples on the wall and view them throughout the day before you select your final color. Fluorescent lights especially can have a dramatic effect on yellow paint.”
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Yellow And Grey Bedroom

One reason so many designers gravitate toward yellow is its versatility. “All yellows are not created equal,” says Andrew Suvalsky, who used a buttery yellow to create a soft, soothing look for this bedroom. “There are so many shades of yellow, every yellow room looks different.”
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Yellow And Grey Bedroom

When you think of a grey and yellow bedroom interior and decor you have to imagine the whole picture. It is not only the walls and the furniture. Quite true, they are the most visible elements in the interior, but you should not overlook the curtains, as they enhance the visual aesthetics of the room and can add a touch of luxury. Bedding sets in gray and yellow, decorative pillows, bedside table lamps, vases, picture frames add the final touch to the concept and your room will look much more inviting!
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Neutral, yet inviting, the grey and yellow bedroom interior features a trendy color scheme which offers numerous design options. Do you feel like living in a modern home, which relies on the power of gray and yellow? We shall show you some examples of successful combinations between the background color and accents.
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Liven up your dull bed with the bright and bold Dena™ Home Payton Reversible Comforter Set. Decked out in a fun yellow and grey medallion print, with a yellow geometric print reverse, the whimsical bedding is a striking addition to your bedroom.
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If you’re attracted to the idea of using yellow on your walls, but concerned the color will be too intense, take a tip from the pros and choose a toned-down version of the hue. “I usually wouldn’t paint a large room all yellow,” says designer Libby Langdon. “But there’s a fantastic color by Benjamin Moore called Weston Flax and it’s just soft enough to cover a big space without overwhelming it.” In this room, Langdon also added sophistication with furnishings and accessories in cooler shades. “I think a great way to work with yellow is to combine it with a cooler color like gray, navy blue or even black and then layer in white,” she says. “There are so many ways you can use yellow with other colors to achieve an elegant, upscale look.”
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Yellow works in a gender-neutral nursery. Perfect for boys, girls and shared spaces, yellow for the nursery is a winner. Especially elegant with soft gray or blue, yellow is a warm, friendly choice for baby’s first room. For a more modern feel, paint the walls a soft gray and use yellow for the accents (rug, curtains, bedding).
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One of the most underrated elements when it comes to bedroom decorating is the use of drapes and window blinds. Drapes enhance the aesthetics of the room, soften the visual and add a luxurious vibe. While this is pretty obvious, the moment you take a look at any of the bedrooms below, what many homeowners miss is the insulation that drapes provide. Gorgeous drapes in gray and yellow will not only give the bedroom a cozier ambiance this winter, but will also efficiently keep out the cold. Cutting down on energy bills and offering adequate privacy, drapes are an easy way to accentuate the yellow-gray combination in the bedroom.
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Give your bedroom a cozy atmosphere with the Harbor House Gabrielle Comforter Set. Featuring hues of grey, yellow, and cream, this warm color palette will make your bedroom intimate and irresistibly comfortable.
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The Tboli by N Natori Comforter Set features a gorgeous abstract pattern that will give your bedroom a contemporary cozy update. Featuring muted colors of purple, grey, green, yellow, and ivory, this warm palette will give your bedroom a luxurious touch.
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Pink isn’t the only choice for a bedroom fit for a princess: Yellow is an unexpected, but undeniably rich option as well. “This south-facing bedroom called out for washing the walls in buttery yellow,” says designer Brian Dittmar. “The result is a room that just makes you feel happy. The Swedish-style bed — complete with a corona — plus an aged gold chandelier with crystal accents and pops of pale blue, green and pink give this space a decidedly traditional, but very warm and welcoming feel.”
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Add a chic look to your bedroom with the stylish Nadia Reversible Comforter Set. Adorned with a bright yellow color, grey and white chevron print and white vertical stripes, the fun bedding instantly brings a modish flair to any room’s décor.
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Liven up your bedroom with the bright and bold Mizone Keisha Comforter Set. Decorated with an over scaled paisley motif in shades of fuchsia, grey, yellow and blue, the vibrant bedding instantly brings a pop of color to any room’s décor.