Unlike daring interiors drenched in black or ones embracing tantalizing orange working with gray and yellow is fairly easy and straightforward. Of course with a hint of creativity you can always put your own fun little spin on this graceful color palette that will serve you well across all seasons.
Once again think about a blend of modern and rustic elements instead of fully committing to just one style. Beds with an iron frame ornate chandeliers and natural wood walls work beautifully with this bedroom style. Also add an antique piece or two to truly give the room an inimitable and exclusive vibe.
Think beyond the plain gray drapes this season and opt for curtains with bold geometric prints inspired by Midcentury modern trends. Iconic patterns like the David Hicks hexagon in snazzy yellow obviously are a timeless hit that will serve you well for years to come. A plush matching rug with an equally alluring print in yellow will complete the look.
This is an easy way to also switch between hot accents while keeping the neutral backdrop constant. Bedside table lamps or even simple vases on the nightstand can also make a big statement when the rest of the room is completely clad in muted hues.
This becomes all the more simple during the festive season as some lovely garlands in green and Christmas ornaments in red easily get the job done. The bedroom here uses red more extensively with drapes a painted bed frame and a ravishing red lamp shade.
Leading the dynamic duo of bedroom storage units on display today is with is circular silhouette and charming little presence. These lovely units can be combined as modular units to shape nightstands that range from a simple single drawer unit to configurations with multiple drawers.
Depending on the style of your bedroom its size and the shelf space that you need you can pick a 3- or 4-drawer Andy unit as well. Available in fun colors and both matte and glossy finishes this cool unit also adds geometric contrast to minimal and contemporary bedrooms.
Those with smaller bedrooms can turn towards living wall systems to usher in some greenery. Also try opening up your bedroom towards the garden or the green canopy outside to give the space an energizing natural backdrop.