Four Gray Bedroom Ideas

Some home owners don’t favor grey as the color’s considered boring. Little do they know that gray, even at its subtle shade, can still be dramatic and able to make comfortable and cozy vibes. Grey comes in many shades and by applying distinct combinations of the shades can create something gorgeous. Take a look at the gray bedroom ideas below:

Winter Grey

Are you fans of grey and winter at the same time? Here a great idea on combining those two for your bedroom! This grey bedroom is a winter retreat located in a Palm Beach. To create such bedroom, cover your walls with Venetian plasters. Then, add that settee constructed by Gastone Rinaldi and made with Bergamo fabric. Also, grab a rug like the one made by V’Soske.

Light Grey

This grey bedroom is actually from Brooklyn townhouse. To create such grey bedroom, let Benjamin Moore’s Gray owl decorate your bedroom walls with its painting. Then, pick West Elm to add light fixture to your bedroom and Serena & Lily to be a sconce. For the bed itself, Lake August fabric is a great choice for the furnishing. This kind of bed is from Ballard Design. Still about the bed, choose Moroccan-styled blanket and Breucklene-Berber-styled pillow to accompany your sleeping time.

Dark Grey

Not favor light grey? Well, go with the dark one instead. This shade of grey was perfectly used in the apartment of Andy Cohen’s Greenwich Village. For the wallpaper, Ralph Lauren was chosen so it can get on well with the John Salibello’s nightstand lamps in green resin. Besides, Paul Smith’s Maharam plaid was chosen to upholster the bed and Pratesi linens to dress the bed.

Calming Grey

Look at this retreat bedroom by Greenwhich! The shade of the grey is so soothing! Farrow & Ball’s Pavilion Gray was chosen to splash the grey palette to the bedroom walls. To complement the grey shade, the room is complemented with Roman Thomas’ headboard and Galerie Blanchetti’s arm chair. Besides, other furniture was also carefully chosen to make the look of the bedroom even more pleasing. The designer entrusted the console to BDDW, the rug to Mitchell Denburg, and the bed linens to Matouk.

As stated above, grey color comes with lots of shades to choose from. Once you are sure with a shade of grey, you need to be able to pick the best furniture to complement that shade, unless the look of your bedroom won’t be complete.