Lyonette Tessier Bedroom October 30, 2017 12:45:04
Gray and pink allow you to experiment with a wide range of styles and themes but you might struggle with a few like eclectic bohemian or Victorian with this color duo. Since most homeowners do not really opt for such eccentric styles while planning for a nursery this cool pair finds space in most nurseries across the globe. Combining gray and pink with pops of orange coral or even red is a fun alternative that adds another bright color to the room without taking away from the primary color scheme. Remember that it is the décor you choose and the lighting that shape the style of the nursery more than just the color palette.
Darker shades of gray can also be used in small bedrooms to create a dashing and more masculine space. Once you go down this route ensure that the rest of the room remains as uncluttered and neutral as possible with sparingly used blue accents. In the bedroom everything from the pillows and bed sheets to drapes and vases can be used to add color and with changing trends you can even move away from blue and adopt a completely different color scheme.
Not a fan of too much pink? Maybe an overload of pink simply does not fit into the overall style of the nursery that you envisioned but that does not mean you need to completely exclude the chic hue. A nursery with a gray backdrop allows you to add pops of pink that stand out visually in the form of the crib bedding drapes wall art rug or even plush décor and accessories. All you need is a hint of pink to alter the appeal of the gray nursery completely and turn it from a gender-neutral setting into a gorgeous girl’s nursery. From a striped accent wall in pink to custom murals and contemporary princess-themed rooms the choice here is truly endless.
Of course not all of us have the time to spare for a DIY project and sometimes we lack the skill as well. There are plenty of playful creative and charming nightstands out in the market that give your bedroom a dash of boxed magic without going over the top. The best part of it all is that these nifty additions come in a variety of finishes and hues ensuring that the current theme of your bedroom is left completely unaltered.
It is white and blue that traditionally ushers in the magic of sun sand and surf into your bedroom. But go down a different route this summer and replace the white in that equation with far more exciting shades of gray. Apart from giving your nautical or coastal style bedroom a fresh new look replacing white with gray gives you greater decorating freedom and a chance to try out newer shades of blue. In fact you can fill the backdrop with light gray and maybe even a hint of white and use pops of teal turquoise or periwinkle for greater visual impact. From bedding and drapes to a complete bedroom furniture set in blue a gray background lets you switch between hues with ease.
It would be safe to assume that the audacious Glitter nightstand is the younger sibling of the more expansive Queen 2. The two pieces share quite a few similar traits and the only distinguishing factors are the sleek legs that replace the sturdy cabinets of Queen 2. If you are not a fan of the mirrored look there is also a posh leather-covered version of this bedside table.