A Neutral But Texture Filled Bedroom and How to Get The Look

Neutrals work well in a bedroom. They are undemanding and calming. They immediately create a sense of luxury and plushness like all of the best hotels. The trick to creating a successful scheme with neutrals though is to amp up the texture or they can result in a room that looks flat and one-dimensional. Make sure to add baskets, textured wallpaper, velvet, chunky knits and a touch of dark wood to give the eye some contrast to rest on. Everything about this bedroom says “come. lie down. sleeeeeeep”.

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A Neutral But Texture Filled Bedroom and How to Get The Look

This image features the Lexington Oatmeal Fabric Ottoman Double Bed from Furniture Choice.

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A Neutral But Texture Filled Bedroom and How to Get The Look

Sources
  1. Lux Weave Textured Wallpaper, £22.99 from Cult Furniture.
  2. Painted Face Poster, £11.95 from Desenio.
  3. Village Thistle Basket, £55 from The Braided Rug Company.
  4. Large White Hydrangea, £24 from Sophie Allport.
  5. The Squidgel Bed, £1345 from Loaf.
  6. Ozzy Walnut Bedside Table, £329 from Pepper Sq.
  7. Cream Chunky Knit Wool Throw, £120 from Habitat.
  8. Columbus Floor Lamp in Rattan, £249 from Cuckooland.
  9. Cushions from left to right. Castle Penny Round Velvet Cushion, £55 from Antipodream. Regency Taupe Velvet Cushion, £25 from Habitat. Matteo Cushions (Sold as a Pair), £69 from Sweetpea and Willow.
 
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