This transitional master bedroom offers a relaxing, gray color palette, from the on suite bathroom cabinets to the soft gray carpeting. Neutral textures define the bed, with a modern wood side table. A small door opens up to the balcony, and also lets natural light fill the room.
A gray and white color scheme produces an utterly stylish look for this bedroom. The crisp white bed spread is accented with gray patterned pillows to complement the gray walls, and a pair of matching white nightstands flank the bed with mercury glass lamps.
High-grade nylons combine our favorite factors: durability + stain-resistance + oh-so-cushy. Kelly Sutherland of Connie Vernich Interior Designs says, "Go with a rug that is soft, plush and comfortable on your feet, but that also has stain-resistant qualities. I love a high-grade nylon, for example. For this particular rug, a patterned carpet with great scale was selected. The rug material is very soft underfoot and easy to maintain as it is constructed from a high-grade nylon. The edges were serged in a matching thread to the carpet to provide a high-end traditional rug finish. Don't forget the final touch – a quality rug cushion ensures extra comfort while keeping the rug in good shape for as long as possible."
On Room Crashers, former HGTV Design Star contestant Todd heads to a home improvement store and chooses a client from amongst the shoppers. Here, he transformed an outdated bedroom and patio into a chic, cohesive space perfect for Zen-style relaxing.
Centered in the master bedroom is a traditional bed dressed clean white bed linens and patterned pillows. Faux fur armchairs add texture to the room. A wall of sophisticated gray curtains make a striking display, as well as visually enlarge the window.
Mix patterns like a pro with inspiration from this pretty gray bedroom. Floral wallpaper layers perfectly with striped curtains, since they fall into the same color palette, and neither is overpowering in the space.
This chic gray bedroom is the bee's knees with its honeycomb-inspired wallpaper and mirror. Instead of bedside lamps, sculptural pendants light the way. Pops of purple—the bed linens and artwork—add a welcome dose of color.
Low furniture and white walls visually expand this small bedroom. A tufted gray bed has textured bedding and a pop of color with orange pillows. Sleek white nightstands flank the bed, while a cactus table lamp nods to the Palm Springs surroundings.