In an intimate space like a bedroom, dark colors on the walls can be a welcoming choice, making the space feel cozy and unusual. Here, gray is contrasted with a white ceiling and crown molding, a look as crisp as hospital corners on a bed.
With an all-neutral color palette, this contemporary bedroom relies on textures, patterns and shapes for interest and personality. A velour upholstered bed adds an element of luxury to the stylish space.
In this Arizona desert retreat, the contemporary guest bedroom features shades of gray, creating a serene monochromatic color scheme. The upholstered bed is flanked by matching nightstands, hanging lights and large mirrors. For a resort-like feel, a built-in alcove houses a mini bar and storage cabinets.
Charcoal Bedroom With Turquoise Accents and Asian Flair
Designer Mary DeWalt created a true sense of the sublime with her beautiful color choices for this bedroom. Although the room has a contemporary feel, it also reflects an Asian-inspired sensibility, especially with the art Dewalt chose for the grouping behind the bed. Great symmetry abounds in the design, projecting serenity and simplicity.
Stark symmetry rules the day in this serene and neutral bedroom. A pair of self-framed mirrors flanks the tailored bed, with matching lamps resting on matching nightstands. The bedding, too, is crisp and geometric, with linear details that emphasize the symmetrical arrangement. Crisp white draperies blend with the bedding and add to the room's restful lines.
Sophisticated Gray Bedroom is Contemporary, Relaxing
This monochromatic gray bedroom features lots of texture and tactile appeal to bring visual interest to the space. A patterned accent wall creates a contemporary backdrop for the simple yet serene bed, which is flanked by sleek nightstands and hanging pendant lights.
A locally sourced abstract painting provides a visually interesting focal point in the guest bedroom and intense pops of color. “As you come in the garage door, you see this room and you’re trying to pull the eye in to explore and that is why we chose that painting. It has a lot of that green, turquoise, a splash of orange and some black so it’s always a kind of fun game with art,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
The only bedroom in the condo that Aubrey and Bristol Marunde renovated together, includes the same elegant wallpaper from the living room fireplace and a gold light fixture that has 72 flower petals on it, as seen on Flip or Flop Vegas.
A shelving system built into the wall is a brilliant way to display items while saving floor space in a small home or apartment. As seen on HGTV’s Design on a Dime, this bedroom was given a masculine Moroccan style with plush throw pillows, warm gray walls and a bed upholstered in a rich, colorful print.