Fall is coming, so is the cold and the rain… That’s why we urgently need bedroom ideas that can help us feel more comfortable and warm through this season.
A fall bedroom should be very cozy and at the same time stimulate you to get up. We all know red, orange, green and beige are the fall main colors, but today we collected 8 gray bedrooms to inspire you in this upcoming season.
For a bedroom with verdant views of the outdoors, a simple gray, white and blue palette keeps the emphasis on the room’s connection to nature. “Just as you see in in nature, a balance between warm and cool colors is important for interiors,” says project designer Adriana Gerbig, who selected a soft warm gray to balance the cool colors in the fabrics.
Neutrals don’t have to be boring, and this bedroom is a great example. Designer Brian Dittmar used multiple shades of warm gray paired with taupe, camel and cream tones, and created a space that envelops you and makes you feel at ease because it’s all a peaceful mix of basically monochromatic neutral.
Designer Laura McCroskey and her team used a soft gray paint (Benjamin Moore HC-95) on three walls and the ceiling of this room to create a neutral and cozy retreat, but painted the accent wall behind his bed with cinnabar for a splash of energy. The room is accessorized with a bookcase for books and his childhood treasures and a wonderful study desk in gray canvas with leather trim.”
In a space dominated by bold architectural elements, it can make sense to limit the rest of the design features to a selection of richly textured neutrals. “Here we combined soft taupe-gray paint with a muted palette to create a soothing master bedroom retreat,” says designer Jennifer Johnson. “Various tones of gray and a mix of textures add just enough interest without feeling too busy.”
In this simple yet elegant bedroom, layered, textural neutrals lend interest without drawing attention away from the room’s distinctive architecture. “The use of warm and cool grays was mirrored by the use of warm and cool metallics in the space,” says designer Terri Symington. “The small amount of accent color from the fresh flowers adds the final touch that a neutral monotone color scheme often needs.”
This minimalist gray bedroom has it all: neutral, pale tones but a very warm environment. The decor with different portraits and the suspension lamp makes it cozy and personal.
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