5. Grey and Muted Taupe Colour Scheme
Grey and Muted Taupe Colour Scheme with Festive Vibes : When it comes to choose a perfect bedroom colour scheme. You’ll want to choose tones that are relaxing to create a space that you can actually sleep and wake up with energy and positive for the next morning. This may be reflecting your favorite colour or, going for a new trend you want to try. Let us inspire you with these beautiful bedroom ideas from serene shades to vibrant patterns. Whichever the case, we have a bedroom colour scheme to inspire you.
Can you feel the festive vibe from this fifth bedroom colour palette? To us ut’s hard not to feel the festive atmosphere in this lovely grey bedroom. As the holiday season will be here soon so we thought this cool tone will inspire yourself for the holiday spirit. If this bedroom a little bit dark for you, you could add colour accents such as red, green emerald or any jewel tones that will really be a good point to start holiday decor.
- ‘Brigitte Bardot’ 30×40 cm.
- ‘Resting Pose’ 30×40 cm with a picture mat in a 40×50 cm frame.
- ‘Make It Count’ 50×70 cm.
- ‘Figure Balance No1’ 50×70 cm.
- ‘Marilyn Monroe Reading’ 40×50 cm.
- ‘Everything You Need’ 30×40 cm.
- ‘Tranquil Abstract No2’ 50×70 cm.
- ‘The Beatles’ 50×70 cm.
- ‘Almost Kiss’ 40×50 cm.
- ‘Your Mind’ 30×40 cm.
- ‘Figure Balance No2’ 30×40
Grey and Muted Taupe Colour Hex
The ideal way to give flair and impact to a small room is to apply colour correctly and use a decor theme. There are many different types of bedroom paint colors from which you can choose. However, everyone has a particular style and taste and choose paint colours according to the colour that they like the most.
Colour Described As Names
Wall Paint Colour Ideas
1. Lund Grey Paint
Contemporary, cool and a little moody, Lund Grey will add intrigue into any space. This hue is infinitely versatile and will work within a range of colour palettes. Use bright, blue toned whites to freshen it up or if you’re looking for something cosier, pair with greyed off greens and warmer neutrals. You really can’t go wrong with this shade!.
Link : https://www.grahambrown.com/uk/lund-grey-paint/CT-080-098-master.html
2. Spiced Mulberry
Spiced Mulberry is a gorgeous, warming purple, with small hints of blue pigment. It creates the most inviting shade to use in your décor.
link here : https://www.grahambrown.com/uk/spiced-mulberry-matt-emulsion-2.5l/CT-060-073-107028.html
Sophisticated lavender : Brassica’s rich lavender tones feel both feminine and charming in light areas, but become much more sophisticated and grey in darker areas due to an underlying hint of black. Named after the group of plants which includes purple sprouting broccoli, this warm shade lifts cold feeling rooms without being overtly red. It is often combined with Elephant’s Breath and Skimming Stone for a rich, contemporary feel.
Link : https://www.farrow-ball.com/en-gb/paint-colours/brassica