8. Ocean and Sienna Bedroom Colour Scheme
Hey lovely people! Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas, and wishing you all a great new year. So, do you have a new year resolution or what is your new year resolution 2021? Your plans for New Year’s 2021 are going to be a lot different than what they used to be, as the global coronavirus outbreak — This year, fill your resolution list with easy, good-for-you goals. Why not start it from your home decor as will be spending a lot more time at home. And if you are looking for ways to update your bedroom, we’ve got some beautiful colour palettes, fresh ideas that will help you get there.
This bed linen collection is woven from a blend of cotton and linen yarns, giving you the best of both sleep ingredients. And Spice Stripe and Spice Marl Throw brights up this bed. All set from Secret Linen Store Photo by timyoungphotographer
Ocean and Terracotta Bedroom Colour Scheme
Choosing a bedroom colour scheme is important when deciding how you want your personal bolthole to make you feel. This may be reflecting a love of colour or going for a new trend you want to tap into. This gorgeous bedroom has a deep ocean paint as the base colour to make your space feel sumptuous then create an country scheme with a rusty burnt sienna colour. Combine it with cushions that feature a similar shade in their patterns. To stop the look becoming too dark, duvet, cushions and bed sheet chose light pink and the rug kept light.
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Wall Paint Colour Ideas
If you’re looking for the right paint colours similar to colour palette above? Here are paint colour ideas.
1. Tiru Paint
Tiru Paint from Graham & Brown – Tiru, this serene teal paint colour was inspired by the Graham and Brown 2019 Kabuki trend. Kabuki is a classical Japanese dance-drama, which showcases a bold, avant-garde colour palette. Taken from the backdrop of Tori Teal wallpaper, Tiru, celebrates tranquillity, good luck and longevity.
Link : https://www.grahambrown.com/uk/mood-matt-emulsion-2.5l/CT-060-046-107032.html?
2. Bold Red
Bold Red : Try “Vampire Paint” from Graham Brown. Classic, regal and charming, Vampire is bold and impactful when used in a large area. Attention grabbing, Vampire has orange undertones, therefore remains warm and inviting.
Link : https://www.grahambrown.com/uk/vampire-paint/CT-080-020-master.html
3. Warm Red
Warm Red : Try “Fleur Paint” from Graham Brown. French for flower, Fleur is a warming red. Taking the latest colour trend, this liveable red paint has the warmth of orange undertones, creating a inviting atmosphere that will stand the test of time.
Link : https://www.grahambrown.com/uk/fleur-paint/CT-080-074-master.html
4. Firework Paint
Almost black, Tattoo is slightly softer than Witchcraft. This dramatic shade is taken from Desire Black for a sensational look. Add glimmers of silver accessories for a polished, sophisticated look.
link here : https://www.grahambrown.com/uk/firework-paint/CT-050-068-master.html