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Revitalise your bedroom - Colourful Combinations

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One of the hottest trends for interiors this season is one of the coolest colour combinations: blue, green and grey. It’s true that when you think of warm colour schemes for the bedroom, grey and blue interior design might not spring to mind immediately, but when decorating with this palette it really comes down to your choice of tones.

Colour Combinations by Harley and Lola

Instead of opting for icy blue and light greens which are fresh and airy, think about those rich jewel tones that are oh-so-popular in those warmer climes: teals, indigos, dark greens and sapphire blues all lend a rich depth to your bedroom colour scheme. Here’s a look at a few of our favourite products that you can use to achieve palette perfection.

1. Marlow panel bed

When you decorate using rich colours like teal and navy blue, it’s best to temper it with lighter furniture. Grey or white bedroom furniture can really balance out the scheme to create a tranquil bedroom retreat.

2. Marlow side table

The finishing touch to any bedroom scheme has to be the perfect side table. This solid oak piece is painted with a grey finish to create your restful spot of relaxation.

3. Oceans rug

A great way to add further warmth to your bedroom scheme is through soft textiles. This beautiful teal rug looks great adding texture to bare wood floors or it can add colour to a neutral carpet lacking life.

4. Carmina mini azure shade

Featuring an on-trend ombre design, this teal lamp shade lends a contemporary touch to your bedroom. Its wave-like silhouette is sure to catch the eye when hung above your bed.

5. Venice wallpaper

Teal wallpaper lends itself beautifully to creating a standout feature wall in your bedroom. Use this mottled design as the focal point of the room by hanging it behind your master bed then temper it by pairing with light grey walls and grey home accessories.

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Posted on October 26 2016
by: Sam Kean

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