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Room of the Week

May 15, 2013

This weeks Room of the Week is a retro blue bedroom. From the House to Home galleries this room combines strong colour, pattern and texture to create a layered design to the bedroom.

Blue bedroom

This bedroom has a base palette of blue and grey tones which are accented with yellow, lime and white. These are colours that can be combined to create a very fresh look, perfect as we move into summer.

Strong blue walls are a great anchor for a decoration scheme in a bedroom as the finished effect can be very comforting – just don’t choose a cool shade of blue. From the Mini Moderns paint range Washed Denim reminds you of your favourite pair of jeans, it was actually inspired by the well-worn overalls of north east fishermen. It is a great colour if you are ready to step away from your usual neutral choice.

Mini Moderns Washed Denim

With your base walls painted you can then add some accent colours. Decorating accessories can easily be changed when you want to freshen the look so be brave on the colour choice. I recently used this fabulous Little Trees fabric from Miss Print to make cushions for a client. We also made them in the same fabric in English Grey and Aquamarine to mix up the colour scheme – it works so well, and the look constantly changes when you rearrange the cushions!

Miss Print

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