Chatfield CoveBeach Style Bedroom, Charlotte

Photo of a beach style bedroom in Charlotte with white walls, dark hardwood floors, a standard fireplace and brown floor. —  Houzz
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optimisehome
Optimise Home added this to 10 Keys for a Well-Functioning House21 October 2020

9. Layer with colourYour choice of colour isn’t important only for how it looks; it also will have a big impact on how you feel in the space. Get it wrong, and the colour will shout at you every time you enter the room. Get it right, and you won’t even notice the colour – you’ll just love spending time in the space.A good tip is to layer your colour palette. Start with a neutral backdrop and build on colour carefully by adding bolder shades through accessories and art. However, neutral doesn’t mean painting your walls a bland shade. You can create a neutral version of practically any colour by going either very light or very dark. Think greys, caramels and sandy tones, all of which work in any version from light to dark as a neutral backdrop that you can combine with any other accent colour.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Marzi Meadows added this to My Project2 days ago

Pretty yet simple. Letting elements breathe.

lisa_schonbrun
Lisa Schonbrun_PB added this to Master bedroom3 days ago

Would love to add a fireplace with spot for a TV above it in the master bedroom

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Brett and Chanelle Fibke added this to My Project3 days ago

Wall paint colour. Very light, but not ultra pure white

elaine_roman47
Elaine Roman added this to Elaine's ideas4 days ago

Bedroom in different shades of white with subtle touches of pink

lara_bubalomanor
LBM added this to Primary Bedroom5 days ago

"9. Layer With Color Your choice of color isn’t important only for how it looks; it also will have a big impact on how you feel in the space. Get it wrong, and the color will shout at you every time you enter the room. Get it right, and you won’t even notice the color — you’ll just love spending time in the space. A good tip is to layer your color palette: Start with a neutral backdrop and build on color carefully by adding bolder shades through accessories and art. However, neutral doesn’t mean painting your walls a bland shade. You can create a neutral version of practically any color by going either very light or very dark. Think grays, caramels and sandy tones, all of which work in any version from light to dark as a neutral backdrop that you can combine with any other accent color."

lara_bubalomanor
LBM added this to Colors5 days ago

"9. Layer With Color Your choice of color isn’t important only for how it looks; it also will have a big impact on how you feel in the space. Get it wrong, and the color will shout at you every time you enter the room. Get it right, and you won’t even notice the color — you’ll just love spending time in the space. A good tip is to layer your color palette: Start with a neutral backdrop and build on color carefully by adding bolder shades through accessories and art. However, neutral doesn’t mean painting your walls a bland shade. You can create a neutral version of practically any color by going either very light or very dark. Think grays, caramels and sandy tones, all of which work in any version from light to dark as a neutral backdrop that you can combine with any other accent color."

tursh
tursh added this to Bedroom5 days ago

Layers of neural with accents of color

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