You’ve probably heard us say on more than one occasion that a master bedroom is one of the most important rooms of the house to style beautifully — sure it’s out of sight from most guests but it’s your space to relax and unwind and that can be hard to do in a bedroom that’s uninspiring. Today MBI brings you bedroom inspiration with white, grey and copper details which are a combo to die for! Take a look!
A ratio many interior designers use to create a balanced space is 60:30:10 where 60% of the space is predominantly 1 colour, 30% another colour and 10% an accent colour.
For this brief we would recommend either 60% white: 30% grey: 10% copper OR for a moodier look 60% grey: 30% white: 10% copper. And if you really want to go moody, you could even replace white with blush pink which is a perfect match with copper!
Copper is great as an accent but where we’ve seen it used as more than that, it can detract from a space rather than enhance it.
In terms of wall painting, If you’ve opted for predominately grey, you could paint all your walls in a warm medium grey or if white is your 60% colour, find a crisp cool white that works well with grey and copper.
Depending on the style of room you want to go for, your bedding will need to fit that brief. You might think I’m just going for a copper, white and grey bedroom but there are many takes on this look from the minimalist Scandinavian style to a more bohemian version pictured below. Think about how you want to feel in your bedroom and then go shopping for the right quilt set.
Above we said that copper works best as an accent colour and the easiest and most versatile way to introduce copper is through accessories. A copper lamp, candle sticks, vase or tray are just some ideas to add a tasteful amount of bling to your bedroom.
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There you have some important tips to create a white, grey and copper bedroom — do you have any other tips to add? Have you found the most amazing copper accessory you’d love to share? Comment below to tell us what you think!