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If you are looking for grey bedroom ideas, you are in good company. Of all the bedroom colours, it is on-trend grey that is fast becoming the New Magnolia and it seems to be everyone’s shade of choice when it comes to decorating. This is good news because high-street and designer outlets are bursting with grey in all its multiple gradations and across every conceivable product – from beds and storage to wallpapers and fabrics, lighting and flooring – the only difficulty will be deciding what’s right for you. Grey is a versatile shade that runs from near-back gunmetal at one end of the spectrum to the palest pastel at the other. If using grey on walls, think about the mood you want to create. You may prefer a darker, dramatic feel over a bright and airy scheme so pick your paint shade accordingly. Or consider paring it with white for a delightful Scandinavian feel. Decide on how and where you are going to use pattern. If you go for plain, painted walls you will want to introduce florals or stripes on curtains or blinds; bed linen or carpet. Some people prefer to limit pattern to these easier-to-change elements of a room rather than decorating with it, but blowsly florals and smart stripes in tones of grey can be stunning in a bedroom and you might want to consider them. A well chosen wallpaper pattern can be the making of a distinctive bedroom. Take your style into consideration when deciding on a colour scheme. If you prefer a modern bedroom style, you may want deeper, more dramatic shades of grey. Team them with metal and glass for an industrial edge and keep your scheme predominantly monochrome for a clean, crisp look. In a country-style, vintage-look or more traditional bedroom scheme you might like to bring in gentle powdery tones of blue or pink to temper the grey. One of the joys of this shade is that it can be as masculine or feminine as you like depending on how you use it and what you put with it – a quality that makes it super versatile especially if you and your partner have different bedroom interior design preferences. After more bedroom design inspiration? Take a look at these bedroom wallpaper ideas


This bedroom uses shades of grey to create a calming haven. The feature wallpapered wall, while covered in a busy pattern, uses the palette of grey and white, which softens it. The colour theme continues throughout the room, with grey walls complementing bedside furniture. Different tones are used in the soft furnishings to ensure the colour theme does not become monotonous.


When painting walls grey think of the tone that you’re trying to set… the mood you hope to evoke. A pale grey in eggshell reflects a softer atmosphere – like puffy clouds in the sky which is quite feminine in feel, and would suit a bedroom, family room even a boy’s nursery. Conversely, a pale grey in a gloss is much more contemporary, lending itself to a stainless steel, modern and edgier look. This is a great look for an office or a kitchen. Darker, warmer, flatter grays, like a wool suit, are perfectly suited to a library or master bedroom suite, whereas a charcoal in high gloss, has a much more elegant, sophisticated and dramatic effect and is well suited for a parlor, dining room or living room.


Grey is a color that, is used excessively, can result is a depressing, cold décor. It’s why it’s not very popular. However, it starts to gain votes thanks to its modern appearance.Grey is also a color that is particularly suitable for bedrooms. That’s because it’s neutral and soothing. Most often, it’s used for accent walls. However, it can also be used to complement a black accent wall and to ease the transition towards white.


If you are looking for grey bedroom ideas, you are in good company. Of all the bedroom colours, it is on-trend grey that is fast becoming the New Magnolia and it seems to be everyone’s shade of choice when it comes to decorating. This is good news because high-street and designer outlets are bursting with grey in all its multiple gradations and across every conceivable product – from beds and storage to wallpapers and fabrics, lighting and flooring – the only difficulty will be deciding what’s right for you.


Grey is calm and soothing and, despite being equated with rainy, cloudy days, in the home gray is the opposite of dreary. Gray presents itself as the perfect backdrop to any style from classic to modern to contemporary. All furniture styles look well with grey and all sorts of colors from pinks, blues, purples, and citrus pair delightfully with this new neutral. Christian Dior said that  “tones of grey, pale turquoise and pink will prevail.”


A light grey colour is a more welcoming and relaxed alternative to white, and proves that going grey doesn’t have to mean dark and moody. A brilliant option for bright and airy bedrooms, this shade prevents the space becoming stark and provides a soft backdrop for a mix of original arts, crafts and retro details.


Grey is a versatile shade that runs from near-back gunmetal at one end of the spectrum to the palest pastel at the other. If using grey on walls, think about the mood you want to create. You may prefer a darker, dramatic feel over a bright and airy scheme so pick your paint shade accordingly. Or consider paring it with white for a delightful Scandinavian feel.


In an eaves or attic bedroom, make decorative use of sloping walls and ceilings. In this room, a gentle grey has been used on the feature wall to offset the white paint used elsewhere. The contrast emphasises the lovely lines of the architecture, opening up what is quite a small space. Darker grey has been limited to lighting, bed and throw here, with exquisite touches of pattern on cushions and a primrose armchair that warms up the greys.


Keep to a single tone of grey for walls, window treatments and flooring and bring a dark feature bed into the scheme. This one, upholstered in dark grey and with impressive wraparound headboard, spans two windows and is centred below smart fitted pelmets and an impressive pair of Roman blinds. Where you have a single toned backdrop like this, be sure to include an accent shade so that things don’t get too cold. Pretty pink more than rises to the occasion here – in plains and stripes on bedding and cushions.


A darker shade of grey would be more suitable for an accent wall. In the bedroom, it’s usually the wall against which the headboard rests that is painted in a color different than the other walls. If you choose grey, then you can opt for white for the bedding and even the bed itself. Also, to brighten the atmosphere, you can hand a mirror on two on the same wall.


Pebble gray walls start the warming trend in this dining room. While the shade on the walls is light, it warms up the space in a way white walls can't. Contemporary wood furniture, warm wood floors, and taupe tile on the backsplash of the bar draw out the warm undertones of the gray walls for an overall look that’s inviting, not sterile.


Contemporary Chic Pebble gray walls start the warming trend in this dining room. While the shade on the walls is light, it warms up the space in a way white walls can't. Contemporary wood furniture, warm wood floors, and taupe tile on the backsplash of the bar draw out the warm undertones of the gray walls for an overall look that’s inviting, not sterile. Exclusive: Top Gray and Neutral Paint Colors


Take your style into consideration when deciding on a colour scheme. If you prefer a modern bedroom style, you may want deeper, more dramatic shades of grey. Team them with metal and glass for an industrial edge and keep your scheme predominantly monochrome for a clean, crisp look. In a country-style, vintage-look or more traditional bedroom scheme you might like to bring in gentle powdery tones of blue or pink to temper the grey. One of the joys of this shade is that it can be as masculine or feminine as you like depending on how you use it and what you put with it – a quality that makes it super versatile especially if you and your partner have different bedroom interior design preferences.


If deep grey is a bit scary in a small bedroom, accessorise with it rather than decorating with it. This grey bedroom is actually a completely white room, but the luxurious velvet bed throw, cushions and smart Roman blind dominate the room. An open shelving unit positioned behind a bed can function as headboard and bedside tables as well as storage.


In this modern bedroom, a linear design wallpaper in subtle gradations of grey makes a showstopper of a contemporary white bed frame. Teamed with a white wall panel, the furniture is positioned to create layers of overlapping geometric shapes in grey, white and black. Monochrome shades are carefully balanced across the room, save for a pair of camel-coloured bed cushions, which add a wonderful tactile touch.