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Need advice on master bedroom re: paint/wallpaper ideas
January 29, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Just moved into our new house and are having trouble deciding on how to spruce up the master bedroom. The 80s fan will go, but what colours would work best? We'd like a fun wallpaper behind the headboard if it won't clash too much with the bedspread. Any tips?
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Calvin Simons
Looking at you're natural light you should not try to dark colors.
Pick a earth color or a natural color. (Not bright green, red or bright yellow) pick a not to busy wallpaper for behind the bed.
Pick a bed with a natural color. (Withe brown black etc..)
A backboard witch go's 70cm outside the bed in the color of the bed. Pillows and other decoration stuff is always welcome in a bedroom. But nit to mutch. And my final tip is warm color light! This will make it a cozier room!
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Treena Crochet
Because you have a small space, I recommend using a bright and lively wallpaper behind the head of the bed then coordinate the other three walls with the soft blue gray from the paper. Then, you can accent the rest of the room like bedding and window shades bringing in orange and blues.
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I like Treena's choice, and also Cole & Son Woods wallpaper: [houzz=
0 Likes   January 29, 2013 at 9:33AM
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if you having warm and cozy effect i would like to suggest you friend as you have less speace too so you can use paintings,wall hangings which can be used to serve your books rack,decoration, or other multiple purposes.dont change a color but if you want to so you can use Child Bedroom
light blue to have an effect of sky,sea its gives you relaxing feel.while wall hangings collections are given below..
1. LillÄngen Mirror
2.Brown Wall Mount Magazine Rack
3.Collector's Shelves
4.White Straight And Narrow Wall Rack
5.Down to the Wire Wall Bin
6.Birdcage Magazine Rack
Try it you will have a wornderful master bed.. i am sure. :)
Cheers in advance.
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Excellent tips. I do like Treena's advice about using the complement colour of a wallpaper on the other three walls, and we have been leaning towards a blue/grey. But the pattern on the bedspread is abit hard to match. I was thinking silver or grey stripes, but that tree paper is pretty nifty too. Could do something like that with blue/grey walls....
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hi i have a bed room i did over about a year ago but i would like to change the color i was thinking about dark gray a light grays what do you think an maybe dark gray curtains
0 Likes   January 29, 2013 at 12:31PM
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Welcome Home designs
Here is a bedroom with a fun wallpaper.
Bold yet subtle.

2 Likes   January 30, 2013 at 5:44PM
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Is you bed reclaimed wood or a like stain? Paint your walls a complimentary warm color and go for similar accents, like the lamps in this pic; add a great oil painting.
0 Likes   January 30, 2013 at 5:56PM
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What colors do you like?
0 Likes   January 30, 2013 at 6:03PM
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Cassidy Wilton
How about those? It depends what colors you like.
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Diana Cheung
It'd paint the wall a nice taupe color and put one of these wallpaper behind the headboard.
As extra, you can complement taupe with purple. For example, the decorative pillows. Add nice white accessories as contrast to the color of the walls. Good luck! Hope to pictures when you're done.
1 Like   February 5, 2013 at 10:05AM
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Thanks! I do like the paper with the birds, where is it from? the colour is almost exactly like the bedspread though, might be abit much. We are leaning towards an ivory or soft white for the walls, with possible wallpaper behind the headboard and then using accent colours for throw cushions, artwork. Just have to find the right wallpaper!
0 Likes   February 6, 2013 at 10:50AM
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Diana Cheung
The wallpaper with the doves is from the shop Be Spoke Wallpaper . co. uk
URL: http://bespokewallpaper.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=26019
It might look like the color is too much now, but when you start to put accessories, lamps, pillows in complementary colors, it will look balanced. Don't forget a nice painting! Or a set of three picture frames above the headboard. :D
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Blinds Direct Canada
I would recommend some decorative drapery panels on a rod to really finish the look.
1 Like   February 6, 2013 at 3:28PM
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