Neutral colors and soft greens are perfect choices for a relaxed atmosphere in a bedroom or in a living room because these colors are synonyms to relax and wellbeing. Limiting the option to only two or three colors, you can add interest to the room by using geometry and prints: flowers, squares, and lines will offer some visual sculpture without bringing too much attention.
The neutral tone of a beige red (RAL 3012) and beige (RAL 1001) will establish the basics for a relaxed and calm atmosphere. Use the oyster white (RAL 1013) for the walls and the fixtures for a delicate detail framing while inserting accents, decorative objects, and even a carpet in pale green (RAL 6021) to bring color to the inside.
Some linen curtains with floral decorations will be a perfect choice to frame the windows and to add some color on pillows or a cover on the bed too. Use a delicate satin ècru with embroidering geometry in green tones on the bed, which will look perfect next to furnishings made in warm walnut Canaletta, an ideal mix of textures, wood veins, and colors. If space allows, you can also insert a chaise long or an armchair, upholstered in soft velvet with wood or cane woven arms. It will create a cozy angle with a design touch.
A wool carpet is an excellent choice for a bedroom, warm and soft. As an alternative, you can always go with a moquette in a mixed fiber like wool/nylon, this way it will be easier to clean. It can have small square geometry in cream or green color or a plain color. For those who can dedicate a bigger budget, I would consider a good quality oak wooden parquet.
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