5 Contemporary Bedrooms with Neutral Palettes
We’ve comprised 5 of our contemporary neutral bedrooms that showcase tone and texture to create a compelling and comfortable space.
1. Uptown Eclectic
The primary bedroom in Uptown Eclectic lets a geometric custom wallpaper shine beneath an eye-catching vintage chandelier. The white and off-white tones are contrasted by the bed linens with their pop of blue, custom bedside tables, and a whimsical Haas Brothers day bed.
2. Southampton Estate
The Southampton Estate bedroom offers a unique cathedral ceiling. The open and airy signature of Hampton homes is achieved with floor to ceiling white and off-white tones, while a light cove around the perimeter of the room and grey texture in the rug help to make the space feel cozy and comfortable.
3. Red Mountain
A neutral space doesn’t have to be floor to ceiling white and grey. Incorporating warm browns and textured fabrics help a space avoid becoming sterile and flat. In the Red Mountain guest bedroom, the upholstered headboard and wall-to-wall carpet are textures that bring an added layer of warmth.
4. East End Avenue
The East End Avenue bedroom is an example of using only monochromatic neutrals. It is the plush materials and textures that give depth to the room while maintaining a sense that one is sleeping in a cloud.
5. The Astor
In The Astor guest bedroom, camel tones are used in the bedding, window treatments, and carpet to reflect the warm tones in the wood flooring, contrasted by contemporary darker-toned elements such as the headboard and the bedside tables.