When it comes to bedrooms, we tend to steer the design toward more tailored, classic pieces. Bedrooms should be a space for rest, and timeless pieces and soothing colors help keep a room from being fussy, distracting, and busy. For this space, we used a mixture of patterns, all in a classic shade of oatmeal, like Keaton Flax, Dover Linen, and Marley Camel. Once we created an elegant, tailored anchor for the space, we brought in accents of deep indigo, like throw pillows, art, and our Cassidy Mirror.
Shop all of the pieces in this room:
Suzanne Kasler Gourd Lamp in Camel
Caroline Headboard with Brass Nailheads in Dover Linen
Sofia Upholstered Settee in Dover Linen
Matthews Swivel Glider in Keaton Flax
Marley Drapery Panels in Camel
Courbe Ottomans in Suzanne Kasler 13oz Linen in Blanc
Find more color palette ideas, or browse our Pinterest boards for more inspiration!
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Thank you so much, Caroline! I’m trying to find the bedding in the pic on the website. It looks like some of it isn’t available anymore. Any suggestions for a similar look?
This bedding is still available but in limited colors and sizes as it’s being discontinued. You can find it here.
So glad you like this space though.
I love this room! I would like to create a similar look in my bedroom. My wall color is Sherwin Williams Basket Beige. I really like the color and would prefer not to change it. Any advice on how to change the fabrics up a little to achieve a similar look? Would the Camden untufted leather headboard work with this bedding? I’m not sure, but I’m afraid some of the fabric choices would get lost against a deep beige wall.
Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
A leather headboard would work great, and it’ll definitely pop against your wall color. All of this definitely coordinates.
I love all the fabrics and different patterns you used. It adds so much warmth to the room.