Kilburn ParkScandinavian Bedroom, London

Photo by Nathalie Priem

Design ideas for a scandi bedroom in London with carpet and green walls. —  Houzz
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ql805 wrote:6 November 2016
  • Wang
    3 years ago

    What color is that wall?

  • carmen_jansz
    2 years ago

    Sorry if this question has been asked already, but can you please give me the name of the paint colour in your bedroom ;o)

LAUREN BEECHENO wrote:5 May 2020
    6 months ago

    great thanks!

  • Carolin
    6 months ago

    Hi, from which brand is the wall color? Thanks

toffilux wrote:14 July 2016
  • toffilux
    4 years ago

    thanks for letting me know

  • Becky Marlow
    4 years ago
    I LOVE the wall colour! I don't think I have even seen that colour before. Good job
Tim Burrows wrote:3 May 2017
  • Tim Burrows
    3 years ago
    Oops don't worry I can see someone already asked
rhinugent wrote:8 September 2016
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    Shanade McAllister-Fisher Design
    4 years ago

    Hi, Thanks! These were sourced from The White Company.

Helen wrote:4 August 2016
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    Shanade McAllister-Fisher Design
    4 years ago

    Hello, the lights are from Filampthropy and come in a range of colours.

carlakirk16 wrote:12 December 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Victoria Harrison added this to Will These Be the Top Design Trends of 2020?28 November 2019

    Green schemesThis year, we saw a rise in searches for ‘green kitchens’, which have increased by 50% since 2018, along with searches for ‘green bedrooms’ and ‘green bathrooms’, which both made their way into the most popular list for the first time.“When we think about green, we often refer to nature, and it can impart a feeling of peace; this is what we probably all need in these fast modern times,” Sara Ripamonti and Amit Malhotra, co-founders of Aflux Designs, say. “Darker tones of green are usually associated with feelings of relaxation and calm, while lighter shades bring a sense of revitalisation and freshness to a room,” they say.“Painting a wall or using a decorative wallpaper in shades of green will harness this trend,” they add. “You could also use the colour on a ceiling to create a deep sense of protection.”

    Sarah Alcroft added this to This is How Designers Would Make the Most of a Small Bedroom26 November 2019

    They let things hangA smart trick is to choose furniture that hangs on the wall, as the space below will give an uncluttered feel.“Wall-mounted bedside tables will increase the sense of space,” Eva says. “A picture ledge above the bed will do the job where there’s no space to the side.”Wall lamps or pendant lights will also free up bedside table space.

    Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Ideas for Designing a Scandinavian-style Bedroom8 October 2018

    Add a hint of blueFor extra interest, don’t just stick to plain grey. Here, a gentle blue-grey wall works again as a background for minimal artwork and gives an extra layer to the shades of grey on the bedding.Although the blue adds character to the grey and white scheme, it could have lacked warmth without the earthy tones on the bedside table, vase, candle and flowers. With these few additions, the cool space becomes a cosy sanctuary.Kit out your sleepspace with bedroom décor from the Houzz Shop.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    Louise added this to SODDA7 days ago

    pendant lights fuq komodini imma mhux mis-saqaf

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