St Ives, CornwallCoastal Bedroom, Cornwall

This is an example of a beach style grey and brown bedroom in Cornwall with grey walls, medium hardwood flooring and brown floors. —  Houzz
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syd312rsyd312r wrote:27 January 2015
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    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    6 years ago
    Hi syd312r,

    Thank you for your question.

    Mahogany and mustard work beautifully together, so we can imagine your current set up is looking lovely! Adding a grey feature wall will definitely work - complementing both of your current colours and overall pulling your scheme together. You'll end up with a really sophisticated and luxurious looking colour palette for your room.

    Please get in touch if we can help any further and do let us know how you get on! | +44 (0)1637 854 304
  • syd312r
    6 years ago
    Thank you so much for response. I have already posted a photo of my living room on this site, at the moment it is ready to be painted. However in order for you to have a quick look at the photo do I need to upload it again? It comes under the heading Rust coloured leather suite what colour compliments it.
sue_mcallionSue McAllion wrote:12 August 2014
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    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    7 years ago
    Hi Sue,

    Fantastic aren't they?!

    One of our design team will be emailing you shortly with details!
  • tsirogianni
    6 years ago
    Amazing table lights! Can I ask the same question? Where did you get them from?
tsirogiannitsirogianni wrote:15 March 2015
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    Camellia Interiors Ltd
    6 years ago
    Hi tsirogianni,

    We're so glad you like the table lamps!

    These were sourced specially for the client, but if you would like us to source something similar, please contact us as shipping is possible! | +44 (0)1637 854 304
bianca_stroblBianca Strobl wrote:18 November 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Laura Wheat added this to 10 Ways to Spring into the New Season4 February 2016

    Opt for uplifting coloursIncorporate the sunny colours of spring into your décor via accessories such as cushions, throws and lamps. This stunning yellow-accented bedroom is sure to lift the spirits when attempting an early start, as well as looking equally alluring after dark.

    Kate Burt added this to Styling: Where to Spend and Where to Save When Selling Your Home16 October 2015

    Give each room a purposeSpend If you’re currently using a bedroom as a study, walk-in wardrobe, playroom or boxroom, it’s really important to present it as a bedroom when you put your house on the market, since the number of bedrooms is such a valuable selling point. Consider buying an inexpensive bed and making it up – you can always sell it later on if it isn’t needed in your new home. Save Start packing what you won’t need for the next few months and store the boxes in your loft or garage. Decluttering like this will help sell your house, and save your time when it comes to the big move!

    Lara Sargent added this to Trends: Get Set For Dulux’s Colour of the Year 2016 – Cherished Gold23 September 2015

    Pair with pastelsThis versatile shade of gold works well with fresh pastels and rich jewel tones alike.The fresh grey and white palette in this bedroom, for instance, is calm and contemporary but brought right up to date with a simple scattering of golden-coloured cushions, bedside lamps and footstools.It’s amazing how a just sprinkling of warm gold can have so much impact.

    Lara Sargent added this to Colour: 10 Easy Ways to Refresh a Grey Palette for Spring16 March 2015

    Sprinkle on some sunshineGrey and yellow have long been a clever colour combination for fashion and our homes. This sunshine shade is a really simple way to pep up a palette of grey and white in the spring months, reminding us of daffodils, primroses and sunny days to come.Choose any hue from the yellow spectrum – from citrus lemon to earthy mustard – for an instant interiors lift that’s sure to put a smile on your home and your face.

    Gabrielle Orcutt added this to How to Choose the Bedroom Wallpaper of Your Dreams17 December 2014

    Use as a subtle backdropThis ‘barely there’ wallpaper adds a delicate sense of texture without overwhelming this Cornish bedroom. The gentle pattern adds subtle depth without fighting with the view, which is the real star of the show. See more of the evocative textures and wallpapers that feature in this St Ives holiday home

    Karen Wilson added this to 9 Ways to Make Space for a Chic Dressing Area3 November 2014

    Take a seatAn ottoman or two at the bottom of the bed can also serve a dual function – somewhere to sit to put on shoes, and an overspill space to store the most frequently worn ones. Check out more ideas for footstools and ottomans

    Natalie Wain added this to Houzz Tour: Evocative Textures Set the Tone in a St Ives Holiday Home8 September 2014

    Mustard yellow and grey accessories reference the bold hues of the painting in the master bedroom. ‘The gentle colours and Zoffany wallpaper are deliberately muted, as I didn’t want any aspect of the scheme to dominate the room – the artwork and the view do the talking,’ says Elaine. The oak floor was stained with a grey wash to further soften the look, which is illuminated by St Ives’ famously beautiful natural light that pours in through large windows. Wallpaper, Zoffany.See why yellow and grey are a winning combination

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    Marion Matthews added this to My ideas28 August 2021

    Colour combination white, grey and yellow

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