Winchelsea BeachShabby-chic Style Bedroom, London

Design ideas for a romantic grey and pink bedroom in London. —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
This photo has 3 questions

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kate Burt added this to Why a Scene-stealing Headboard Could Make Your Bedroom Makeover15 November 2017

Coordinate a twin roomIf you’re redesigning a guest or shared bedroom, choosing matching headboards – and coordinating covers and cushions – will make the room look smart and well-thought-out. Hanging coordinating pictures and matching lamps above the beds will provide further pleasing symmetry for a neat finish.These reclaimed wood headboards are useful as well as good-looking, being deep enough to use as shelves – especially handy when space is too tight for bedside tables.How to fit a bedside shelf into even the tiniest room

Kate Burt added this to How to Create a Relaxed, Nearly All-white Scheme18 July 2017

Flower upThis pocket-sized bedroom makes use of all the tricks to add interest and easy style to an all-white scheme: wood-panelled walls, yep. Pink, yep. A dash of grey, indeed. Antiques? Check. Oh yes and battered bare wood, uh-huh, that too. One new touch, however, is the addition of a soft floral in those pillows and cushions. Faded is the way to go for this look – and in an informal arrangement like this, blending warmer and cooler whites, as seen where the cushions and pillows meet the duvet covers, is to be encouraged.Will you save any of these photos to your own ideabooks? Tell us which ones and what you love about them in the Comments section.

Victoria Harrison added this to 10 Ways to Get the Pale and Pretty Country Look18 April 2017

Plump for faded floralsBright country florals are out for this look, but soft, washed-out patterns are definitely in. Plump for florals in soft pastel shades or pick vintage textiles for that authentic ‘soft washed’ look and you’ll create a room that’s understated and pretty.You don’t need too much pattern to create this effect either. Mixing in just a few patterned cushions or pillowcases with crisp white bedding, as seen here, will be enough to create the desired effect.

Ruth Garner added this to Trends: Elevate Your Interiors With Beautiful Reclaimed Wood26 July 2014

Get a head for your bedThese reclaimed wooden headboards chime beautifully with the natural mood of the room. Make sure planks are well sanded to avoid night-time splinters, though – the smooth wood will still add oodles of colour and character.Discover more ways to use natural wood

What Houzz users are commenting on:

ceri_moore added this to Plate Cove-final decisions12 April 2020

for my bedroom, have the wall where my headboard is just like the wood shown here (running vertically, and skinnier boards). Also do the ceiling exactly as shown here. But for the remaining walls, do them like the rest of the house (wider planks running horizontally).

Photos in Winchelsea Beach

United Kingdom
Tailor my experience with cookies

Houzz uses cookies and similar technologies to personalise my experience, serve me relevant content, and improve Houzz products and services. By clicking ‘Accept’ I agree to this, as further described in the Houzz Cookie Policy. I can reject non-essential cookies by clicking ‘Manage Preferences’.