Top Designers Give Color Suggestions for the Bedroom
BEDROOM BLISS: We asked three designers to show us how to create a dreamy bedroom around a well-chosen hue...
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Base Color Navy—just add Gold, White
Sarah Back (backinteriors.com) loves to use navy to anchor a light-colored space or to create a homey haven. It transitions easily from summer to fall with a quick change of accent colors—pair with coral and kelly green during warm months, red or olive the rest of the year. Or simply stick with blue and white as Back does here, and add gold for a touch of glam.
“Navy shows up in every project I do. It’s making a resurgence, and it’s so versatile. It looks as great on a wingback chair as it does on a Barcelona. It’s practically a neutral, and gives a space a warm and cheerful feeling.” —Sarah Back
NAVY—Get the Look
Gilt Plaster Cloud mirror made in the 1950s for Blue Mound Furniture
by Marko Manufacturing, $1,100, at Douglas Rosin.
Regina Andrew tapered hex column lamp with distressed gold finish over cast metal, $225, at Classic Remix.
Prince Regent Stripe viscose-cotton blend fabric in Aegean, $198 per yard, at Lee Jofa.
Vintage Marcel Breuer for Thonet armchair, $2,100, at Arts 220.
Cole & Son Tropical Birds wallpaper in Midnight, 21 inches wide, 30-inch repeat, $68 per 11-yard roll,
at Lee Jofa (through designers).
Woodhouse queen bed in Ireland Marine, $2,950, at Jonathan Adler.
Down-filled gold Suzani pillow, 24 by 24 inches, $195, at Jayson Home & Garden.
Carved-wood elk antlers covered with 22-carat gold leaf, $900, at Branca.
Kennedy sofa upholstered in navy linen (Jackie), $3,895, at Jayson Home & Garden.
PHOTOGRAPH Kelly Marshall
PHOTOGRAPH (mirror) rebecca uhle