Chalet InteriorsTraditional Bedroom, Denver
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Coffee and cream. Whip up your own cappuccino with a mix of coffee and cream hues, from frothed milk to coffee bean. This is a great way to transform beige walls you weren’t so fond of into an asset. Contrast is key to making this look successful, so be sure to include shades that are both darker and lighter than your wall color.How to work with coffee colors
My bedding is a perfect example. I have soft, luxurious sheets that I hand wash and spritz with lavender. Some of you probably think I'm nuts, but I love my impractical bedding. I'm the first to admit that it does more for me emotionally than it does practically. After all, I’m not the princess in The Princess and the Pea — I could sleep on something that feels less like heaven, but my nice, thick sheets make me feel special and comfortable. I sleep better, and I wake up feeling grateful.
Choosing textiles in the same tonal and color families makes a bedroom feel both high end and calming. The gradients of chocolate and cream shown here are rich and warm neutrals that are gorgeous on their own, but that could be instantly changed with the addition of a bright orange pillow, a throw on the bench or patterned sheets.
The master bedroom is a serene retreat.Wall paint: Clay Beige OC-11, Benjamin Moore; chandelier: Camilla, Pottery Barn; rug: Brookhaven in 515 mushroom, Godfrey Hirst
1. Soft, natural neutrals. This plush upholstered bed frame and hotel-style bedding beg for a long afternoon nap. Houzz readers saved this photo for its neutral palette, unique light fixture and extra-comfy furnishings.