One of the best ways to jump into charcoal gray is with a gorgeous sofa. The visual weight of charcoal is the perfect match for a tailored sofa. Mid-Century Modern inspired sofas are especially well-suited for charcoal gray, with a nod back to the menswear of that era. Room & Board's Andre Sofa in Total Charcoal is a stunning example of how charcoal should be used on a sofa. The clean lines and appealing charcoal fabric, make this sofa the #1 reason to love charcoal decor. If you're not ready for a new sofa, charcoal accent chairs can easily refresh your living room style. Wallpaper has been back in vogue for a few years, and stylish new offerings are appearing every day. The wallpaper trend at first was a little timid, with delicate brocade designs, which were lovely, but almost apologetic as if they weren't sure they were welcome in your home yet. As the wallpaper trend took off, the patterns and designs became bolder and brighter, and even darker. This is why the Paradise Charcoal Wallpaper by Llewelyn-Bowen earns a spot on the list of favorite charcoal decor. The tone on tone design of this swanky wallpaper can bring charcoal onto your walls, even as just an accent wall.
Bring elements of nature into a guest room by using lavender fabrics with a floral pattern. Offset the pattern with a neutral rug, or add depth and drama with a deep purple rug. Use an off-white bedskirt and wood furniture for color balance and texture. Hang artwork depicting lavender flowers, and add a ceramic or metal pitcher filled with flowers. Your guests might not want to leave this charming space. For a decadent feel, paint the ceiling a high-gloss deep plum, use lavender wallcovering with some shimmer, and pile on pillows in various shades of purple and lavender. Add pops of color in fabrics and accessories such as deep green for an energized feel. Use black as punctuation on fabric edges, bedskirt and lamp shades. A dark wood four-poster bed evokes a sense of history in this setting. Create a canopy that coordinates with the bedding for ultimate luxury.
Charcoal grout with white subway tile adds texture to this perfectly neutral bathroom. And the reverse: Charcoal tile with white grout also creates pattern from contrast, with a little more depth. A citrus-yellow sofa with charcoal piping against a charcoal accent wall. "Nearly any bright color pops against gray. I recommend one dark enough to hide spills — my sofa cushions are filled with merlot-stained goose down feathers. ainting the place you open your eyes to every day can be tricky. It's important to make sure your bedroom is filled with colors that energize and soothe you at the same time. Consider the pre-existing factors of your bedroom, such as light exposure, size, and furniture, and decide on the ambience you want to create in this space. Opt for soothing shades with touches of bold and energizing colors, and avoid gloomy or overly bright tones.
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