Bedding can be a difficult choice as it's easy to tire of prints and fussy patterns. Charcoal bedding can feel a bit masculine at first glance, but the secret is in the fabric you choose. A luxurious satin or velvet fabric can soften the serious nature of charcoal bedding. The Brooklyn Quilted Bedding from Z Gallerie, is a rich charcoal color appearing in a textured velvet that makes it sweet and appealing. Charcoal bedding can be the focal point for a master bedroom, or guest room, giving you unlimited accent color opportunities. Benjamin Moore's Kendal Charcoal is one of the most popular gray paint colors on the market today. This is a rich charcoal gray, with a hint of warmth, making it a good match with woodwork and off white trim.
Linen, A light and creamy space can be quite beautiful and welcoming, and a linen-dressed bedroom can fit right into that category. Adorn the walls in this light shade and personalize it. Being that we spend about one-third of our lives asleep, it makes sense to invest in bedding that's not only comfortable, but stands the test of time. But with so many options out there — thread count, fabric make-up, patterns, solids — the decision process can be overwhelming. Thread count isn't an indication of quality anymore. Unless it's an amazing and very expensive fabric, a high thread count is just a numbers game: many companies cheat the numbers with double twist yarns in a cheaper fabric. "Personally, I prefer a 400 single pick percale sheet because of the crisp, cool feel. But if you like a soft, warm, bed, a great stretchy jersey sheet might be your thing, and that's not about thread count at all.
In this eclectic living room, warm-tone charcoal provides the backdrop for different colors, patterns and lines. It gives the room a nice weight and feels a bit more formal than white would. Using cool charcoal as an accent in a lighter gray room is the perfect way to create a focal point. "Light gray walls feel crisp and airy, while darker tones create a sultry, sexy, cozy mood. Charcoal with citrus: The warm gray sets off this bright orange, making it stand out even more. The high-gloss gray cabinets from Ikea set off the white and give this kitchen a nice visual landing place that white cabinets would not provide. This gray is about as achromatic as it comes. The Lava Teak melamine chipboard by Cleaf from Italy and launched by Poggenpohl is both modern and earthy (think Big Sur).
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