One of the many reasons for the popularity of each of these colors individually is the versatile range of hues and shades that they have to offer. Gray can act both as a soothing neutral and a dominant, accent hue in a room while blue can play the role of a protagonist and also supporting cast with equal ease. This offers an endless array of possibilities to work with.
Even if you do not have space for a large walk-n closet, you can still usher in its exquisite charm with a large closet that stretches from one wall of the bedroom to the other. If you want even more closet space in the master bedroom, then even two whole walls can be turned into a series of shelves, cabinets and clever contraptions that create a stunning closet. Translucent glass doors can replace the more popular glass doors to ensure that even a cluttered closet that is a touch less organized remains hidden. And those looking to improve visual space in the modest bedroom can also turn to mirrored doors.
Not sure about which shade of blue or gray you want to use in your contemporary bedroom? How about bluish-gray! Yep, bringing together the two hot hits, this is a color that has been making giant waves in the decorating world for a while now. It can be used to create a cool and inviting backdrop that also feels inherently urbane. Couple it with décor and accessories in darker tones of gray or brighter hues of blue and you have a stylish bedroom that is also incredibly adaptable. This is a color scheme that works especially well in modern Scandinavian bedrooms, thanks to its cheerful, appeal.
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