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Burnt Orange and Grey Boy's Bedroom

1st March 2018

It is never easy to go from a child's bedroom decor to a teenager's den, but this room perfectly makes that transition. The combination of orange and grey gives a young modern feel and the room features plenty of textures for warmth and comfort, so they will never want to get out of bed! The window seat has a selection of plump cushions to relax on and read a book, or to play on their tablet or chat to their mates! Smart, yet stylish, this scheme can evolve as they do, but has a great base that will endure over time.

Burnt Orange and Grey Bedroom

Get the Look

Walls and Curtains

A feature wall in the dark burnt orange Blazer creates contrast with the light grey Ammonite to keep it smart.

Simple curtains in an off-white Paris Texas cotton, with two lines of Laguna Braid at the top to give them some interest. 

Headboard, Bedspread, and Cushions

A fun headboard in monochrome Hills Cotton meets and balances the impact of the feature wall.

A mix of cushions with Beachcomber Tartan, Ronaldsvoe Wool Fabric, and Rooksmoor Velvet Fabric add some texture and comfort to the bed.

Window Seat and Cushions

Create a window seat in this durable charcoal grey Linghaw fabric. Add contrast piping for a smart and tailored finish.

Add an array of cushions in the matching Burness wool and Rooksmoor Velvet and then pair them with a custom made cushion in this Cross The Line geometric print.

Lighting and Flooring

Create some cosiness with a durable Nomad Rug and add some moodlighting with a couple of stylish table lamps that would look great in any room of the house.

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(Main image: HGTV.)