Gray bedroom furniture provides an elegant neutral anchor that complements many decor schemes. This also means that redecorating in the future won’t mean blowing the budget on new furniture to match.
Gray furniture makes an understated base for bright color-blocking, cool pastel shades, or crisp monotone embellishments. This versatile furniture choice looks at home with a plethora of finishes too, including warm wood tone wall paneling, pale wall stucco, or industrial-style concrete.
With so many choices, it can be hard to settle on a decor scheme, so we’ve put together 7 of our favorite bedroom ideas with gray furniture to help you on your way.
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Contemporary-style Bedroom with Gray Furniture and Wood Accent Wall
Build a wood accent wall behind gray bedroom furniture to create a contemporary-style bedroom with inviting visual warmth. Smooth wood panels look chic and minimal, whilst a series of wood-slatted counterparts fashion a deeply textural effect.
In this example, wood cladding is cut through with a fresh white panel upon which to display an arrangement of exquisite brass wall decor.
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Bedroom with Black Accent Wall and Gray Furniture
Construct a darkly dramatic bedroom decor scheme around your gray furniture by painting a black accent wall.
This punchy statement will stand out more when combined with crisp white bedroom accessories such as reading lamps or small bedside tables.
Dress your gray bed in crisp white sheets and throw in black or charcoal accent pillows to expand upon the boldly contrasting theme.
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Cozy Blue and Gray Bedroom
Create a cozy blue and gray bedroom scheme by fashioning a muted blue headboard wall behind a soft gray upholstered bed. In this example, a winged headboard wraps the bed like a warm hug.
The feature wall is constructed with a series of panels to create visual interest and modernity. Add a color-matched pale blue throw onto gray bed sheets to achieve cohesivity.
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Modern Gray Bedroom with Navy Accents
Make a modern gray bedroom with navy accents. This cool color combo communicates a fresh look that is steeped with sophistication.
Choose just one or two navy throw pillows to accent your gray bed, and a piece of color-matched modern art to hang above the headboard. Add extra depth and visual warmth to the room by peppering it with brown, tan, or wooden elements.
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Simple Gray Bedroom
Choose a minimalist gray bed design and built-in storage units to achieve a clean and simple gray bedroom aesthetic.
Here, we see how a basic platform bed is combined with a wall of fitted wardrobes and bookshelves to achieve one cohesive flow of furniture. The storage units and shelving morph into a desk, providing a comfortable area for work or study.
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Relaxing Bedroom with Shiplap Wall and Gray Furniture
Shiplap feature walls have proved popular in recent years and continue to offer a pleasing aesthetic that serves coastal interiors, rustic spaces, and country-cottage designs.
Combine a white-washed shiplap focal wall with a tufted gray bed and gray bedside cabinets to achieve a relaxing look that is sure to soothe you off to sleep. Sprinkle matt black accents to gently weigh down the airy look.
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Mid-Century Modern Gray Bedroom
Achieve a cool mid-century modern gray bedroom with a retro-inspired bed design. Biscuit tufting was particularly popular in mid-century modern spaces, and there are many modern interpretations that help set the scene.
Choose bedroom accent furniture with mid-century-style tapered legs and rounded corners. If you’re brave enough, source a statement bedroom chair in a bright signature color of the period.
We love these bedroom designs and their simplicity. We hope that you’ll find them easy to source and construct.
However, if you’re up for a challenge, why not delve into a more elaborate bedroom design? Intricate boiserie walls make a deeply decorative backdrop for a luxury French bed and gray marble bedside tables.
Build a striking industrial-style design with textured concrete walls, a black metal chandelier, and a gray-washed wooden bed. Or, take your favorite elements from several different aesthetics to create an eclectic scheme with individual character and personality.
Have fun working with gray furniture, and keep on reinventing.