This neutral color palette has been on my mind lately! I love the way older wood antique pieces look against gray walls, and with the addition of graphic accents like black and white greek key patterns they fit together cohesively with the more contemporary pieces in the room.
Again, the use of a chevron rug is perfect! I also am inspired to use black and white gingham fabric as an accent, which I wouldn't have considered, but I love how casual and comfy it can make a room feel.
I have inherited a couple of antiques like the vanity and dresser (in the top pic above). They are pieces that are dear to me, although I probably wouldn't have ever bought them for myself because they aren't really my style. I think the use of dark gray, brown, and gold is a really great way to blend them with other elements in the room. They no longer feel so "old" and "granny-like" or what I call "Little House on the Prairie". Don't get me wrong, the pieces featured here are drop dead gorgeous antiques!!!
Done and done. This room can do no wrong in my book! Love the paisley tapestry bedding, gold frames, light gray walls, and mix of chocolate brown and wood furniture! I want to have a cocktail in this room!
I have my eye on this tufted bed! It's so plush and those gray/brown taupe walls are lovely. This is just right on! I'm drawing inspiration from this room for a client's master bedroom re-do in the Valley.