Hello, lovely people! Hope everyone is having a great day today. I’m still battling with a cold, it’s been going on for almost two weeks now and just when I start to feel better…I wake up with the symptoms again. Somehow, I’ve found the strength to complete most of the chair. I only have to upholster the back! Yay! I actually stayed up til 5am to work on it because I couldn’t sleep. Surprisingly, I made it into work today. Here’s how it’s looking so far. Isn’t it pretty?
I think the bold black and white stripes look great against the soft gray wall and next to the teal dresser. And yes I just realized the hardware on the dresser is crooked. I’ll be sure to fix that when my bedroom is complete. I believe the stripes are straight enough considering how late it was when I working on it. Breeze came out a few times to check on me and also eat some cotton batting. Does anyone know if that will hurt him? He loves to eat unnatural things like carpet, cotton, toilet tissue, rubber bands. The vet said he was healthy though.
Now that I’ve decided to incorporate black into my bedroom, I began browsing the internet for inspiration for bedroom with black and teal.
I love those zebra print stools! If the size of my bedroom wasn’t the equivalent of a closet. I would definitely consider putting one at the foot of my bed.
I just love this chair. If I had a wingback chair to upholster I would definitely use teal fabric with nailhead trim. It goes perfect with the black and white zig zag rug.
This bedroom uses subtle splashes of black and teal. I love the amount of natural light it gets too and of course that tufted headboard!
Even though this room is painted in a lovely shade teal it doesn’t overpower the entire space and the black and white stripe bedding serves as a nice balance.
Now for some black and white bedrooms. I really like this shared room especially the way the bold black and white striped pillows complement the graphic black and white floral duvet from Anthropologie. I definitely could see a teal dresser placed perfectly in this bedroom.
So what are some other colors I could incorporate into the black, white, teal and gray color palette? Pink?