22 Grey Bedrooms With Impeccably Stylish Interior Design
These spaces will make you giddy for grey.
Whether you infuse your bedroom with grey paint, wallpaper or home accessories, even the simplest addition can make a significant impact. Don’t believe us? Check out these 20 grey bedrooms for proof.
In the master bedroom of this winter retreat in Palm Beach the walls are covered in a Venetian plaster, the settee by Gastone Rinaldi is upholstered in a Bergamo fabric, and the rug is by V’Soske.
Modern grey-and-white wallpaper by Cole & Son, and Parma Gray paint by Farrow & Ball’s line the walls of this guest bedroom in Monaco. A modern lamp by Michael Anastassiades for Flos sits behind the nightstand. The bed is by Flexform and has a cover in an Osborne & Little check. The large drawing on top of the 1950s wall unit is by Joe Bradley.
In a Brooklyn townhouse, the master bedroom walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Gray Owl. The light fixture is from West Elm and the sconces are by Serena & Lily. The bed, by Ballard Designs, is upholstered in a Lake August fabric and topped with a vintage Moroccan blanket and a pillow from Breuckelen Berber.
The master bedroom of designer Jean-Louis Deniot’s Parisian apartment boasts walls coated in a custom slate-colored paint and the portraits are from the 16th century through the 1960s. The crystal lamps and bronze ceiling pendant are by Deniot, and the leather rug is by Serge Lesage.
In Andy Cohen’s Greenwich Village apartment, the grey Ralph Lauren Home wallpaper matches the shades on the vintage Pierre Giraudon green-resin nightstand lamps from John Salibello. The bed is upholstered in a Maharam plaid by Paul Smith and dressed with Pratesi linens.
The master bedroom in this classic L.A. family home boasts a custom grey headboard that is upholstered in a de Le Cuona linen, a 1750 bergère is covered in a Claremont wool, and the Swedish 18th-century cabinet and 1930s bench are from Lief; the rugs are by Mansour, and the wall reliefs are by Robert Graham. The grey furnishings add color to the white bedroom.
In a Greenwich retreat’s master bedroom the grey palette begins with the walls, which are painted in Pavilion Gray by Farrow & Ball. The headboard is by Roman Thomas, the bed linens are by Matouk, the console is by BDDW, and the armchair is from Galerie Blanchetti. The rug is by Mitchell Denburg.
In the grey-hued guest bedroom of a London townhouse, hotelier and designer Kit Kemp used a Brunschwig & Fils toile de Jouy for the walls, canopy, pillows and bedding. This design strategy adds texture to the room while maintaining a clean, monochromatic color scheme. The artwork is by Dick Bixby.
In an Upper East Side home designed by Steven Gambrel , the master bedroom is anchored by a grey Stark rug that sets a cool tone for the rest of the space. The slipper chairs are covered in a fabric by Sabina Fay Braxton , the sofa is upholstered in a velvet by Camengo and the 1950s cocktail table is Italian.
The grey-and-tan master bedroom in this East Hampton home, designed by Celerie Kemble , features a grey rug by Merida . The custom bed is dressed in D. Porthault linens, the nightstands are from Currey & Company and the lamps are by Christopher Spitzmiller .
Michael Bruno, the founder of 1stdibs , may have a website filled with colorful goods but his house in New York’s famed Tuxedo Park maintains a muted composure. The master bedroom’s walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Indian River. The room showcases a custom-made bed upholstered in a silk mohair by J. Robert Scott . The bedding is by Deborah Sharpe Linens , the 1940s bedside tables came from a Paris flea market and the gilt-wood mirror is 18th century. The rug is by Mansour Modern .
In the Hamptons, architect Paul Masi and designer Damon Liss, raised the elemental barn to a new level of sophistication with grey tones and subtly elegant design. The bedding in the master is by Matteo , the custom-made leather dresser is by BDDW , and the ceiling is of weathered cedar shingles.
When a couple found just the right Palm Beach penthouse for a getaway from their Manhattan home, they encouraged their longtime designers, Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts , to go all-out mod. The grey master bedroom showcases stools by Azadeh Shladovsky from Jean de Merry , 1970s bedside tables by Karl Springer topped with lamps by Roberto Rida and a silver 1960s Italian armchair.
In art and furniture dealer Ralph Pucci’s Long Island beach house, a guest bedroom is characterized by whispers of grey and blue. The Charles P. Rogers bed is dressed in bedding by Restoration Hardware , and a Bertoia chair is paired with a vintage Indonesian desk. The photograph is by Christopher Makos .
In the Madrid home of designer Lorenzo Castillo , the grey guest bedroom is accented with a deep red daybed upholstered in a Jim Thompson toile de Jouy. A pair of 18th-century engravings by Piranesi hangs above the daybed, and the bamboo side table is from the 1970s. The grey striped wallpaper is by Ralph Lauren Home , and the doors are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe .