Silver wall decor can work together to create an exciting bedroom or a soothing bedroom. Depending on the color you use as the dominant color in the room. Stick to a two-color color scheme or design the bedroom to add a third accent color that you can easily change and update.
The color of your walls indicates the tone for the whole room. Silver wall decor metal can serve as a neutral background for the room or you can paint or wallpaper. If your furniture is white or silver, paint the wall behind your bed black for a dynamic look. If a black wall is too much for you, consider a silver and black pattern, such as damask, swirls, a diamond grid. A light bluish silver or gray would work as well.
Use white furniture if the walls are dark or if you want something lighter and lighter to balance the room. A colorful bedside, like red, yellow or turquoise, faces white, silver or black walls and places interest in the room. Black furniture will earn your color scheme. Will still work in the room if you choose to update your color scheme later. Shiny silver furniture with reflective surfaces adds the spark to the room, although it may be too much for your entire bedroom suite. Mix up if you like more of an eclectic look, such as a silverware table, a black chest, black bed.
Your bedding, curtains and carpet should complement furniture and walls while stiffening your black and silver wall decor scheme. A silver bed skirt, black leaves, white quilt and pillows in all three colors will work against darker walls or furniture to keep the look dark. A silver quilt with black lace overlay can create a romantic or dramatic feel in the room, while a black quilt of silver patterns, such as circles, may work best in a teen bedroom. Black lace curtains with silver panels work in a romantic or mature bedroom. Use a gray mat if most of the room is black, or a black mat for a mostly silver room. Alternatively, you can use a matte with a silver and black pattern to incorporate both colors.
Dress up the room with interesting accessories in black and silver. Include some pieces in a third color if you want to mix it up, such as a pair of pillows, a vase or lamp. These items can easily be replaced by a different color, change the look of the room without spending a lot of time or money. Use vases, flowers, candles, plaids, pillows, bells, art and lamps. Hang pictures on the walls, such as black and white photos in black or silver frames. Alternatively, you can use black and white posters or art, or let a dynamic artwork work as the only color in the room.