Pulp Sourcebook: Modern Craftsman Master Bedroom

Mar 29

Interior Design by Pulp Design Studios

We get so many requests on a weekly and daily basis asking us what paint color we used on our projects and where we got certain items. Not only is it hard to respond to so many requests, but we are also, at times doing an injustice by providing information that may not work for them (and, that our clients paid for!). Paint is a tricky thing and changes with lighting & the items that are reflecting off of it. Hence, our little disclosure at the bottom of this post!

Nonetheless, we decided that we didn’t want to leave everyone hanging… We do love to share! So, instead, we’re sharing some inspiration. We selected a few colors that, depending on the lighting in your home, would serve as a good starting point for those trying to achieve the look from our interiors, along with a shopping sourcebook on Pulp Home.
 

MODERN CRAFTSMAN MASTER BEDROOM SWATCH PLAY:

Benjamin Moore Deep Space 2125-20

Sherwin Williams Grizzle Gray SW 6078

Benjamin Moore Trout Gray 2124-20

 

GET THE LOOK:

Shop some of the furniture & accessories in our Modern Craftsman Lookbook.

 

SEE THE INTERIORS:

See the rest of Pulp Design Studios’ Modern Craftsman Design.

 

Whether you hire us to help execute an incredible space that unique to you or you just love what we do and want to create it for yourself, we’re going to continue this series in hopes that you’re inspired to live beautifully. (But, really… you should hire us! wink. wink.)

 

Note: Color is in essence, reflections of light and one’s surroundings. As a result, the color you see in our clients space would certainly translate differently into your own. If you are not working with a designer, play with paint samples on various walls in your space to see if you get the effect you want. We would also be glad to provide you with a consultation if that would be valuable. We want your space to reflect it’s own beauty, and your style.

4 splendid comments below

  1. We used Deep Space in our dining room. It has lots of natural light and antique oak floor and was much more blue, almost a slatey blue color when finished. We still love it, but it was certainly different than we expected from seeing photos online.

    In our bedroom we wanted a similar tone, but wanted it to feel a little more neutral. We used Martha Stewart Livings “Seal”. At first I thought it was too warm, but once dry it’s a very cozy shade of deep warm gray. I love it.

    March 29, 2013 at 11:53 am Reply
    • Thanks for commenting, Lindsey! And, that is exactly right! Depending on the light in your space the whole tone of the paint can change. Warm light makes it look more true gray and natural light can make it go more blue, depending on the hue. Thanks for sharing your experience! Don’t you love a dark & dramatic gray!?

      March 29, 2013 at 12:13 pm Reply
  2. Amy
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    Beautiful room. Can you give any info about the bedding, especially the throw across the bed.

    October 15, 2013 at 12:30 pm Reply
    • Thank you, Amy! We designed all of the bedding and had it made at our workroom. Many of the fabrics are no longer available, but if you wanted us to help you recreate the look, that is something our design team can certainly do! If you’re interested in working with us you can fill out our new client questionnaire here:
      http://pulpdesignstudios.com/client-questionnaire/

      Thank you so much for reading and commenting!

      October 15, 2013 at 12:58 pm Reply

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