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Layer on the monotone shades for a sophisticated master suite.
Grey floors. Grey walls. Grey furniture. And yet this bedroom in Vancouver's Coal Harbour, designed by Andrea Rodman, is anything but monotonous. Here, the designer uses a variety of shades and textures to bring in depth and warmth: artist-designed wallpaper from Black Edition, a custom-designed upholstered bed in sumptuous velvet and luxe greige floor-to-ceiling drapery that frames the West Coast skies.
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