Who says a neutral palette should stop at beige.
Clean lines and fresh colors make for a bedroom look created by Sujaya Reddy of 7 Dimensions that is timeless, sophisticated, and serene. With a color scheme of dove gray, pale biscuit, and earthy taupe, it’s easy to pair fabrics and furniture.
The wood panels establish scale consistent throughout the space. The linen-upholstered headboard gets a graphic boost from the art panels by Bobbi McMurry and Organic Looms patterned rug.
Modern or classic, this crisp, smart look offers a low-key luxe style that’s easy to live with and transforms a bedroom into a space of tranquility.
Sujaya Reddy is one of the award-winning interior designers that created the master bedroom and bathroom for the Paradise Valley Designer Showhouse. Her favorite hobby is oil painting; landscapes in particular. She began painting as a teenager with no formal painting education. Some of her paintings are about 4′ to 5′ tall as seen below.
She has spent 16 years of her professional career primarily in information technology with Fortune 500 companies. In 2012, she missed the creativity of painting and left IT for design school.
During her time in school, she freelanced as a model home designer for Pulte Homes. She simultaneously worked on residential remodeling projects, and won the award for emerging professional from A.S.I.D. Attached is her published work in Phoenix Home and Garden magazine from September 2016.
Credit: Simon Photographic
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