Minimalism helps create a bedroom free of clutter. It essentially means you have a personal sanctuary that is free from unnecessary distractions and cumbersome additions that disturb the ambiance. Couple this idea of simplicity with Scandinavian design for a good night's sleep. It sounds all too easy on the face of it. But adapting to this unassuming and polished lifestyle requires discipline, an understanding of space and how to bring light into an otherwise dark bedroom. This spring, add another layer of sophistication to it all by replacing the mundane colors with mesmerizing pastels.
When wallpaper first made an appearance again and became mainstream most of us believed that would be a trend lasting no more than a season or two. Here we are several years down the line and it just feels like wallpaper in modern bedrooms is only growing as a decorating trend. In fact, it is getting to the point of becoming a staple. If you have not tried it yet, start with an accent wall or small section you wish to highlight before going big. Wallpapers can either add accent hue or blend into the color palette of the room, depending on the look you wish to pull off.
Think of rustic style, and the first thing that comes to mind are large logs and rough wooden surfaces that define the walls and the ceiling. While such a look is not natural for most modern homes, you can give your kids' bedroom a special makeover by adding a few beams to define the ceiling and add warmth to the room. One of the best ways to go about this is by turning the attic into a cool kids' bedroom, as the sloped ceiling adds to the rustic style. Apart from ushering in the winter cabin look that you are after, wood also adds plenty of textural contrast to the space and gives the bedroom a soothing yet fantastic ambiance.
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