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.
Murphy beds make your job of crafting a versatile guest room a whole lot easier and also give the room a secondary purpose. Modern Murphy beds are easy to install and are available in a diverse array of styles and finishes. Many of these come with custom, built-in storage units and shelves that bring additional functionality to the small guest room. If the Murphy bed does not tickle your fancy, then a daybed with storage units or even a trundle bed with hidden drawers offers equally space-savvy alternatives.
As always, we encourage our readers to use color even in small spaces, but in a judicious and pleasing manner. Color in the tiny bedroom can infuse it with cheerful zest and drive away any sense of boredom. Blue and pink are popular colors in the small bedroom and both the colors in their light and pastel forms can be used to create a beautiful and soothing backdrop. An even background clad in a dark, bold color also works at times, provided the rest of the apartment is as neutral as possible. For those with color commitment issues there is always the idea of clever accents that do all they can to brighten a neutral setting.
Isabelle Trixie bedroom Saturday September 08th, 2018 14:39:37 PM
Hit One of The Thumbnails Below to Get More bedroom Ideas
Saturday September 08th, 2018 14:39:37 PM
5 Recent Posts