Choosing classic colors for the investment pieces while adding decorative accent items in bold colors and patterns is the secret to a well-designed bed that is versatile all year. With this design approach to your bedding, you can change the look of your bedroom quickly and affordably as the season or mood changes.
This bedframe is a funky statement piece that says big girl without saying too big. A decal, a floral pillow, and touches of color make this kids room sweet and simple. The collection of children‘s books and mixing of patterns on this bed compliment the cool tones in the rest of the kids room, leading to a youthful-yet-sophisticated style. This bed is literally stacked, and we love it. Nautical goes whimsical while a pile of patterns on a bright white canvas. The blueprints in their yellow frames complement the space perfectly.
Proper wall art is vital to every space, but it may be even more important in bedrooms where there are typically fewer design elements to add visual interest. Whenever possible, use wall decor to anchor each of the distinct function areas in your space, such as above the bed, beside some seating and in the dressing space. Then, add other artwork to any walls that feel too blank. When choosing the pieces that will decorate your walls, try to keep variety in mind. Play with colors, textures and artistic materials for the artwork itself, and don't be afraid to mix different sizes, shapes and frame styles.
When it comes to masculine bedrooms, the first thing that comes to mind is simplicity. This bachelor vs. bachelorette apartment infographic introduces us to bachelor must-haves; one of them is a simple bed in neutral colors, but subtly spiced up with a bold accent. The bedroom above presents a sleek, simple and sophisticated interior design where function reigns supreme. Spicing things up with a contrasting atmosphere, the bedroom above instills a peaceful, neutral atmosphere perfect for a relaxed lifestyle. Stylish in every (minimalist) detail, this bedrooms borders masculinity thanks to a clever blend of materials and lighting. Imagined for a flourishing young family, this modern Kiev apartment designed by Ivan Yurima Architects is a great example of finding common design ground within a family.
Though the tree was the biggest and most time-consuming part of the project, he also installed hardwood floors, painted the walls and picked out customized decorations with little help.
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