Published at Wednesday, 12 September 2018. bedroom. By Isabelle Trixie.
Your bedroom is a personal haven that can be shaped in many different ways to suit your specific taste and needs. Obviously, the design of a kids' bedroom should be no different, and often a compromise between what the little ones want and the look or theme you can pull off is the best path forward. While most kids' bedrooms seem to embrace the clean, contemporary look, try a fun, comfy twist this winter by giving the modern rustic style a shot. It is also a perfect way to replicate the fun memories of your holiday trip to the woodsy winter cabin, and it creates a dreamy, natural escape for your child.
White is a color that never fails in small spaces and in the tiny apartment bedroom, it is the go-to hue at all times. You might want to try out different shades of white before you settle on the one that looks best in your small bedroom. The tint and shade you pick depends on style of the apartment, overall visual appeal of it and how you want it to interact with the rest of the interior. Scandinavian, shabby chic and contemporary are the three most popular themes in the small, white bedroom. Add in a touch of blue if you want to give it a coastal look and a healthy of aging wooden surfaces can provide a rustic or farmhouse themed twist.
Often ignored, the headboard is a huge part of the overall appeal of the bedroom and ensures that the bed does end up becoming the star of the space. Even if you cannot afford that super-expensive headboard which you just saw in the store near you, you can always recreate its pattern at home without spending a fortune. The list of ideas in this section is long and we start off with headboards that bring color, pattern and a wow factor to the room even while staying classy. The DIY Union Jack headboard tops the list and its beautiful design in red and blue allows you to work with wide range of styles from modern and minimal to coastal and shabby chic.
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