This bedroom featured on My Colortopia doesn’t have any actual cloud shapes on the walls or anywhere else in the room but still matches the atmosphere with the color choices of blue white silver and gray.
Start here with a soothing backdrop that is devoid of too much color and work outwards by eliminating the unnecessary. Minimalism poise and the right lighting are the key components here.
There are plenty of reasons for the new-found love for brick walls in bedrooms that go beyond just aesthetics. It is a trend that is driven largely by practicality and sheer necessity as the adaptive reuse of old structures has forced the hand of some of the best architects and interior designers across the planet.
Incorporating clouds into your bedroom would probably help any grown-up fall asleep but it might even be better suited for kids. You can do a lot with the shapes colors and overall theme of a kids’ bedroom when clouds are incorporated into it. This example from Rue Vintage 74 pairs fluffy pillows of stars and clouds together with a unique headboard.
A sophisticated choice for those who love timeless design designed by Maurizio Marconato and Terry Zappa is bound to steal the show in any room it adorns. Crafted from solid Canaletto walnut the headboard of this gorgeous bed is made up of modular units that can be moved around to adapt to the style and size of your bedroom.
As you will see with these amazing bedrooms most homeowners tend to prefer an accent stone wall even when opting for a full-fledged rustic style in the bedroom. This allows you to add additional textures gives the room a more cheerful visually lighter appeal and also makes the addition of the stone wall a lot easier. If you are not convinced about the accent stone wall then the next set of bedrooms offers another smart alternative.