But taking the opposite approach of making the brick wall the focal point in the small bedroom also works at times especially when you want a unique headboard wall! Once again it’s horses for courses and what works in one tiny bedroom might not quite seem equally impressive in another with an entirely different theme and style.
Coupled with exposed wooden ceiling beams reclaimed timber walls a plush rug and cozy bedding one can bring home the magic of that exotic cabin retreat in the mountains. Maybe this Christmas it is time for a staycation!
Murals are also great alternatives to paint or wallpaper — especially for fuller images meant to encompass a whole wall. Take a look at how stunning this tall cloud mural looks in this urban apartment (featured on Vogesparis).
The exposed brick wall in a small bedroom is even more fun to work with as it brings an air of warmth and coziness to the modest room. A smart strategy here is to opt for the monotonous look (something we advised against in larger rooms) just to avoid visual fragmentation. This can mean painting the accent brick wall white to let it blend with the rest of the room.
In case you are surrounded by brick walls in the bedroom break up the monotony with wardrobes large mirrors casually placed on the ground or even captivating artwork that diverts your attention. This gives the room an elegant vibe breaks the tedious visual of the continuous brick walls and gives the bedroom a softer more inviting ambiance.
The idea of a bedroom with polished walls in beige melted away with the 90s and it is currently textural elegance that dominates the landscape. Stone walls capture this trend to perfection and the that we have lined up today revel in this magic of stone –