Maybe you are kind of a person and want to showcase your talent with a can of paint on that brick wall! Others might go down the path of smart displays artwork and brilliant lighting. Irrespective of your choice do not be afraid to push the envelope!
Your bedroom is meant to be a place of relaxation. If it doesn’t offer you that at least to some extent then you’re going to have a hard time getting to sleep. Despite the fact that there are so many different ways you can create a calming atmosphere with your bedroom furniture and decor an incredibly unique way to do it is by taking inspiration from cloud gazing over a blue or gray sky. How much more relaxing can you get?
Instead of a host of Asian decorating elements just add one or two like the Shoji screen Buddha statue lantern-style lighting or any other decorative piece you feel is appropriate. But the rest of the room can remain modern contemporary or minimal depending on your taste and the ambiance you wish to create. Small touches such as a potted plant or some bamboo shoots on the bedside table can also make a huge difference.
The 90s were a time when home design and decorating moved towards a more sanitized look with bright colors of the 70s and 80s being replaced by more understated hues such as beige and white and simple straight lines taking over from eclectic designs.
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.
As its name suggests draws its inspiration from the aesthetics of beds that you generally come across in high-end hotel suites. This obviously makes the bed a perfect fit for the gorgeous guest room and it can be easily adapted and customized to meet the specific needs of your bedroom as well. With a natural oak headboard one can distinctly notice the Italian flair of this Porada masterpiece even as it embraces simple straight lines and refined aesthetics.