As an alternative to paint or wallpaper a simple way to bring some cloudy inspiration into your bedroom is by hanging cloud-like objects above your bed. Check out this clever light fixture from Caisak or these DIY cloud puffs made from white stuffing.
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.
When decorating a bedroom with brick walls do not focus on the walls themselves but take a decorating approach like you would do with any other space. By fixating too much on the uniqueness of the walls one might allow them to take over completely and define the style of the room.
It is hard to deny that the brick wall seems most at home in the smart industrial bedrooms that also features elements such as exposed duct pipes large widows with metallic frames and exposed wooden beams.
Unlike in most contemporary homes the Zen bedroom demands a warmer color scheme that is filled with gentle wooden tones. The color palette can still be strictly neutral but try staying away from colder and unappealing shades since visual harmony is also an essential part of the grand scheme of things. A touch of greenery is also an absolute must as nature and Japanese design go hand in hand.
The Japanese sect of Buddhism that the word hails from originally borrowed it from the concept of of the Indian Vedic school of learning that the west today identifies as meditation. No wonder then that any Zen-inspired interior is heavily laced with Japanese and Indian artifacts and that unmistakable influence of Oriental style.
While it is the tufted headboard of Enya Capitone that draws your attention with the it is the lovely squared patterned headboard that turns heads instantly. Even though colors like gray and white are the popular choices you can opt for bolder fabrics with pattern to ensure that the bed fits in with styles that go beyond modern and minimal.
The Asian-style bedroom is obviously the most popular choice for homeowners who wish to embrace the Zen-inspired look. This allows you to balance all the elements that Feng Shui talks about and balance is indeed a key aspect of any interior that wants to exude this look of serenity.
Stone works in a variety of styles that go beyond rustic and one of our favorites in this regard is Mediterranean. A bedroom with beautiful limestone walls and terracotta flooring immediately reminds us of the very best of Mediterranean architecture and throw in a couple of arched windows and warm lighting and you are pretty much done!
A fireplace in the bedroom obviously offers advantages that go beyond the aesthetic and a simple stone fireplace brings the allure of stone to the room without committing to it fully.
If rustic style and the stone wall is a match made in design heaven then it is a marriage that is incomplete without a roaring fireplace to bind it all together and provide a scorching centerpiece.
If you already have a brick wall in your bedroom most of the work is obviously done and all you now need is a bit of cleaning and the right sealing agent that will prevent disintegration over time.
Get creative with the brick wall in your bedroom and think beyond the usual decorating styles and décor pieces to get the job done. Your bedroom is a personal sanctuary that lets you experiment with styles and motifs unlike the case of the living room or kitchen. Use this to your advantage and express yourself in an unabated fashion.
The brick wall is an essential part of this narrative and any industrial-style interior without it is definitely incomplete. Of course you can give these industrial bedrooms a softer and cozier ambiance by blending in contemporary touches and going down the path of industrial-chic.
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.