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.
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.
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.
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).