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.
It is amazing to see how the word ‘Zen’ is something every design aficionado identifies even if he is not really well versed in the culture of the Far East. For those who love interior design it represents a balance of elements an air of tranquility and a style where mind and matter both find solace.
This is where you can go beyond the normal natural orangey-reddish hue of the brick and give it a finish that agrees with the color palette of your existing bedroom.
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 –
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!
Painting the brick wall white will take a few additional coats of white paint than normal because of the porous nature of bricks. Another cool trendy look is the whitewashed brick wall that gives the room a surface that seems authentically aged and rustic. Gray is the next best option and is the front-runner in contemporary and minimal bedrooms.