It is a style that is catching on in homes across America with coastal homes in California and Florida increasingly attempting to recapture this inviting and inimitable ambiance. The likes of farmhouse beach style and shabby chic also combine well with carefully crafted stone walls.
Clouds can be perfect for nurseries too. The nursery featured below again from Mad About the House is entirely painted in an airy shade of blue with wispy clouds flowing across the ceilings and into the walls. Now that’s some serious art!
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.
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.
This bedroom featured on My Colortopia doesn’t have any actual cloud shapes on the walls or anywhere else in the room but still matches the atmosphere with the color choices of blue white silver and gray.
Stone walls bring simplicity to complicated spaces add natural goodness to modern interiors and allow us to add texture and uniqueness to homes dominated by modern monotony. And few rooms benefit from a lovely wall or architectural feature clad in natural stone like the bedroom.