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 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.
And in case you are hunting for that exclusive and exquisite bed to complete your dream bedroom today we have a collection of four classy beds from Porada that promise a perfect blend of form and functionality.
But as always old trends find a way of making a comeback and the last decade has seen the ‘style of the 90s’ completely fade away with contemporary homeowners bringing back color textural contrast and a delightful array of styles that venture beyond the mundane. And it is this of sorts that has once again put the spotlight on the beautiful
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!
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.