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.
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.
The Zen bedroom is not just about décor and accessories alone. In fact any bedroom with a comforting ambiance a wonderful sense of harmony and an affinity towards nature and all things natural can fit the billing with ease.
Dramatic beautiful and timeless – there is something undeniably exciting and exotic about . They tend to transport us back in time and if you ever had the privilege of even visiting a relative’s home that has natural stone walls then you will instantly relate to its unassuming organic charm.
A kids’ bedroom from Mommo Design takes a bolder approach with a striped black and white rain cloud plus matching bedding. How do you wrap simplicity elegance and whimsy all in one? The bedroom below from Petit and Small managed to do it all with an adorable little piece of cloudy wall art that pulls the room together.
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.