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
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.
No collection of bedrooms is complete without a few modern inspirations that range from the transitional to the contemporary. It is the stone you choose that makes a huge difference here and the likes of split-faced marble work better in these settings.
The contemporary variants of the classic Zen style still remain true to many of the original principles but give them a more urbane twist. Since many of us might not wish to adopt that full-fledged Asian look a good compromise is to create a minimal bedroom that is cozy inviting and has a distinct character of its own. This is of course easier said than done and the focus here must be on eliminating clutter while making sure that the bedroom is not too sterile and artificial.
The two bedrooms below featured on Corrine Kowal and Design Sponge show the same ominous cloud wallpaper. Perfect for those who get a calming effect from storms!
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 –