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.
If you already have a brick wall in your bedroom most of the work is obviously done and all you now need is a bit of cleaning and the right sealing agent that will prevent disintegration over time.
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.
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.
As an alternative to paint or wallpaper a simple way to bring some cloudy inspiration into your bedroom is by hanging cloud-like objects above your bed. Check out this clever light fixture from Caisak or these DIY cloud puffs made from white stuffing.
If your bedroom has a largely contemporary modern or transitional look about it then an accent brick wall might be all you need. Let the rest of the room evolve naturally with décor and accessories that you love.
Speaking of the color gray blue skies with puffy clouds aren’t your only option. Check out the paint job in this bedroom from Norkse Interior Design that almost makes it look like a thunderstorm is on its way.
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 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.
The traditional choices such as Shoji screens bamboo décor small water features indoor ponds and that minimal platform bed which seems like a perfect fit in the Asian bedroom are options you can turn to. Lantern-style lighting also gives the room a more transcendental and calming appeal which modern lighting fixtures simply cannot deliver.
While adding stone to the bathroom will require considerable research in regards to exposure to moisture and wear and tear bedroom stone walls are a far safer option. They are pretty easy to maintain and for those looking to create a magical and inviting rustic bedroom with an air of romantic panache the stone wall is an absolute blessing!
There are plenty of reasons for the new-found love for brick walls in bedrooms that go beyond just aesthetics. It is a trend that is driven largely by practicality and sheer necessity as the adaptive reuse of old structures has forced the hand of some of the best architects and interior designers across the planet.
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.