By Tiphanie Sylviane. Bedroom. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 00:19:25 AM.
A completely white space may need no room for error but it sure does make it possible to utilize and highlight every inch. Whatever style you choose, going with off-whites or crisp whites will make for a room full of life, as well as easily opening up the walls and giving the illusion of higher ceilings.
Make the most of high ceilings with draped fabric. Go for a panel rather than a rouched curtain and save pounds. Turn a large bedroom into a cosy retreat with a DIY canopy that makes a delightful focal point. Bring in a decorative side table and yellow lamp for a modern twist on traditional country features such as grainy oak beams and a traditional timber bed frame. Layer the bed with pretty yellow linen and cushions in a tasteful mix of patterns that continue the same low-key charm.
The hazy blue foundation of this space creates a romantic, relaxing space that is complimented so well by the natural light that comes in through the windows. Of course, the classic, black and white duo used as accents offers up a modern spin making the room much chicer and more sophisticated, overall.
This is the most important step because you will follow this throughout your designing process. Choosing neutral tones like cream, tan, and browns allow you to add pops of color in the details. You can also do black and white or grey, but stay neutral. Then think of one color you want to use as a pop of color. If you go with black and white you can use more bright pops of color like purple, blue, red, or yellow. When you stick with earth tones like cream, tan, and browns it is best to go with green or orange. So think about which home décor color style you like better and then once you've decided that, think of a pattern you really like; for example, floral, a type of animal print, geometric, tribal, paisley, or any pattern you really like.
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