By Tiphanie Sylviane. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, February 10th, 2018 - 07:56:27 AM.
Before planning out your new master bedroom design, take some time to look at different bedrooms that inspire you and try to incorporate the "best of" ideas into your own room. It's not a bad idea after you do most of the research to hire an interior designer to pull it all together for you. Just remember — it's your personal room, so you don't have to please anyone but yourself.
Regardless of your budget, you can create a warm and stylish bed for fall and winter. Work with what you have and add a couple of throw pillows or an on-trend blanket or quilt. Or create an all-new bed just for fall that can be stored when the warmer summer months come around. Don’t be afraid to layer texture, color and pattern. In fact, the more the merrier
One of the best ways to give your bed a warm and contemporary look for fall is by adding quilted bedding. The quilt pattern adds geometric texture to your bed and can be mixed and matched with other textures and patterns. In fact, as the inspiration images above showed, the more mixing and matching, the better!
Get into the Nordic way of life with relaxed, uncomplicated style. Keep the walls mostly bare with an all-white scheme for a fresh and uplifting backdrop. You only need a few pieces of mismatched furniture to continue this simple scheme. Then add character with colourful fabrics, easy artwork, a fun garland that steals the show and warming velvet curtains.
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