By Leonce Nathanael. Bedroom Design. Published at Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - 06:25:17 AM.
Don’t shy away from bold wallpaper in a small room. A cleverly-chosen print can really open up an enclosed space: Stripes will make all the difference to your small bedroom and give the illusion of extra height or width. Try playing around with visuals and hang stripes in different directions to create a unique talking point.
Surround yourself with uplifting pastel tones. Soothe the senses with calming shades, layers of cosy quilts and a springy carpet underfoot. Serene and spring-like, pastels enliven a neutral palette and bring a fresh and tranquil feel to sleep space. Combine sugary pinks, mauves, cornflower blue and mint on a backdrop of dove grey for a sophisticated scheme. Pile up plush cushions and quilted throws to make your bed even more inviting at the end of a long day.
Try to keep to just one or two colours so you don’t over-complicate things. Choose papers from the same wallpaper range for a co-ordinated effect or go for clashing patterns and colours if you prefer a more dramatic look.
Murals are available off the peg or custom made. Choose a design that sets the theme of your room and remember that a mural will take centre stage. Positioning it behind the bed and keeping furniture unfussy will show off the design at its best.
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