By Honorine Marcelin. Bedroom Design. Published at Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 - 23:55:21 PM.
Complement a neutral palette with pastel hues. Combine delicate prints and soft colours with natural materials to create a bedroom filled with cosy comforts. Choose thick fabric for a cohesive look that’ll keep out the cold, line heavyweight curtains in a thermal fabric that coordinates with your wallpaper. Stay in touch with the great outdoors in the cooler months by displaying seasonal posies in simple ceramic vases. Don’t forget the flooring. Add a super-soft flourish with a chunky woven rug and deep pile carpet to keep your toes toasty.
Create a cosy environment rooted in nature. Statement prints marry with Scandic-Inspired furniture for a bold bedroom look you’ll love. As the colours of the land and sky, it’s no wonder greens and blues make a soothing partnership. Bring the look to life with pops of yellow and plenty of white. Change up your bedding for the season with a quilted duvet cover or cosy mattress topper. Use lighting to zone areas. For bedtime reading, a quirky table lamp is just right, while a retro drum shade enhances a desk area.
Get the monochrome look for less with just a few subtle changes. Start with an all white backdrop and paper one wall with a budget wallpaper that really stands out. Keep bed linen simple, but add texture with a faux fur striped throw. Repurpose modern plastic stools as side tables and finish the look with metallic cushions for a little understated glamour.
Choose a corner and use it to create a budget wardrobe and dressing area. Take a cue from clothing boutiques and opt for a walk-in arrangement made from a hanging rail and curtains a casual, purse-friendly alternative to a wooden wardrobe. Choose sheer curtains in a single-tone pattern and hang from a slender track. Bring in a floor-standing clothes rail to store all those pretty dresses and snazzy suits.
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