Published at Monday, October 01st 2018. In bedroom. By Doretta Robyn.
Blue as a color is incredibly popular in both adult and kids’ bedrooms and it works with a wide range of themes and decorating styles. Offering the same adaptability even while crafting a neutral backdrop that allows accent additions to shine through, pastel blues offer the best of both worlds. They feel elegant, relaxing and stylish. Yet, you can combine a pastel blue backdrop with any bright secondary color in the room and over time, changing this secondary color can alter the ambiance of the room with ease. With pastel blues, you can simply never go wrong!
Like every other room in your house, the walk-in closet also needs that ‘something special’ beyond just a defined style to give it an aura of its own. In the eclectic closet, you have a variety of options which are simply not available in contemporary or modern closets. From illuminated wall signs to wallpaper, exposed brick walls and concrete wall sections, pretty much everything and anything works in this small eclectic haven. Just make sure though that you still find a common element that links it all.
There’s nothing that brings elegance to your bedroom like an eye-catching headboard. If you take a DIY approach, you can get a decadent look on a budget. For example, creating a “headboard” by hanging curtains behind a platform bed will add height and interest to your space. You can also use wallpaper to create a faux headboard for your bed, adding just the right amount of drama! Another idea: using a folding partition (shown below). Details at Martha Stewart.
When it comes to space-savvy additions in the bedroom, bunk beds are a favorite among homeowners. This is ever truer in case of kids’ bedrooms where you often need to find ways in which you can create multiple environments within the same confines. Bunks beds come in a wide range of shapes and sizes and yes, you can always pick one up from the fancy furniture store near you. But we tend to favor the bespoke solutions route as it offers exactly what you need and does so without forcing you to overspend.
In the tiny apartment with limited square footage, the loft bedroom is the obvious choice and the unrivalled king! It takes away the worry of having to create an additional room in an already limited area and you will not need any other internal partitions inside the apartment for rooms other than the bathroom. It is often the space above the tiny bathroom that can double as the bedroom alcove. It might not be super-glamorous or even spacious, but it gets the job done. You can get creative with the staircase leading to this loft bedroom and turn it into a storage area. Talk about maximizing space!
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