Imagine a light-caressed bedroom where blue wooden walls are the perfect background for a white canopy bed the Manosque bed and different shades of purple merge in a calming effect. Does it look anything like the one in the photo above?
Electronic devices are most often a source of distraction and therefore do not integrate in a fully zen decor. However, if you need to have your TV set in the bedroom for instance, make sure you place it in a discrete area or hide it in a specially designed cupboard. As well, make sure you hide all wires and cables that could distort the serene atmosphere of the entire setting.
Of all the rooms in your house, your bedroom is the last space you see at night and the first thing you see when you open your eyes in the morning. It’s a place for relaxation and rejuvenation. Hence, it is important to create a calming mood when conceptualizing bedroom design decorating ideas.
Timeless design implies simplicity and this stunning work of Peggy Del Rosario is definitely a candidate. A good vibe comes from the use of colors and light that intensify the feeling of calmness. Beautifully displaying a metal frame under the pitched ceiling, the attic suddenly becomes the favorite space in the house.
An open canopy on a patterned wallpaper background brings the chance to create an eclectic bedroom like the one photographed by Miles Redd.
Exotic combination of straight lines and woven textures, legant overlapping transparent curtains and warm lighting this is a recipe for an enchanting combination of styles. There are tutorials on how to sew curtains for canopy beds, so if you love DiY find the perfect old canopy bed and revive it to a contemporary charm.
Pink bedrooms are not only for little girls. This example above captures the essence of good design and it features a shiny canopy bed lacking curtains. No worries there, because the floor-to-ceiling curtains adorning the windows perfectly balance the overall design of this Charleston home by Angie Hranowsky.
As Buildall Construction re-designed the Wrigley Loft inside the converted Wrigley Building in Leslieville, Toronto, they imagined a mezzanine level as the bedroom. Placed behind translucent doors in the volume under the bed area mezzanine, the home office can be either hidden or open, changing the vibe of the spacious living area.
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