This bedroom designed by Echelon Custom Homes showcases the revival of the iron canopy. Iron four poster beds with an uplift on top remind me of crowns and immediately take me on a journey through childhood fairytales.
Combining the warmth of wood with the cheerfulness of greenery, a mezzanine can also become part of a split level architecture. This example above conveys comfort and soothes the eye with a pleasant, natural color palette. If a living wall is not an option, then hanging plants could add that organic dimension the space needs.
Spicing things up with a contrasting atmosphere, the bedroom above instills a peaceful, neutral atmosphere perfect for a relaxed lifestyle. Stylish in every (minimalist) detail, this bedrooms borders masculinity thanks to a clever blend of materials and lighting. Imagined for a flourishing young family, this modern Kiev apartment designed by Ivan Yurima Architects is a great example of finding common design ground within a family.
Heavily ornate, canopy beds for kings are a constant inspiration and reminder that intricately carved wood frames and posts can still decorate our modern homes. Using dark colors like black and purple to shape a romantic atmosphere in the bedroom places the canopy bed in the spotlight.
The Oriental Warehouse Loft renovation in San Francisco includes re-imagining its mezzanine level, replacing the opaque guardrails with transparent glass rails and thus creating a visual connection to the living space below. Local architecture team Edmonds & Lee imagined this platform as a sleeping mezzanine complete with a shower and a library.
And if your little princess is going to have a fairytale bedroom, why not go all the way and design her a luxurious private bedroom like the Silk Damask Room by AFK Furniture?
The color palettes feature mostly black, blue and brown, but we found some fresh interiors that have more vivid colors. We particularly like the themed rooms, such as the military/camouflage design. Sometimes all you really need is a little inspiration; once you find it, your project will come together quickly.
Hotels spend a lot of time and money studying what makes a bed comfortable. The Hilton, Hyatt and Marriott have all discovered one secret to an alluring bed: 300-count cotton sheets. Surprisingly, consumers find that 300 count sheets are just as comfortable as some of the higher thread count sheets available. The good news for you is that 300-count sheets are often cheaper than higher thread counts.
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