The same can be done in the case of the wooden headboard in a contemporary bedroom. Pick a nightstand or even a bedroom bench that matches the innovative headboard to give the room a more appealing vibe.
Designing a beautiful kids’ room that finds that perfect balance between what you want and what your child needs can be a tough task at the best of times. A lot of it depends on the space available the resources you are willing to invest and of course the specific choices and tastes of the kids at home.
Whether it is a custom-crafted headboard made from wooden pallets or something that turns an antique wooden door into a stunning headboard make sure that your choice fits in with the style and theme of the bedroom.
A kids’ room is no exception in this regard. But instead of just gray cream beige or white the striped accent wall in the kids’ bedroom needs invigorating colors that exude playfulness. If you feel that plain old stripes (horizontal or vertical) are too boring add chevron and other zigzag patterns to create more visual interest and whimsical charm.
Stripes bring a simple yet engaging pattern to the bedroom that is far less overwhelming than many other designs and elegant accent walls with beautiful stripes are easy to pull off. They cost is very little compared to more elaborate and creative accent wall designs and stripes seem to work seamlessly with almost any design style that you have going.
This beach-house bedroom is clean and simple with a bit of a pattern to keep things interesting (but which won’t keep you awake); the sound of the nearby surf will lull you to sleep.
It seems though that more and more homeowners these days are opting for kids’ bedrooms that easily grow along with their little ones and do not commit excessively to one glaringly obviously theme. This means a neutral backdrop where accent additions and decor bring in the necessary color. And few additions get this job done as well as a fabulous accent wall.
With paint you can pick from a variety of color combinations and alter hues in a subtle fashion to create a stunning accent wall. The general trend is to use a color that is already present in the room for one of the stripes while the other can be an entirely different color or the same color with a different tone and intensity. It is best to pick just two colors for stripes in smaller rooms while larger rooms can pull off a striped accent wall with three or more colors.