Creative wooden headboards need not be relegated to traditional or rustic bedrooms alone and in fact they make a bigger visual impact in more modern rooms that range from the contemporary to the minimal. Of course the design of the headboard and the materials that you use for it need to be altered just a touch to match this more refined atmosphere.
Striped accent walls in the bedroom come in a variety of shapes and forms and it is often the wall behind the headboard that is embellished. Creating a lovely focal point while cleverly extending the color palette of the room the on display today will surely tempt you to proudly sport your true stripes as well!
This unusual bedroom is open and airy but with minimal distractions which is perfect for a long deep sleep. Enclosed beds have been popular throughout history—to keep out light noise and animals—and to keep heat in. So beautiful vintage versions are available from various eras and in all sorts of styles.
Stripes make adding a bright color to the bedroom an easy affair and can enhance the appeal of the accent color in the room with effortless ease. Both the colors used in the stripes their design and presence can give the bedroom an ambiance that ranges from the eclectic and playful to the sophisticated and stylish!
Coming up with your own master closet design has never been easier as you can mix and match the various elements of these three individual models to achieve a bespoke design. Just throw in a splash of color and some gorgeous lighting and you have a complete bedroom that brings together form and functionality in an effortless manner.
It is all about choosing the right colors for the space and using a pattern (narrow or broad horizontal or vertical) that fits in with the existing style of the room. By keeping the rest of the room as neutral as possible the effect of this bright and beautiful accent wall can be enhanced further.
Sleep experts agree: Your bedroom environment has a significant impact on how well you sleep. Step one to a good night’s rest is turning off the screens (that’s phones laptops TVs or any glowing device)—multiple studies have shown that the bright light from screens negatively impacts the ability to fall asleep.
From the eclectic and the Mediterranean to the breezy beach style and the classy midcentury modern the chic inspirations below prove that you can use one in any bedroom of your choice!