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.
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.
Homeowners and designers have realized quickly that even the most contemporary of spaces benefit from the ‘touch of wood’ and there are few places that gain more from its presence than the serene bedroom. And today we take a look at how a can define refine and accentuate the style of your personal haven!
The bedrooms below are great examples of high style combined with a restful room. You’ll notice they have incredibly relaxing decor (of course what’s relaxing depends on the person so there is some variety). Re-fuel and recharge.
Another smart and economical way to get your shoes off the bottom of your closet Epbot’s great tutorial for DIY shoe holders makes use of those wire hangers you get for free from the dry cleaner.
Organizing the closet in the bedroom is arguably one of the toughest tasks for many of us as we grapple with both space and its proper usage. Part of it is because of our inability to eliminate clutter and hang on to things that are absolutely necessary.
How can we forget the world’s favorite way of adding an accent wall to a room: a splash of paint! This might sound a touch old and a bit too mundane but there is a reason why the simple painted accent wall is such a popular choice.
We are often left searching for that perfect balance between excitement and serenity order and contrast when planning for our dream bedroom. Providing the perfect solution to this conundrum and adding pattern to the bedroom without taking over completely are .
Bored with those colorful accent walls? Want something more refined and unique that will allow you to transform that kids’ room into a guest space over time? Then how about dropping color and turning towards texture to provide some contrast to the contemporary spaces.
Keeping your bedroom as dark as possible (so pull those shades down if there’s ambient light from outside) cool temperatures and soft comfortable linens will also help you get your 8 hours in.
Curtains keep light out and create a cozy cocoon; this Enignum bed is a modern take on the canopy bed that’s definitely an original. A hanging bed rocks gently with movement mimicking a rocking chair or cradle; the most basic relaxing movement that will get—and put you—to sleep.
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.
Keep your scarves and hosiery nice and tidy by making these accessory storage compartments out of inexpensive PVC. You could even use larger pipes for bigger items like shoes or sweaters.
Dubbed and each of these designs can be used both as open closets and walk-in closets depending on the amount of space that you can spare. But it is the open closet compositions that steal the show as they turn a simple plain wall into a stunning and ergonomic organizational unit complete with varying shelves cabinets and racks that will help tuck away your entire wardrobe.
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.