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.
Who says that shelf brackets need to go on the underside of a shelf? Here’s a brilliant way to use brackets as dividers to keep sweaters and pants stacked neatly.
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.
If you are worried about color creating visual fragmentation in an already small bedroom think of a black and white striped accent wall that creates wonderful contrast without actually altering the color scheme. Stripes add height and pattern to the room in a chic and controlled way.
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.
The last few years have seen a distinct shift from polished contemporary bedrooms to those that exude a more relaxing aura and calming style. The classic winter cabin look is one such popular style that is mimicked by designers to bring home the woodsy charm of a mountain retreat and wood is obviously an essential component in it all.
While horizontal stripes are often preferred in both living rooms and bedrooms vertical stripes bring along with them a host of benefits as well. This is especially true if you have a small bedroom with a low ceiling as the vertical stripes can give the room a more airy and elegant appeal.