An a definitely requires a different approach when compared to the living room or the adult bedroom. It often demands bolder color choices fun patterning and plenty of imagination. The that we have lined up today offer all that and a whole lot more.
Old cartons doors windows or any other piece of decor crafted in wood but relegated to your attic can be turned into a stunning headboard. All you need is a hint of creativity decent DIY skills and of course loads of inspiration. We are pretty sure that got the last part covered today. Now it is up to you to get started and show us your own inimitable wooden headboard creation…
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.
We have been caught in a beautiful vortex of trendy stripes the last few months and we have already showcased how well they can be used to shape an accent wall in the bedroom living room and even the dining space.
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.
There are two different ways in which you can approach a refined and beautiful striped accent wall in the bedroom and both of them have their pros and cons. Wallpaper is a simple choice that lets you add stripes without a great deal of effort and you will not be losing any sleep over any crooked lines!
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.
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.