Whenever you use an accent color in the room or a unique texture that brings visual contrast it is always best to repeat it in more than one place. This gives the room more symmetry and grace.
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!
Remember though that color used for the accent wall should be repeated in the rest of the room at least once to give the space a more elegant and stylish ambiance. Those bored with just color can also dip into the dynamic world of chalkboard paint!
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.
If your kid is bored with a certain pattern after awhile you can select another fun wallpaper to give the room a fresh new look. Whether you want wallpaper with loads of color and pattern or something that will work well in a tween bedroom the choices are simply endless here!
Have you ever found something in the back of your closet that you totally would have worn if you’d only known it was there? Maximize the visibility of your clothes and accessories by installing transparent drawers and organizers like IKEA’s Komplement line of glass-front cabinetry.
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.
Wooden panel accent walls are quickly becoming very popular with homeowners globally and if they come from reclaimed wood then even better! By using this accent addition you might well be teaching your child a valuable lesson in sustainability that will serve him or her well for life.