Simple wooden panels framed beautifully or even raw unpolished wooden blocks with their distinctive pattern work brilliantly here. By keeping the backdrop as neutral as possible and the rest of the decor unassuming you can turn the headboard and along with it the bed into the focal point of the room.
In a modern world that is dominated by shiny polished surfaces concrete stone and glass the sight of decor or accessories that bring the magic of wood is always welcome! Wood is one element that can lend a touch of natural charm to an otherwise artificial space that seems sterile and unwelcome.
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.
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.
It seems though that more and more homeowners these days are opting for kids’ bedrooms that easily grow along with their little ones and do not commit excessively to one glaringly obviously theme. This means a neutral backdrop where accent additions and decor bring in the necessary color. And few additions get this job done as well as a fabulous accent wall.
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.
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.
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.