Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 14:27:50 PM. . By Dianna Gorat.
A blue bedroom feels far more gender-neutral (though it could be simply because of the way society has programmed us for years) and blue as a color is better at calming nerves and inducing sleep than pink. Pastel blues easily combine with lighter shades of gray and off-white giving you greater freedom when it comes to choosing the color scheme of the bedroom. If you are really in the mood to try out something unique, then a monochromatic bedroom filled with pastel blues or different shades of mint green is a fun project to try out. Of course, adding simpler pastel accents to your existing bedroom is a far easier affair. But it simply lacks the flamboyance of bedrooms draped in pastels.
Giant tulips for the small bedroom: I had discovered a gorgeous fabric designed with swirling, dancing tulips. The flowers were printed in dashes of bright pink, orange, violet and yellow. The optimistically, upward curving stems were in a spring green. The rapport consisted of 7 over-dimensional tulips spread over about two meters of fabric, which had a width of 140 cm.
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