Published at Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 - 06:16:45 AM. . By Dianna Gorat.
Where to Start. The truth is, the jumping off point for creating a bedroom design can be anything. Some people prefer to start at the top and work their way to the bottom; while others work from the ground up. These are two easy methods, but they can quickly stop you dead in your tracks. Instead, find a particular item or object that youre really drawn to. One that speaks volumes about what youre looking to achieve in the space. It could be a duvet, a nightstand, a throw rug, wallpapering, wall art or even a bedside table lamp. Then, draw your inspiration from this. You can easily come up with entire nature-inspired bedroom designs using a single piece. Draw the color palette from your inspiration piece and go from there. Youll be surprised at how easy it is to create a nature inspired bedroom design once youre working from inspiration.
What to Look For. The truth is, 'nature inspired' does not necessarily mean it's all about flowers and fauna. It can be a marine-inspired theme, or simply a color scheme that is drawn from natural hues. For a color palette, look for colors that you would expect to see occurring naturally outside your window. This does not necessarily translate into muted olive greens or other soft, muted tones. If you're drawn to the red poppies in your garden, or that bright yellow hibiscus, then you've been inspired by nature and you can easily incorporate that into your bedroom design.
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