Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 12:09:47 PM. . By Elizabeth Ranea.
Laidback mediterranean vibe, another tip to decorate your bedroom with Moroccan inspiration without completely committing to the theme is to adopt a more Mediterranean approach. Mediterranean bedrooms often have a more relaxed ambiance and tend to be far less ornate. But both the Moroccan culture and design style have a deep connection with the Middle Eastern and Arabic cultures, allowing you to blend it with Mediterranean touches in an effortless and elegant manner. Lovely lantern-style lighting, Mashrabiya panels and distinct windows allow you to blend both styles with ease. This approach also lets you pick a more neutral backdrop for the bedroom and decor with fewer intricate patterns.
The best thing about decorating a kids’ room is the freedom it gives in terms of the colors, patterns and at times styles that one can turn to. Those bright and audacious hues that are perceived to be far too ‘daring’ for the rest of the home often fit right in with a vivacious, cheerful and stylish kids’ bedroom. With the modern trend of creating kids’ spaces that grow along with them, bright accent hues that enliven an otherwise neutral backdrop have become more popular than ever before. With that in mind, we take a look at some of the best kids’ rooms that celebrate red
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