By Abella Martin. Bedroom Colors. Published at Friday, January 26th, 2018 - 22:33:17 PM.
Creative custom bedrooms, gone are the days when you gave a kid a stick and then just asked him to get creative with it! Toady’s parents seem to plan every little detail about their lives ever so meticulously, and it is no different in the case of their bedrooms. Custom kids’ rooms with elaborate themes and bespoke décor and storage units are indeed an expensive way forward, but the results are equally spectacular. Red is a great color to use in such personalized settings, as it accentuates certain features of the room, fills it with liveliness and induces the right amount of dynamism. From custom beds, bedding and bedside tables to entire collections that sweep you off your feet, the choice on offer here is endless.
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.
Contemporary chic, not sure about which shade of blue or gray you want to use in your contemporary bedroom? How about bluish-gray Yep, bringing together the two hot hits, this is a color that has been making giant waves in the decorating world for a while now. It can be used to create a cool and inviting backdrop that also feels inherently urbane. Couple it with décor and accessories in darker tones of gray or brighter hues of blue and you have a stylish bedroom that is also incredibly adaptable. This is a color scheme that works especially well in modern Scandinavian bedrooms, thanks to its cheerful, appeal.
This left lots of white space in between, creating a dimensional impression of space. This would be perfect for adding flower power to a small bedroom, without being overwhelming. The pictorial pattern is excellent for making into straight panels for the windows, walls or for enclosing a wardrobe space. Fixing the panels into trailers would create a Japanese styled, sliding- door effect. The dynamic pattern would appear like a large mural.
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