By Dianna Gorat. Bedroom Decor. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 05:21:47 AM.
First, remove everything from the room and decide on wall and floor colors. The floor should be a very light color. White with just a hint of blue or brown will give the feeling of sand and surf. Use tiles, a good floor paint, light color wood or even a very light color, light weight carpet to cover the floor. As the décor begins to take shape add throw rugs to the floor space for added color.
Instead of choosing bold primary colors, select soothing color shades and a restful palate of homochromatic tones. Remember color schemes like the soft hues of green, blue or lavender are considered serene. Jewel -toned rich shades plays a vital role in setting your mode and providing you comfort and coziness.These often include topaz, toasty browns shades etc. Try using a much toned down shade of your favorite color. This means use pumpkin in place of tangerine.
Create a private nook, here is one of my favorite bedroom decorating tips I like to share, and that is to create a quite place for yourself in your bedroom where you can sit and read quietly. Make a private reading or lounging space by using comfortable chairs and foot stool and placing them at the end of the bed. buy luxurious linens, as interior decorating rule states, the use of beautiful fabrics will help outfit your bedroom. Linens tend to add comfort to the bedroom. Purchase sheets that are made out of 100% cotton with a thread count of around 350 or even more.
Once you have found a piece with a bit of character, purchase some thin lasso rope and use it to write your child is name in cursive on the sign. Be sure to use a glue that is appropriate for a proper bond between the rope and wood. Let your child create their own room accents with custom artwork. Help your child surf the internet for their favorite cowboy and western photos. Print them out on your home printer and then help your child frame the pictures in vintage or rustic picture frames. Another idea is to shop your local antique stores for cowboy posters or cowboy and western wall hangings.
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