Bedrooms. Friday , December 08th , 2017 - 17:11:18 PM
Though often thought of as bold and distinctive, block prints can also be understated and sophisticated. This subtle wallpaper design adds a sense of depth and texture, which is enlivened by layered bed linen in ochre, citrine and petrol blue for a contemporary look. Choose wall lights if you want to keep bedside tables free from clutter. No bedside lamps also means that you can choose smaller bedside tables, which is ideal in a compact space. This neutral room has a very relaxed feel, thanks to the soothing grey textiles. A combination of patterns creates a focal point.
If you’re indecisive, make picture ledges your friend. They’re great when you fancy a change and want to swap artwork and accessories around. Add character with a mixture of prints, too. Sticking to a mainly monochrome palette makes a combination of geometric, striped and tree patterns work together. This mottled coral wallpaper gives the look of a natural, distressed surface for faux texture. Paired with two feather pendants, it’s an adventurous take on a traditional bedroom scheme.
This Image Make your walls the star of your bedroom with a dark green wall paint. Floaty white curtains provide a lovely contrast that really helps to lighten the look – they’re the perfect frame for the floor-to-ceiling windows, too. There are lots of noteworthy things about this attic bedroom: the feature wallpaper that helps to zone the space; dark green walls that provide a strong backdrop; the painted white floorboards that brighten everything up… Not to mention the skinny sofa tables that double as bedside tables in a compact corner. We love the colourful cushions, too.
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