Proper wall art is vital to every space, but it may be even more important in bedrooms where there are typically fewer design elements to add visual interest. Whenever possible, use wall decor to anchor each of the distinct function areas in your space, such as above the bed, beside some seating and in the dressing space. Then, add other artwork to any walls that feel too blank. When choosing the pieces that will decorate your walls, try to keep variety in mind. Play with colors, textures and artistic materials for the artwork itself, and don't be afraid to mix different sizes, shapes and frame styles.
Whether rustic, romantic, edgy or classic, your headboard is the focal point of your bedroom and does the most to set the tone for your nighttime oasis. Choosing the right headboard is an important design factor — but that doesn`t mean you`re limited to what you see in the design studios or furniture showrooms. Headboards, as impactful as they are on your room's design, are actually one of the easiest bedroom components to make yourself. Headboard ideas are as limitless as your imagination, but they essentially fall into five categories: wood, fabric, metal, free-form and art-based.
Laughing…crying…playing…fighting. A shared sibling bedroom is a beehive of activity and needs. And that means there`s a lot for parents to tackle when creating their kids' shared bedroom. With twice the amount (or more) of evolving personalities and necessities, it`s often a daunting task for parents to accommodate storage, space and the individual style of each child. Designing a room for a brother and a sister doesn`t have to be challenging. In fact, it`s probably the easiest challenge to overcome when planning a shared room. To complement your underlying palette, layer complementary colors and patterns on top of that. For example in a grey and white room, try accenting with yellow accessories.
Add a soft touch of texture to your bedroom by hanging a rug on the wall as a headboard alternative. A standard 5×8 rug is wide enough to match a queen size, 60 wide mattress. An Indian dhurrie-style rug (shown above) is the easiest type of rug to work with, since it’s lightweight and thin. Find a unique wall panel or room screen and hang it as a headboard. Geometrically-patterned screens or room dividers create the most contemporary impact. For extra contrast, remove the screen's boring paper backing and paint the screen's frame in a color that ties into your bedroom's decor. There are many types of headboards you can create using fabric.
A mix of geometric prints, a flying washi tape airplane, and a few knick-knacks turn this kids room into a space to dream and create. The accents of triangles, stripes, and circles in this room add interest and playfulness to this Scandinavian space. Someone loves foxes, and we love this room. Though highly modern, the wood paneling, teepee-style bookshelf, and tent bed make this room positively kiddish and outdoorsy. If there’s one example of the power of accent pieces, this is it. Throw blankets and pillows bring out the colors of a tropical print, and the result is a kids room as tranquil as the beach itself.
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