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 gleefully!
And with each passing year it seems homeowners across the planet are veering more and more towards this idea of a reclusive and comfortable personal hub when it comes to designing and decorating their bedrooms. And as the first two months of rush past us we take a look at the in the months ahead.
Some homeowners turn to them out of necessity and others use them to give their second bedroom or guestroom a quirky makeover; but irrespective of the motive they sure seem to be making waves in recent times!
Anthropologie’s Velvet Edlyn Bed is simple in form yet vibrant in color. Cast brass legs add contrast shine and interest: What could be more chic than an upholstered bed with a mirrored border?! We’re loving the French Art Deco undertones of the Strand Upholstered Bed from Restoration Hardware. Waterfall edges add an extra dose of glamour:
So many amazing beds from Anthropologie and here’s one more! The Coralie Bed is crafted from handcarved wood and the curves lines and frills of the piece give it an enchanting under-the-sea vibe. As precious as a pearl!
Little details like bedding pillows and the fabric you use in your bedroom can alter its vibe completely and a hint of gold along with white is ideal for the modern-Victorian bedroom. Wallpaper is another great way of trying out a hint of this classic style and if you are not happy with the result changing the backdrop becomes a whole lot easier.
So many fabric colors so little time… Jonathan Adler’s Templeton King Bed is available in a vast array of hues from rich aubergine to refreshing minty green. Clean lines have never been so decadent:
are going strong so it’s no wonder RH Teen took notice and designed these fabulous curio shelves. Available in white and natural wood they make a big statement with forms such as the triangle and the hexagon.