Red in the kids’ bedroom is definitely far more welcome than in the adult bedroom where many view it as a risky and gaudy proposition. When used right red delivers what it is best known for – brilliant visual impact high energy and plenty of glam.
A modern bed frame coupled with a vintage nightstand a Victorian-era wardrobe an antique room divider and elegant lighting can paint a picture of serenity draped in Victorian beauty.
Almost every decorating trend plays into the Scandinavian-inspired setting including hues such as gray and off-white warm wooden accents and a love for interiors drenched in a flood of natural light! And the best part is that even your affordable IKEA bedroom finds complement this soothing style.
Decorating the kids’ room involves much more than color alone and wallpaper is the perfect and often the easiest way to add some pattern along with a gorgeous splash of red.
Whenever you talk of adding a dashing color it is the accent wall that pops up first and it is no different in the kids’ room. A cool red accent wall complements a wide variety of styles ranging from nautical and minimal to traditional and eclectic. Few accent walls are as energizing and exquisite as those in red!
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:
Last but not least we have Lubecca from Nella Vetrina. Upholstered in fabric this piece has a luxury look especially when you top if off with a collection of pillows! Once again we see the power of monochromatic style:
Bunk beds on casters multiple beds on wheels and a bunkroom filled with décor that is adaptable and easy to move around – if you are a parent with 3 or 4 boys in the house then you will surely appreciate the value of these versatile wonders!