Bring on the peacock blue! Below we see the Woodhouse Queen Bed from Jonathan Adler. Cotton velvet tufting and plenty of curves make this piece an elegant deluxe focal point (not to mention a comfy place to curl up with a good book)!
The industrial bedroom does feel like the perfect fit for a bed with casters and that should barely be surprising as the very trend of décor on wheels originated from giant carts and tables in an industrial setup.
A curved headboard and latticed rattan frame make Anthropologie’s Curved Rattan Bed a true standout. Yet it’s this bed’s ability to create a feeling of both coziness and openness that makes it an intriguing piece…
Today we take a look at opulent elegant and at times astounding that combine form and functionality with a dash of enduring old world charm. Some of them are seemingly more modern than classic while others dazzle you with their ‘over the top’ design.
That’s good news for teenagers who love interior design! And it’s great news for design-loving parents who want to share their interests with their kids. Get ready for a collection of featuring trendy motifs plenty of geo style and lots of texture…
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.
Replicating a setting like this can be costly and add to it the vintage nightstands and seemingly royal wardrobes with intricate patterns and dazzling finishes and it is evident that a full-blown Victorian-style bedroom in all its richness is not for everyone. But get it right and you suddenly feel like traveling back in time – a fun way to bring that fantasy alive!
Many contemporary bedroom designs forget this as they focus too much on décor and accessories that surround the bed. If four-poster beds are not your thing then adding some drapery to give the bedroom Victorian overtones is a fine alternative. It does add a hint of majestic beauty and is perfect to bring out the princess in you!