Upholstered beds are cozy and inviting as a softness results from frames covered in fabric. Add special features such as tufting and you have the ingredients for an unforgettable bed.
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.
Both an economic and eco-savvy option reclaimed wood accent walls bring textural beauty to contemporary bedrooms that are dominated by glass stone and concrete. Of course these stunning accent walls seamlessly blend in with any bedroom style and you can even expand the use of reclaimed timber in the bedroom with a custom bed side tables or even ceiling inserts crafted from this upcycled delight.
‘Tis the season to be cozy. And redecorate! With the weather outside getting colder by the day now is the perfect time to stay indoors hibernate and feather your nest. If you’re currently in the market for the perfect sleeping spot (for a long winter’s nap) today’s post is for you. Below you will find that celebrate the best in modern design from sleek brass canopy beds to ornate tufted pieces. All of them have a luxury vibe.
We at Decoist have been spending time showcasing the top design trends for 2016 and today we take a look at how these trends have filtered into the teen decor arena. It’s been fun watching retailers that cater to teens pick up on these trends and ensure that their decor reflects the latest in modern style.
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)!
Metallics are going strong and has never been more popular! Which is why these Metallic Jagged Edge Pillow Covers are so on trend. Especially if you display both of them together!
You can try out plenty of colors in the kids’ bedrooms without any of them ever seeming out of place and 2016 is a great time to add red to this list. Despite being dubbed one of those bright and bold hues that is overpowering red is surprisingly easy to combine with other bright and light hues.