Nailheads can add definition and chic style to an upholstered headboard and this Octavia Bed with Nailheads from Serena & Lily is the perfect example of made-to-order style. Why? Because the headboard can be upholstered in a huge selection of fabrics from solids to exciting patterns!
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!
Grasscloth wallcoverings take this a step further by bringing texture while graffiti and wall murals blend colorful zest with ingenious patterns and inspiring artwork. If the room is filled with too much in terms of pattern then it is best to tone down the red to minimize visual clutter.
The best thing about decorating a kids’ room is the freedom it gives in terms of the colors patterns and at times styles that one can turn to. Those bright and audacious hues that are perceived to be far too ‘daring’ for the rest of the home often fit right in with a vivacious cheerful and stylish kids’ bedroom.
Let’s have fun decorating! When it comes to hanging decor the sky is the limit. Make it rain with Geo Paper Lanterns from PB Teen which are crafted from iron and laminated paper:
But that tide quickly turned and 2015 saw the revival of wallpaper with designers once again using it to usher in color and contrast. If you always wanted to try out wallpaper in the bedroom then this spring is the perfect time to get started.
We now focus on beds that command attention with their powerful design. Metal meets the beauty of oak in the Bezier Extended-Headboard Platform Bed from RH Modern. Inspired by ’70s postmodern design this is a bed that makes a sleek statement.
As we alluded to earlier red feels right at home when used in a wide variety of styles and one of the most popular among these in the boys’ bedroom is the beach / coastal style.