Last but not least we have the of the Wire Basket from Urban Outfitters which will keep clutter at bay in the closet. Or you can leave it on display since it’s a wonderfully sculptural statement in metal.
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.
And here are those opulent regal and beautiful Victorian bedrooms that you see in period films which Hollywood seems to be all too fond of! One instantly notices the Venetian plastered walls that add textural beauty and depth to most of these bedrooms and it is often the bed that is the undoubted focal point with its custom design and additional drapery (we will dig into this deeper in the next section). The ceiling with hand-painted murals and motifs is another remarkable aspect of these bedrooms that leaves you spellbound.
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.
As we end today’s post let’s take a look at two popular storage items starting with the Ombre Storage Bin from PB Teen. Yes is still going strong. But it might not be around forever so if you’re a fan of the trend better stock up now!
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:
The Zara Duvet Cover in Pewter from District 17 is available in twin or queen sizes. And the is sleek modern and perfect for girls’ rooms and boys’ rooms alike:
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…