You can go after this design if you have an L-shaped divider or at least any kind of divider separating your living room from other spaces of the house. You can box in the divider with drywall and add an attractive wood top as shown in this picture. The divider can even be replaced by open shelving, railings, or possible with a built-in sofa. A couple of pots with flower and plant, table lamps, a ceiling fan, sectional, and a couple of sofas will do the rest for you.
As one of the most relaxing rooms of the house, the bedroom has to feel like it‘s aligned with the design that calms us down and allows us to rest. It all comes down to a comfortable bed, the amount of light you let into the room and the color palette you choose as the defining factor in your sleeping quarters. A blue bedroom has a natural cool appeal that helps with a good night’s sleep and a moody ambiance that gives the room plenty of depth! Dive into these these breathtaking blue bedrooms and swim in inspiration!
Teen Bedding Subdued patterns for boys and candy-colored patterns for girls seem to be the norm in teen bedding, but every now and then, a pattern emerges that is perfectly of-the-moment. And truly interesting! This Washed Chambray & Plus Sign Bedding Collection from RH Teen celebrates the popular plus sign and gives it understated style through rust and gray tones:
Your bedroom must be a blend of current trends and timeless pieces that fit into your personal style and the overall theme of your bedroom. While trends can often define some of the minor details in the room, only adopt what you absolutely love when ushering in significant changes. At the end of the day, it is as much about comfort as it is about style and a fashionable ambiance.
Adding reclaimed wood to your home is an affordable, easy and creative way to give the interior a quick facelift without having to splurge on a major makeover. With each passing week, reclaimed timber is climbing up the ‘hot trends‘ chart, and it is barely a surprise that a generation surrounded by polished artificial surfaces is now falling in love with the warmth of wood! Adding reclaimed wood in spaces like the kitchen and the modern bathroom can be a tricky affair at the best of times. But when it comes to the bedroom, this task becomes a whole lot easier. And it is undoubtedly the reclaimed wood feature wall that is the most popular choice of them all.
If you‘re more into blue than pink, check out Cha Cha Cha in Aqua & Gold, screen printed on organic grey cotton: From curves to dots…Feliz’s Sprinkle Sprinkle Fluro Pink bedding features a confetti-style pattern on organic grey cotton, but you can also order the pattern printed on white. (Not to mention, the design is available with charcoal dots rather than the fluorescent pink variety).
SOL (short for “sustained organic living”) offers luxury sheets and pillow cases crafted from Fair Trade Certified fine long-staple organic cotton. Color offerings are kept simple in shades of white, ivory and blue. Only eco-friendly, low-impact, water-based dyes are used, and products are recyclable and biodegradable. Choose from plain, pleated and hemmed styles.
Reclaimed Wood Eco-conscious homeowners have shaped quite a few design trends in the last decade, and that green wave is steaming ahead with another cool addition to its ever-growing arsenal - reclaimed wood. 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.
The reclaimed wood accent wall in modern and contemporary bedrooms is all about adding textural contrast without actually going overboard with color. Choosing a wood that is subtle in its finish is a good option as it does not disturb the existing color palette of the room. It is often the headboard wall that is clad with reclaimed wood and this tried and tested approach is a classic that never fails. Those seeking even more unique and exquisite can consider wooden planks arranged in chevron or herringbone pattern for their amazing reclaimed wood wall.
If there is one room in your home that should truly reflect your taste, personal style and surround you in a world of uncompromising comfort, then it is the bedroom. This is your personal sanctuary that allows you to rest, rejuvenate and introspect, and often it is the room in which many of us spend most of our time at home! And with each passing year, it seems homeowners across the planet are veering more and more towards this idea of a reclusive and comfortable personal hub when it comes to designing and decorating their bedrooms. And as the first two months of 2016 rush past us, we take a look at the top trends that will shape bedrooms in the months ahead.