So you are a traditionalist at heart and still want Christmas decorations that remind you of your childhood trip to your grandma’s house during the holidays. Add warm yellows along with plenty of green and red to achieve this nostalgic vibe in the bedroom. Traditional wreaths tinsel snowflake patterns and shiny ornaments decorating the windows are a great way to take it to the next level.
If bright accent colors were popular for the last few years expect the coming year to turn up the volume and embrace rich vibrant hues in a more elaborate fashion when it comes to bedroom color palettes.
While the retro magic of the ’60s finds its way into our homes in the form of Midcentury style make sure that you put a modern spin on it. Combine these loud and audacious elements with contemporary aesthetics and sleek silhouettes to achieve the ideal balance. Curvy accent additions and colorful wallpaper help accentuate this look.
Unlike daring interiors drenched in black or ones embracing tantalizing orange working with gray and yellow is fairly easy and straightforward. Of course with a hint of creativity you can always put your own fun little spin on this graceful color palette that will serve you well across all seasons.
Think beyond the plain gray drapes this season and opt for curtains with bold geometric prints inspired by Midcentury modern trends. Iconic patterns like the David Hicks hexagon in snazzy yellow obviously are a timeless hit that will serve you well for years to come. A plush matching rug with an equally alluring print in yellow will complete the look.
The major trends of 2014 set the tone for those in the year ahead and you will see designers trying to find that elusive balance between the modern and the timeless. From bedrooms that make a grand visual statement to those that offer the perfect tranquil retreat amidst the urban chaos
Just imagine waking up in this space on Christmas morning looking at the snow-covered slopes outside and then tucking back in with a warm cup of your hot chocolate or coffee!
Red and green look as appealing in a modern context as they do in traditional settings. Much as in the case of the red and green dining room shaping a modern bedroom in these two hues is all about using them in moderation.