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.
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.
Depending on the style of your bedroom its size and the shelf space that you need you can pick a 3- or 4-drawer Andy unit as well. Available in fun colors and both matte and glossy finishes this cool unit also adds geometric contrast to minimal and contemporary bedrooms.
Do you decorate your bedside table with a lovely vase filled with seasonal flowers? While that does add beauty and a touch of feminine charm to the space why not go a step further this year by filling the lonely corner with a potted plant.
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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.
We did discuss how copper is increasingly becoming the most popular metallic accent when it comes to 2015 kitchen trends. The influx of metallic additions with golden hues into the bedroom along with a shift towards more nature-centric designs means that 2015 is the time to try out the chic rustic style in the bedroom.
But having a small bedroom does not mean you use only gentle shades of gray. Make the confined room darker with a color like and use the yellow additions to achieve a glamorous Hollywood Regency-inspired look. A chic mirror or two and a plush tufted headboard further add to the aura of opulence in the room.