It was more than a couple of years ago when the first wave of Midcentury modern designs started to really make a huge impact on the global stage. Television shows like Mad Men fueled this trend even further and today we see almost every home turning towards a timeless Midcentury piece to elevate the appeal of its interior.
What do you get when you combine a versatile trendy neutral hue with a refreshing bright color that steals the show? Surely a space that exudes refinement along with plenty of oomph!
Once again think about a blend of modern and rustic elements instead of fully committing to just one style. Beds with an iron frame ornate chandeliers and natural wood walls work beautifully with this bedroom style. Also add an antique piece or two to truly give the room an inimitable and exclusive vibe.
Pantone has already crowned the exciting Marsala as its color of the year and luxurious purples sumptuous yellows and dark greens will also be preferred ahead of boring beige and simple white even in the bedroom. If you’re less certain about committing to such rich hues then use bedding drapes or pillows in the color before making more permanent changes.
Consider the amount of direct sunlight that these additions will bring and how it affects the insulation of your home during both winters and summers. Think of tinted skylights and those with custom shutter systems before making a final call.
On the other end of the spectrum are the lighter smoky gray shades that can be used more extensively in the room without any hassle. Explore these many engaging shades before you really pick the right gray for your bedroom. Those trying to achieve a cheerful Scandinavian style in the bedroom should prefer shades closer to white with restrained pops of red.
Gray has been topping the ‘popular neutrals’ chart for what seems like forever now and yellow brings energy and joyful exuberance to almost any space it adorns. Bring these two together in the bedroom and you have a personal retreat that is both exciting and relaxing at the same time.
Plants may seem like a simple addition that you might even overlook while browsing through bedroom design ideas but they make a big difference to both the aesthetics and the quality of the room’s atmosphere.