There is something about the holidays and the rustic or woodsy cabin look that seems like a match made in heaven! This bedroom takes a more rustic approach to decoration and the wooden accent wall in the backdrop enhances the warm inviting vibe of the space. Some dried branches a few shiny stars and small wreaths bring in the holiday cheer in a graceful snug manner.
The abundance of natural light along with the visual connectivity with the outdoors ensures that you do not feel claustrophobic even in the tiniest of rooms. While picking the right skylight for the small bedroom make sure that it adds to the style and symmetry of the room. Adding twin skylights at each end of the room is generally a good idea as it offers even illumination and a visual equilibrium.
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.
It is not just the attic room that benefits from the brilliance of the skylight. Any small bedroom with limited space can be transformed into a more open setting with the use of the skylight.