We do love the many shades of gray and the adaptability that the color has when it comes to being used as a predominant neutral in the bedroom. By simply picking a darker gray you can easily give the room a more serious sophisticated look.
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.
Christmas is all about spending time with family and friends decorating the house beautifully and enjoying loads of fun and frolic. While many of us deck the entryway living and even the dining room with shiny Christmas ornaments and sparkling lighting the bedroom seems to go unnoticed and under the festive radar.
While Andy is all about throwing in an unexpected curveball brings clean minimal style and simple straight lines to the bedroom. Much like Andy Stage can also be used as both a versatile bedside table and a standalone unit that offers additional storage.
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.
To artificial lighting cleverly placed skylights can turn the bedroom into a serene bright hub during the daytime. Skylights make for an even more effective addition in the case of bedrooms that do not have any windows because of architectural constraints.
One of the most underrated elements when it comes to bedroom decorating is the use of drapes and window blinds. Drapes enhance the aesthetics of the room soften the visual and add a luxurious vibe. While this is pretty obvious the moment you take a look at any of the bedrooms below what many homeowners miss is the insulation that drapes provide.
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!