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.
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.
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.
While it is easy to plan for and incorporate skylights in the case of new constructions those looking to add a skylight to their existing bedroom need to look beyond mere aesthetics.
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.
Finally we have the good ol’ string lights that seem to have the ability to bring a Christmassy look to pretty much any space they adorn. Just make sure that you are careful with the wiring while mimicking bedroom decorations such as this and the sparkling delights will take care of the rest. Another great last-minute idea indeed!
Are you struggling to achieve that ideal balance between aesthetics and functionality in your bedroom? Maybe it’s the lack of space that is impeding your quest for the perfect bedroom?
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.