Yet you can always find that perfect balance between what is ‘in’ and what you love to create a serene and truly chic bedroom. Much like the case of the predicted trends for bathroom design in 2015 it will be a blend of the exciting and the relaxing that will hold sway and woo homeowners in the months to come.
While most often we find skylights being used in expansive living rooms and small attics they can be an equally invaluable and aesthetic addition to the bedroom as well. The sight of the clear night sky and twinkling stars also helps in creating a more soothing atmosphere and aids in a good night’s sleep.
This is an easy way to also switch between hot accents while keeping the neutral backdrop constant. Bedside table lamps or even simple vases on the nightstand can also make a big statement when the rest of the room is completely clad in muted hues.
We absolutely love the look of the contemporary bedroom as there is not a detail that you need to change even beyond the holiday season! This urbane space looks both festive and fashionable and will serve you well all year long. Sure if you want to add some extra Christmassy flavor then bring in some unique hand-blown Christmas ornaments and mistletoe to spice up the trendy bedroom.
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!
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.
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.
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.