Change this dull and boring trend this holiday season by decorating your cozy bedroom appropriately as the big day comes knocking on the door. Add to the magical aura all around you and wake up feeling a lot more ‘Christmassy’ by transforming the ambiance of your bedroom with dazzling holiday decorations.
You can combine as many as 6 individual drawers to create the unmistakable ‘tallboy’ or use a single-drawer unit as a nightstand for your low-slung platform bed.
We did discuss how copper is increasingly becoming the most popular metallic accent when it comes to 2015 kitchen trends. The influx of metallic additions with golden hues into the bedroom along with a shift towards more nature-centric designs means that 2015 is the time to try out the chic rustic style in the bedroom.
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.
Are you in love with Scandinavian design? Why not deck out the bedroom with Christmas ornaments that echo this style? Minimalism is an inherent part of Scandinavian styles so avoid bold colors intricate patterns and ornate decorations as much as possible. A few baubles in shiny silver an illuminated star on the nightstand and gentle pops of red do the trick here.
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.
Modern skylights are no longer just ‘windows for the roof’ and you can pick from a wide array of creative designs that add architectural beauty to the bedroom. From corner skylight designs that seem to merge with the window below to expansive creations that combine both light tubes and skylights contemporary skylights can indeed be showstoppers.
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.