2015 will see this trend shaping the bedroom with iconic Midcentury decor making its way into the bedroom. But it is not furniture alone that will set the tone as simple clean lines coupled with bold colors add to this vibrant theme.
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.
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.
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.
Consider the amount of direct sunlight that these additions will bring and how it affects the insulation of your home during both winters and summers. Think of tinted skylights and those with custom shutter systems before making a final call.
Those with smaller bedrooms can turn towards living wall systems to usher in some greenery. Also try opening up your bedroom towards the garden or the green canopy outside to give the space an energizing natural backdrop.
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.
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.