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.
While gray is indeed a classy trendy hue it does look dull and lifeless when used on its own in the bedroom. In fact experts suggest that a touch of a bright invigorating shade is almost a must in bedrooms to keep away both boredom and depression. Doing precisely this is energizing yellow. And today we take a look at of the very best
As we kick start the New Year and shake away the holiday blues it’s time to take a look at the design trends that will be making the biggest impact in 2015. The bedroom is one place where your personal taste style and choices override fashionable trends and the latest design styles.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.