This bedroom is a relaxed space filled with fresh California casual appeal. Woven textures throughout the space give the room an organic kicked back quality. While pops of blue, keep the room feeling refreshing and cool, which is excellent for beating the summer heat.
Gray walls can be a great way to create a clean feeling and calm space, but they can also make things feeling a little dull. To avoid a case of the "grays," we suggest harnessing the power of patterns. Mixing an assortment of detailed patterns with floral motifs can create the illustion of depth in a space and make a gray room feel less flat.
In this mid-century modern bedroom, geometry is key. The hard lines mix with circles, curves, and swirls for a geometric experience that's pleasing to the eye. Mixing so many patterns and materials successfully, but sticking to a simple color palette like black and white makes it a lot easier.
Less can often be more, as it directs the eye to focus on a few larger investment pieces which make a bold statement. To achieve this bedroom look, consider a simple neutral color palette with high contrast. Opt for oversized art above your bed to bring the eye up and make your space feel large and luxe.
Do you and your partner both need at-home work stations? And space to host guests? And only have one room in your house to spare for all these uses? Relax — you can create a multi-purpose room that suites all these needs. For hosting guests, opt for a daybed for day-to-day versatility. Then place desks across the room from each other so you each have your own workspace — but opt for matching chairs for a more cohesive look.
This bedroom room has an approachable mix of rustic and transitional styles that it both refined and relaxed. The rustic touches of natural wood and woven elements blend in with the foundational furniture's transitional silhouettes and make the space so feel elegant yet approachable.
One crucial area of the bedroom that is often overlooked is the dressing area. A designated space where you can get ready to face the day is a wonderful way to ensure that you enter the world feeling confident daily. Plus, creating a dressing area can be as simple as adding a bench or stools to the end of your bed to rest outfit options on and an excellent full-length mirror to ensure you pick the right thing to wear.
Sometimes large foundational furniture can make a room feel overcrowded and stuffy. But in spaces like the bedroom, where storage is a must, large items are often essential. To keep things feeling light, consider foundational pieces with slender and tall legs that make the space look more open.
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