We all need a place to get away from it all and what better place is there to do that than the bedroom? For this reason, we suggest making your bedroom space extra comforting by selecting soothing colors and cozy texture to wash away the woes of the day.
Clean lines and rustic materials come together in the bedroom for a vibe that's equal parts edgy and cozy. To get a similar look in your space, try pairing organic materials like a woven cane (seen on the headboard) with graphic patterns and simple foundational furniture in dark tones.
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.
Many people don’t have the luxury of separate spaces for a home office and guest bedroom. But this room is proof that a multi-purpose space like this can be quite chic! Tucking your desk under built-in shelves creates a distinct workspace. And opting for a daybed rather than a traditional bed makes the space feel less dual-purpose when not hosting guests.
This TV room is a stylish and comfortable place to relax by day, and when you have guests, it effortlessly becomes a sleeping quarter. The futon pulls down into a full bed for convenient and comfy place to get a restul nights sleep!
The a-symmetrical shape of this attic bedroom is a challenge to decorate. Thankfully our Modsy designer new a few clever tricks to make the room appear larger. By using a bed frame with strong vertical lines, the eye is drawn upward, making the ceiling appear higher. The tall standing mirror opposite the bed also adds height to the space.
Open your home to a cozy guest room that brings in earth tones and personal décor. It is a space to relax and keep things organized with storage options. Let your guests kick back and enjoy your home in a place they feel comfortable and at home.
Come relax in this Neutral Mid-Century Modern Bedroom! Textural elements including faux fur pillows, beaded chandelier, and a hand-knotted rug are layered to create a cozy sanctuary. The Iron Deco Bed by Anthropology is clearly the statement piece in this neutral design!
This home office utilizes spaces so efficiently by providing workspace, storage, and seating in a small space. All this is accomplished with the use of streamlined pieces that serve double duty. The Helix Acacia Ladder desk from CB2 not only gives you a place to work but also has storage and display space above. On the opposite side, a similar shelving unit also has drawers for hidden storage to keep things tidy. Finally, the use of a daybed allows for seating and can transition the space to a guest bedroom when needed.
Do you love bright jewel tones but are worried about overpowering your bedroom with them? A simple way to balance out bright walls is by adding in darker drapery. This allows you to break up the color a bit and create a cohesive flow between walls, artwork and accessories like throw pillows and poufs.
Wheater you live in a studio apartment or a dorm, small rooms can be challenging to design. For those who need a workspace and have limited space, try adding a desk next to your bed. The desk doubles a second nightstand but is large enough to double as a work surface.
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