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.
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.
This attic living room's a-symmetrical shape calls for clever storage to keep it from feeling to cramped. A mix of open storage with spare ornamentation and baskets to conceal junk makes the space feel larger and adds practicality.
Don’t hold back drama in a small room! An on-theme mural or wallpaper can enhance a room and distract the eye from defining its limits. A nature-inspired room devoid of color? Yes! —black and white imbue sophistication and timeless modernity.
Bright and vibrant jewel tones can be fun and exciting while also making a huge impact in a small space! Mixing colors and patterns creates a unique and playful environment, while warm wood toned mid-century modern furnishings act as a timeless staple. An oversized faux plant adds height and organic vibrant color making this mod jewel toned bedroom bold and dramatic!
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!
Creating entryway storage doesn’t have to take up a lot of space. A console table acts as a catch-all for things like keys, wallets, and sunglasses. Place a basket underneath to store shoes or blankets. Hang a mirror and a set of hooks and you have a complete space!
Elevate your entry by using black and white accents to create a modern design. Adding in natural woods to contrast the cool-toned black and white creates a warm and welcoming space. Using black and white in the accents instead of key furniture pieces adds a subtle color scheme that can easily be changed or added to throughout the years.
This black and white living room exudes class with its sleek modern sectional and curated gallery wall! Neutral spaces don't have to fall flat; it's all about the textures. Try pairing a modern sofa with an array of throw pillows, or juxtaposing a woven rug with a sleek marble coffee table. The variety of texture makes this living room cozy and dynamic!
Have an awkward bedroom shape with limited space? Try bringing the bed against the wall and use a sleek nightstand on the open side. A mid-century chest in place of a dresser will save on floor space without compromising storage. Angling the rug plays on the shape of the room itself!
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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