Keep visual interest running throughout your room when you have low furniture. Adding a hanging plant and a floor lamp helps to create different levels in your space. Hanging art as an extension of your headboard is another great way to get levels.
Fun patterns and natural woods give your bedroom an indoor-outdoor vibe. Greens make any space feel refreshing and snug. The bohemian green and beige jute rug and velvet side chair compliment the throw pillows and mid-century accents of this bedroom.
We love the idea of a wall sconce in lieu of a traditional table lamp. This metal bend-arm style sconce adds a lake-house feel with its vintage patina. This helps keep the nightstand more open and adds a more direct stream of light over the bed for reading!
This boy's bedroom is classic in all the welcoming ways! The shiplap walls offer a rustic warmth, while the farmhouse woven rug brings a softness. The use of a limited color scheme helps keep the space calm and simple; with traditional navy, white, black and simple patterns, this is a space both kid and parent will rave over!
Sometimes mixing patterns and different textures can be tricky. In this beautiful bedroom, you can see how all the different styles are cohesive but distinct at the same time. The earth tone color palette makes this bedroom feel light and airy.
When creating a kid's bedroom you always need to think of storage and maximizing it wherever you can. In this bedroom, storage is maximized by placing clothing storage bins under the bed. Storage bins are a perfect place to throw toys, shoes, and any cool rocks they found while still keeping the room organized.