The minimalist bedroom - this one is for those who want to avoid the frills and keep their bedroom as a space for pure relaxation. Get a wooden bed with a design that focuses on keeping the lines straight and clean; instead of flowing curtains opt for blinds; place only the most necessary furniture you want and there you have it. What you could get away with even in a minimalist decor scheme though is the use of colours. Be creative and opt for patterned tiles for the flooring, or paint the ceiling and voila, you’ll have a masterful minimalist bedroom design without any fuss all the same.
Printed fantasy - got an old printed sari you don’t know where to use? Make bedding out of it. Use patterned wallpaper in muted shades to complement it. For furniture, keep the lines simple, and to offset the bright patterns of the sari, use a neutral colour like white or cream. For flooring too, use a light shade, and throw an eclectic printed rug. Go green - and we mean it literally. The touch of green on the walls can be contrasted with serene accents of white for bedding, upholstery and even the drapes. Use wooden furniture to complete the look. Accents of white as well as black work equally well with this kind of decor scheme.
Tufted headboards were quite popular in the seventies and eighties, and as expected in the fashion world, found its way back in year 2000. Designers nowadays have taken a lot of interest in these headboards, creating their own distinctive look to their client’s desire using materials that they see fit which may have solids or patterns, may be made of velvet or silk. One of the challenges of maintaining a stylish bedroom is keeping everything the headboard tidy.
The trick with a double bed is to simplify the entire look of the room (no clutter) and go with a more "reserved" look for the room. Keep the room as clean as possible; otherwise it may look as if the bed is lost at sea with your belongings! Another trick to give your double bed more of a profound appearance in the room is to invest in a good quality headboard. You may also want to consider finding a headboard with rounded edges to further compliment the simplified look.
Centerpieces: Table centerpieces and door hangings can be a nice holiday touch, but do not overlook this decorative opportunity just because it isn’t Christmas! Pumpkins, acorns, and pinecones make great centerpieces for the fall months. You could hollow out a pumpkin and use it as a flowerpot or elevate a candle and add stones and acorns to the design. Beaded garland is always a nice touch. You can wrap this around gourds, or plastic apples and throw acorns and leaves in the mix. For extra shiny leaves, rub with a little Vaseline or moisturizer.
Leather headboards are considered as a luxury choice. They may never be worn but they requires maintenance on a regular basis to keep their shape. When you bring a brand new leather headboard home, you must treat it with special mild water cleaner. Besides, you still need to treat them with soap at a same time. And the wood headboard is a certainly life-saver when it comes to maintenance. All you need to do is wipe it with damp cloth.
Decorations: Wreaths are always a festive choice, and many fall wreaths will last until spring. Branches, and fake fruits such as apples or baby gourds are always a nice touch to any fall decorations. For an added sparkle, experiment with different spray paints or just add a glitter spray as a finishing touch. You will feel like it is fall in New England in no time.
If you think these beds are simply practical beds, think again. They are also the perfect solution for the grandest master bedroom allowing you to combine function with the finest elegance. They can be fitted with the most luxurious brass frames or even custom velour and leather headboards. And of course, they are built to fit any type of mattress, including the highest end luxury mattresses that you normally find in the world’s best hotels.
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