While blue is touted as the most popular hue in the bedroom regardless of style and season is the for those who want to bring a hint of natural goodness indoors. Relaxing elegant bright and refreshing it is a pleasant hue that comes in diverse shades ranging from the brilliant jewel-toned emerald to more subtle and modest minty greens.
A similar and comparably creative example from Juvenile Hall Design shows books open and attached by their covers to the wall above the bed with one simple shelf for a lamp and a plant! That’s one DIY project that might be perfect for any extreme bookworm.
Have a look at this fascinating red and gray room from Amy Vermillion along with another second example from Number Four Eleven that features gold patterned curtains and matching decorative pillows.
And instead of walls you can also turn to the headboard closet doors or even the bedside table for chalkboard beauty. Decor clad in chalkboard paint can be moved around to a different room if needed making them far more resourceful than those accent walls.
There are few styles that seem to polarize design aficionados like . Some absolutely love the simplicity of the aged décor it brings in and the tranquility that it seems to create while others find it too feminine and far from practical.
Modern materials consist of steel concrete glass and plastic but they also include wood and varied ‘softer’ materials. In Organic Modernism complex woodworking techniques were combined with sculptural and organic forms (famous proponents included Danish designers Kaare Klint and Hans J. Wegner).
To bring a touch of elegance into your country guest bedroom check out the use of these Legacy Home Hampton bed linens available from Horchow. and you can get double the impact with two twin beds.
Of course even if your bedroom is huge you can still follow this trend. Try combining three narrow bookshelf units to make a large one along an entire wall like this arrangement featured on BHG.