Modern bedrooms: Modern bedrooms are characterised by neutral tones of grey, black and white, all being simple, base colours. Walls become a backdrop to abstract patterns and geometric prints. Lines on furniture are clean, incorporating steel bedframes and side tables. Feature walls are covered in straight striped wallpaper designs, while little splashes of vibrant colours occasionally inject visual interest. Accessories are minimal when it comes to modern designs. Storage is vital, and will merge in well with design for the bedroom, and keep adequate functionality.
Country style bedrooms: Neutral shades for painted walls are very important for country style bedrooms, and white having a hint of lilac, blue or green helps to make a softer look. Floral printed bedroom wallpaper is successful on feature walls too. Pine or all white furniture are popular ways for the country style.
Industrial style bedrooms: The important thing traits with the industrial style bedrooms are raw elements and unfinished textures. Exposed brickwork is a popular option for this particular style and truly characterises the utilitarian look. You can also paint brickwork white, to get a brighter effect. Aged wood fits the industrial look well, just as exposed pipes and ducts for that warehouse look. Iron bed frames are impressive and metal bedside tables and copper light shades compliment and add cohesion.
Rustic style bedrooms: Rustic style bedrooms are all about wooden, which can be used with bedframes, timber walls, flooring and even ceilings. Rustic bedroom decor combines well with minimalist designs. White walls, white and black furniture and green accents, large wall hangings and accessories, combine perfectly with hard wood floors, for medium to large sized bedrooms.
Scandinavian style bedrooms: Scandinavian style bedrooms are characterised by their simplicity, functionality and type. Earthy tones, beige and gray are juxtaposed with white painted walls. Hardwood floors can be painted white and big wooden ottomans and vintage trunks they fit close to beds, in the role of attractive focal pieces and storage units. Soft lighting is a aspect in Scandinavian style as natural lighting emphasises simplicity and design.
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