When you live in a tiny but fabulous studio apartment, all areas must coordinate from your living room interior design to the bedroom. This absolutely gorgeous downtown space is a perfect example of how to combine these two rooms without making the space look disjointed or awkward. The decor scheme in the main living area perfectly flows into their calming bedroom design. The owners used a neutral color palette to keep things light and spacious, then added pops of subtle blush pink and browns to add a bit of decorative interest. The living room couch features the a unified monotone color scheme as the bed linens, and the drapery throughout the apartment was made of the same fabric.
Beautiful bedrooms are an absolutely fantastic addition to any home. Achieving styles like this stunning master may seem challenging, but it is actually quite easy to create this professionally designed look on your home. I suggest beginning with a simple paint palette and bringing in style and personality through decorative accents. The foundation of the bedroom design ideas used in this space is a monochromatic white color scheme. Trim floor and ceiling are all painted in the same shade, and the plank flooring and neutral area rug don’t really draw attention. Stylish elements are brought to the space through the grey upholstered bed and coordinating accent textiles.
Girls bedroom designs that aren’t overly frilly and sparkly are surprisingly hard to come by online. My daughter wants to makeover her room so we have been searching around for inspiration pictures, but she isn’t super girly and doesn’t love the color pink. We have struggled to find something that fits her personality but that still has great style and decor. After browsing a ton of teen bedroom ideas on this site, these are the photos that actually stood out to her. She loved the dark grey walls and minimalist decor because they are stylish and grown up looking (she said). I like this room because the color palette is simple and something she can grow into over the years, that can be adjusted and updated as her decor preferences mature.
Finding the right bedroom decoration ideas was top priority after I inked a deal on my new four bedroom home. I scoured print magazines, websites and digital design companies for images, products, paint suggestions and furniture placement. After looking at dozens of room ideas, here's the idea that won out. Ample open floor space, curved picture windows that invite in plenty of natural light and a classic, luxury feel were must-haves. To get this look and feel, I hired an interior designer. The black, metal bed posts, looping bed drapes and window treatments were her design ideas.
In today’s highly competitive real estate market, buyers are looking for master bedroom decorating ideas that include an adjoined sitting room. This is becoming more commonplace in new homes and we have been noticing that more and more clients are asking us to add it to their floorplan. If you are embarking on a bedroom makeover, I highly suggest incorporating this feature. Not only will they make your home more marketable, but it really adds to your quality of life at home. It is lovely to have an area to relax away from the noise and commotion of the rest of the home, without having to lay in bed.
I am no professional bedroom designer, but I just redid mine and I think it turned out awesome! I really like animal prints and knew that I wanted to incorporate it in my master bedroom in some way. However, I did not want those bold black and orange leopard patterns. Instead, I started my design with this really pretty white and tan comforter. This was my inspiration piece, and I found all of my other bedroom design ideas from that. I decided to keep the rest of the color palette quite neutral to blend well with my existing carpet. It is in good condition, so I did not see any reason to replace it. I was not sure if I should add any furniture other than the arm chair, bed and nightstands because the space is quite small.