Posts Tagged ‘Bedroom’
Wall art collections can add lots of personality to a room. Related framed art or photos and other souvenirs and collectibles can look fantastic when displayed together, but how do you get them arranged on a wall, especially those items that aren’t designed to be hung. And what if you decide to change up the display later? Do you really want to patch all those holes, and then have to prime and paint the repairs?
It’s the bedroom that’s one of the most important sections of a home. Bedrooms are a place to relax and regain that lost energy, leave the stress of anything. Of late, there are five mainstays of a bedroom to be kept in mind as far as its decoration is concerned.
Let’s quickly navigate through those crucial points so that you can kickoff the decoration for the bedroom in a flash.
If you are planning to buy the bedroom furniture on a tight budget then you must start off with a simple bed spread and bed skirt. Remember that keeping a simple bed spread would let you spread out a foundation for different additions later on. These spreads don’t have to be boring as one can always play with different weaves and texture that’s set to enhance and liven up your palette. Work accordingly to see what you want depending on your personality and season’s demand.
Did your day start out on the wrong foot? You hurried your kids out the door then you ran out yourself, forgetting to grab your lunch and that all important brief case that had today’s notes for the meeting you are going to be in charge of? Once a day starts out like this it seems like it doesn’t get any better when you finally do get to work. You need to relax and de-stress.
You could go to the gym or to your yoga class but if they are full, you don’t have time to wait. You need a room in your home just for relaxation. The good news is that you can create this room in one day and without costing you a lot of money. Regardless of how much room you may have in your home, you can find a place for relaxation.
as seen on pointclickhome
Designer: White Webb
Featured in: Apartment Life: A Jewel of an Alcove Studio
Metropolitan Home, September 2009
In the master suite, a vintage 1980s Marimekko fabric by Fujiwo Ishimoto hangs on the wall of a closet separating the sleeping area from the bathroom. Furniture includes a custom bed and Peekaboo nesting tables from CB2. Donna Gorman designed the pillow fabrics; the bedspread is a reissued 1950s Marimekko fabric by Finnish designer Maija Isola; Tolomeo sconces are from Artimede.
This is a post dedicated to the furniture you see in a bedroom, and espacially to the main article, the bed. Here are some of the most interesting and cozy look like beds I have found and wanted to share with you.
“While of course we would never be so indelicate as to inquire, we suspect that you (like us) feel your bedroom might be better off with some concealed storage. Other than a dresser, of course, which you probably already have (and if not, look around–we’ve got you covered), a storage headboard is one of the best ways to add this capacity to your bedroom.”