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If you are looking for inspiration for a bedroom refresh, then have you come to the right place. Indeed, below you will find four of the most on-trend suggestions for bedroom style and decor there are, right now. Check them out and see if any ‘take your fancy’.
Styling a tropical bedroom is all about textiles with patterns that portray the rich lush foliage you would find in a tropical jungle. We’re talking oversized fern and Monstera leaves, bright tropical blooms, and exotic fauna such as monkeys, leopards, and flamingos. The look can be executed in different ways too with lighter walls in white or pale green, or even pale pink, and colors for a milder look. However, darker walls and colors like forest green, hot pink, and even black can help you create a look that is more extreme and impactful.
Another important aspect of such a room is the presence of real (or fake) plants, which can provide a very calming and immersive atmosphere. Be sure to choose a wide range of plants to create a sense of texture and interest.
Mid-century modern is a style with roots very firmly in the 1950s and 60s. However, it’s still as popular today with genuine furniture pieces going for high prices in auctions and online, especially if they are from recognized designers like Ercol, Laddex, and Eames.
The essence of mid-century style is low-profile furniture pieces, often in elongated rectangular shapes made from warmer-looking woods like elm and teak. In the bedroom, this means low lozenge-like headboards, and beds set low to the ground often with ‘Dansette -style’ legs. Dressing tables with mirrors and linens in browns, oranges, yellows, and creams will complete the look.
Minimalism is hot right now, and it can be a very effective way to create a restful space. However, it is often tricky to create a minimalist room that works and creates a sense of harmony rather than looking bare.
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One thing that can help you achieve a cohesive but minimal look in your bedroom is to choose a matching suit of furniture. Opting for a white or natural light wood color scheme consisting of clear lines and simple shapes is best.
Linens and wall colors should be light and neutral too, and decoration should be kept to a minimum with art and ornaments that have specific meanings being on display.
If you like your bedroom decor cozy, but with plenty of personality then maximalism is the way to go. Maximalism is all about using oversized patterns, luxurious materials, and rich colors to create an opulent space that is both impressive and welcoming all at once.
To craft your maximalist bedroom, begin with choosing your color palette. Don’t shy away from darker colors either, just make sure that when you do use them you accent them with richer jewel tones.
Once you have your color pallet you can start looking for patterned bed linens and wallpapers that fit your scheme. Create an impactful look by using matching wallpaper and bedding, or contract to add extra interest and intrigue!
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