By Severine Edmonde. Bedroom Design. Published at Saturday, May 19th, 2018 - 23:11:20 PM.
When crafting a space that both men and women feel at home in, neutrals and woods are your best friends. A headboard that emphasizes shape rather than color is a great way to avoid a look that feels too basic, and a classic rug, such as an Oushak, is something everyone can agree on. Bedside tables, a bench, or chairs in streamlined wood add a tactile quality to the scheme. Color, of course, is by no means off-limits—just choose those pops wisely.
The number of decisions you have to make when decorating a master bedroom can be dizzying, which is why a tight palette can really come in handy. Landing on just two colors, typically a neutral and an accent color, can help you navigate through each choice without getting overwhelmed. Walls in the accent color? Then go neutral for the headboard. Window treatments? Just match the walls and you’re done. Bedside lighting? Seek out lamps in either your accent color or your neutral
Glass chandeliers give the owner a variety of choices and are the most well-rounded style that allows the owner to go as modest or classy in the decoration scheme as they want to. You can dress up the chandelier with luxurious glass covers, or use a more modern cover to give the room a less ambiguous look. Your decoration theme of the room should dictate what type of glass covers to use.
Beautiful high-quality printed bedding can definitely be a commitment, which is why opting for all-white is one of our favorite decorating moves. For those of you worried that it’s boring, the trick is in the accents. A pair of colorful throw pillows can instantly infuse the look with whatever personality you’d like, as can a fun coverlet or quilt laid out across the foot of the bed. The key is to keep your foundation simple and your accents anything but, which will let you switch up the look as often as you like.
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