By Babette Candide. Bedroom Design. Published at Friday, April 27th, 2018 - 14:32:30 PM.
Symmetry is one of the oldest tricks in the designer playbook, and for good reason. The result is a look that’s perfectly pulled together and balanced. Purchasing in twos also reduces the number of decisions you have to make. One exception? Art. Somehow it doesn’t feel right buying identical pieces of art, so instead look for works that are part of the same series but not exactly the same.
While you want things to look as simple and clean as possible in a Scandinavian room, too white and clean can have the opposite effect of cozy. It can seem downright sterile, so be sure to add textured colors into the mix, along with natural woods. Black and white photos, neutral toned fabrics and textured colors through foliage set in visible spaces.
Add décor pieces that reflect who you are and your style. Wall paintings, table and dresser décor pieces, such as flowers, or pictures. Create your own personal getaway with the things that make you feel relaxed, happy, whatever the feel you want to have while you are in your personal retreat, your master bedroom.
An eye-catching headboard can easily act as the focal point for a master bedroom, and sometimes it’s all the boom-pow you need. Solid bold-color headboards look great in shapely styles with fun detailing, such as button tufting. A patterned headboard works in either unique or simple shapes. If you know the bed is where you want the attention to be, starting with the headboard and then letting it inform your other pieces in the room is a great approach.
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