Bedroom. Tuesday , March 20th , 2018 - 16:21:01 PM
This rustic attic room bedroom stands out. The light fixture made from horns is illuminated by the all-natural light let in by the large window. Wooden wall surfaces as well as a wood burning fire place make this room so relaxing. As opposed to being closed-in, like you might believe an attic room would certainly look, this space is intense as well as open. The distinctive shelf over the system bed acts as a headboard as well as an accent item. Brilliantly colored ottomans offer much more sitting for guests.
Make the bed steal the show, depending on your decorative style, your bed can take a back seat to the wall or vice versa. If you would prefer for your bed to steal the show, opt for subtle artwork, neutral toned collections and wall art that will blend subtly but still add texture and patterns. Artwork doesn’t have to be bold and dramatic, and leaving the area bare looks unfinished and bland. Opt for pieces that will draw colors from surrounding walls and will not compete with your bed and bedding.
The cozy wood that incorporates the rest of the area is brought right into the bedrooms table top to proceed the continuity of the space. Have a look at this stunning master collection with an affixed washroom, closet space, or even a sunlight and reading nook. The glass wall surface of the washroom lets some of that gorgeous all-natural light leakage right into the space. The obscured lines on the glass add not just a design component to the space, yet a bit of privacy for the washroom. The bed is obviously center-stage of this master collection. It’s bordered by a charming huge head board that acts as storage and lighting.
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