Since we are talking about bedrooms use the sheets on the bed quilt and pillows to accentuate this look. It is best to stick to just three or four major colors as too many colors can turn the bedroom into a restless space. But if you want to incorporate a wider range of colors then do so in moderation.
Just like in the case of blue or yellow there are many different shades of red that you can pick from. Consider the entire range before you make the final choice. Maybe all your bedroom needs is a touch of orange-red or rich scarlet to give it the enchanting vibe that you are after!
is all about getting the balance between the various elements in the room just right. While some prefer an overdose of this audacious color others use it in a sporadic elegant fashion. Much as in the case of the perfect red living room it is all about picking the right hue and letting it become an organic part of the theme you have chosen.
Finally we take the path of red accents for those who are still having color commitment issues and a fear of jumping into red. Give the daring reds a shot by using a bold rug an accent chair lovely bedding pillow covers or even nightstands in the hue.
This is pretty easy to do gives the bedroom a unique look and does not alter the existing design plan of the room. You can place the table lamp at one of the ends that is next to the bed and use the rest of the space for your laptop or as a DIY zone!
When you use a red accent wall make sure you repeat the color elsewhere in one or two decor elements. Since we are talking about bedrooms pillow covers and duvets can also be used to get this done with ease. By repeating the color one gives the bedroom a more elegant look with a touch of symmetry.
Inject your bedroom with a bit of French flair with the ornate yet rustic Ardenay headboard by Pulaski Furniture. Fashioned after a carved antique mirror frame it’s a statement piece that you can build a whole bedroom around.
Your cabinets are stuffed your dresser space is depleted and your closets are nearly bursting at the seams. What’s a storage-starved homeowner to do? The solution may lie right where you do — in your bed.