A more neutral backdrop lets this lovely array of colors stand out even more prominently and brings the best out of your most cherished furnishings. While smaller rooms benefit from white and light gray warm yellow shades work well in larger bedrooms.
This approach frees up the foot space and gives the bedroom a visually light and airy appeal. All you now need is an office chair and some cool floating shelves above the desk to complete the elegant workstation.
Unlike the living area or the dining room you have fewer diversions in your own bedroom and this obviously helps in increasing productivity and cutting down on work time. And turning that lonely corner in the bedroom into a compact workspace is a lot easier than you think.
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.
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!
Made of simple and affordable materials that can be purchased at your local hardware store this wooden DIY storage bed is a project that can be finished in a weekend. Lowe’s even has an easy-to-follow video of the steps for the more DIY-challenged here.
If buttons aren’t your thing this tall grid-tufted headboard from West Elm achieves a plush but more streamlined look. Its extra-tall profile adds drama and comes in 13 fabrics and 5 colors.
While it is not compulsory to have a backdrop in a neutral color for a ravishing eclectic bedroom it often helps you in creating a far more beautiful space. This is particularly true if you love colorful decor and are planning to fill up the room with a variety of hues and shades.