Red can be used in a diverse range of settings and with multiple themes making it a delight to work with. All you need is a bit of imagination and some restraint to pull it all together in a grand fashion.
Storage beds can add a healthy amount of stuff-stashing space to your home but they can also be quite pricey. If you want to reap the benefits of these double duty furniture pieces without spending an arm and a leg read on to see eight DIY ways to make them yourself.
These fabulous bedside units can be used in a variety of ways to make sure that they fit the specific floor plan of your existing bedrooms. Available in or wood finishes you can combine as many individual units as you choose to create larger storage cabinets for the bedroom.
Small bedroom owners can also embrace this approach but in a different fashion. Murphy bed units transform the same little room into both a comfy bedroom and a functional workspace depending on the time of the day. By tucking away the home office setup at night and pulling out the bed you will definitely be less tempted to get back to work until the next day!
Check out this DIY tufted headboard made by Meghan of Involving the Senses. All it took was a bit of elbow grease as well as some wood upholstery foam pegboard dark grey fabric and buttons she covered herself!
Red is a great choice for an accent wall in a bedroom where the other colors are muted and unimpressive. Since most homeowners are moving toward the trend of picking an all-white or gray backdrop for the bedroom red is a wonderful way of enlivening this setting in an instant.
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.
Crafting an eclectic bedroom is all about finding that right balance between what you love and what your bedroom really needs. Eclectic bedrooms can also vary from being sophisticated and modern to vintage and retro. Behind what might seem like ‘chaos’ to an untrained eye there is order elegance and a great deal of work.