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.
The clean contemporary design of these units and the ample storage space that they offer mean they are absolutely perfect for bedrooms with modern minimal transitional and even Asian style. And if you are looking for a trendy bedroom addition then Alter in cool gray is indeed perfect as it also adds a to your cozy bedroom.
Nailheads are another way to add a custom feel to a headboard and they’re fairly easy to use. Case in point: this DIY nailhead-embellished specimen by Sarah M. Dorsey Designs. See her step-by-step process here.
By choosing a classic iconic desk for your bedroom workspace like the Parsons Desk or the Nelson Swag Leg Desk you end up elevating the style quotient of the room. Maybe a gorgeous workspace next to the bay window is just what you need to complete your dream bedroom!
As we alluded to earlier the essence of eclectic style is the underlying order to that seemingly random blend of styles. Every piece in the room has its own purpose and when you are mixing decor pieces with radically different styles it is best to create a transition from one to the next.
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.
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!
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.