Based on Pottery Barn’s Stratton Bed this homemade version is nearly indistinguishable from its inspiration. Considering that it was made for $400-$500 (compared to the Stratton’s $1800 pricetag) you’d probably be able to have some pretty sweet dreams thinking about how much money you saved.
If you are happy with the first few choices then you can continue this approach by adding additional pieces over time. This is also a great way of trying new exotic shades of red that you are not entirely sure about. But just as in the case of the accent wall use the color in more than one place to really get the right feel for it before coming to any conclusion.
A popular misconception is that eclectic style allows you to fill your home with pretty much anything and everything under the sun. In fact the truth is exactly the opposite of that.
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.
Adding a workspace to your bedroom can be a tricky affair and some homeowners prefer to keep any electronic distractions away from the bedroom. Others though will tell you that the bedroom is probably the best place in the house to create a home office that is private and free from any distractions.
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.
Most often it is the wall behind the bed that is chosen for this task. Red bedroom accent walls make an even more stark visual impact when the rest of the room is as minimal as possible. And much like in any other room of the house a touch of black along with red brings sophistication to the bedroom instantly.
Still worried about combining the workspace with the bedroom? Concerned that it is too much of a distraction and that you will be up at 3 in the morning checking mail? A simple solution to this is to create a home office that is a part of the bedroom and yet is separated from it using sliding glass doors or a bedroom accent wall.