Published at Tuesday, 17 October 2017 by Matilda Leroux in Bedroom Design, with total 91 images.
Adhesive decals can be used smartly in a painted foam-core board to make personalized designs at headboard. Batting inside the panel covered with cushions in the frame combines comfort and style. Add printed fabric to cover the plain metal head board to give a vibrant look. Abstract paintings, simple designs and curtains can also duplicate as the headrest of your bed. Upholstered headboards with whimsical designs can integrate aesthetics with comfort. purple grey bedroom.
Yellow and blue is a color combination that seems to work best with a beachy, coastal style that is both elegant and breezy. It is barely a surprise, as the colors of sun, surf and sand can be easily translated into a color palette using the many shades of yellow and blue. You can give this look a fun twist by adding modern, nautical or even industrial elements to ensure that the bedroom of your child is both unique and exceptional. Bright shades of yellow in the modern bedroom work best when used in moderation, while blue is often the dominant hue along with white in these refined spaces.
Metal motifs with light themes found at a home discount store can be perfectly fixed to the walls to impart a chic look. You can frame your head boards with photo frames, placed adjacently, sans the glass. Cut batting the same size as the frame back and cover it with thick fabric with vibrant colors and textures. Wallpapers cut out in the outline of a headboard design contrasting with wall paint color can make it the focal attention of the room. Stencils with some spray adhesive, paint and little creativity can help illustrate some creativity at the headrest. Imaginatively colored fireplace screen can be spread behind the bed for a warm feel. black white and purple bedroom.