Published at Tuesday, 17 October 2017 by Matilda Leroux in Bedroom Design, with total 91 photos.
While finding a balance between yellow and blue in the kids’ bedroom is not too hard, most homeowners seem to be far more comfortable with blue as the dominant hue in the room. This could very well be because of the popularity of blue in boys’ bedrooms or just the fact that brighter shades of yellow create a setting that is far too ‘vibrant and loud’ for a relaxing bedroom. Irrespective of the reason behind the choice, those wanting to drape the bedroom of their child in light and pastel hues of blue can still add a striking splash of yellow with accents and decor.
The floating nightstand in wood also ushers in textural contrast and you can choose between closed drawers and an open shelf depending on how organized you are. A simple table lamp and LED strip lighting can complete these wall-mounted delights that simply never disappoint! If you are not really someone who has a whole bag of bedside items to store, then the minimal floating nightstand is undoubtedly the best choice. tween bedroom ideas.
One of the biggest perks of a live-edge headboard is the exclusivity that it brings to the bedroom. If you are really good with DIY skills (say intermediate-level skills), then crafting a stunning piece of headboard from a slab of wood is barely an issue. It is a DIY project that you can easily try out at home. The hardest part is of course finding that mesmerizing slab of wood that you absolutely adore. Once that is done, everything else becomes a whole lot easier. If you really are not the DIY type, then you can even order a one-of-a-kind bed with a live-edge wood frame and headboard from sites like Anthropologie. cool headboards.