Published at Sunday, 29 October 2017 by Mariette Gautier in Bedroom Design, with total 83 photographs.
Do not be afraid to combine a third color with gray and blue in the bedroom. This need not necessarily be white as both blue and gray can create a neutral and inviting setting which allows other bold hues to shine through. A touch of red or orange looks great in the coastal or nautical bedroom while a pop of fuchsia or pink can bring dazzle to the girls’ bedroom. Yellow is a great choice in bedrooms with light shades of gray and blue as it ushers in sun-kissed charm while brown can give the space a more masculine finish.
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.
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.