Published at Tuesday, 07 November 2017 by Matilda Leroux in Bedroom Design, with total 63 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.
It is white and blue that traditionally ushers in the magic of sun, sand and surf into your bedroom. But go down a different route this summer and replace the white in that equation with far more exciting shades of gray. Apart from giving your nautical or coastal style bedroom a fresh, new look, replacing white with gray gives you greater decorating freedom and a chance to try out newer shades of blue. In fact, you can fill the backdrop with light gray and maybe even a hint of white and use pops of teal, turquoise or periwinkle for greater visual impact. From bedding and drapes to a complete bedroom furniture set in blue, a gray background lets you switch between hues with ease.
If you are starting to think that we despise bedside table lamps for some concealed reason, then that is definitely not true! Pendants, sconce and even floor lamps allow you to switch from the more tried and tested bedroom setting of a bed with two bedside tables and matching table lamps to a pattern that is more fun and innovative. But those who still prefer the simplicity and convenience of a table lamp can also join in on the trend without seeming outdated. The trendy inspirations below lead you onto this new path! teen girl bedroom.