Bedroom / June 26, 2018 / .
A better option is to create a base of soft neutrals like grays and taupes mixed with pastel colors—try lavender and celery green if you want to avoid the standard pink and blue. Also avoid high-contrast palettes and busy patterns on walls, bedding, or rugs or risk making your child feel energized instead of relaxed.
Detract with a feature wall. In a narrow room, bring the far wall forward with fabulous wallpaper. This pretty design links the pale blue walls and bronze quilt for a room that feels cohesive and has bags of personality. Make your headboard work hard. Using a headboard for storage is a clever way to make the most of your space. This custom solution manages to be a bedside table and bookcase as well as a headboard, and could easily be built to hold a rail and shelves on the opposite side for clothes.
You may also want to upload a site plan of your home, showing where your bedroom fits into the building. Knowing your context, the space around your design site is important. Are there a lot of trees or tall buildings in your neighborhood? Use Google Maps to view and print out an aerial photo of your building. Cool, huh?
I am not only saying this because green is my favorite color, but this is a pretty rad bedroom. I love the lime green that is incorporated throughout the room. It compliments the platform bed and tile wall behind the bed very well. I love the overall uniqueness of this room. From the vintage hardwood floor pattern to the whole wall behind the bed. If You Love Green Bedrooms check it here.