Bedroom / June 26, 2018 / .
Embrace color psychology. There is a reason nurseries have long been designed in pale pink, baby blue, or soft yellow—they are soothing hues. So, while you might want to buck the trends or honor your sons love of fire engines, bright reds and other bold colors are too stimulating to be good choices for a calming kids room.
Trick the eye with mirrors. Creating the illusion of space with mirrors is a classic trick that works every time. Perfect for smaller bedrooms, a mirrored wall will visually double the space. This one does the job in style, its high position keeping the effect subtle and the antiqued surface looking elegant. Have pieces made to measure. Having custom furniture made for your space can be a very worthwhile investment. This twin bed has been designed to fit under the eaves perfectly, leaving plenty of space in the rest of the room. The built-in drawers and wall-mounted bedside table and light maximize every inch of floor, while a classic transparent chair provides unobtrusive seating.
Here is some more typographic decor – the lettering in this bedroom sets up the design theme for a more mysterious attraction. While storage and art would normally occupy a headboard wall, here it takes a prominent position at the side of the bed. The adjustable ask lamp is a versatile touch. The desk chair used here is the Flow chair.
This is definitely not one of those styles that I would keep a secret. I love the concept of this tree branch bed frame. It is rustic, stylish, and it can be altered to make any design you want within reason. This is also one of those looks that can be used with any decor and in any color room. Not to mention, you could probably paint the branches as well.