Bedroom / June 28, 2018 / Gaetane Noemi.
If it makes more sense for you to have neutral walls and add color in, in small doses, you can do so with a properly planned accent color. White walls, for example, will always look great with a brighter, more dramatic set of curtains or bed linen.
White, black and glass. That's all you need to curate a truly spectacular minimal bedroom and we love the boldness of this one! With literally only a bed in the sleeping area, it is a refreshing change from busy spaces that can't be conducive to a great night's sleep! Just look at that pared back en suite too.
Think love and the first colour that pop up is pink. Pink is almost synonymous to romance. It will look great in newly wedded room. As time passes it will still be there keeping romance fresh and innocent. It will really be hard to sleep angry at your partner with so much of pink around.
Black and romantic! It seems to be poles apart. But look at the picture and see how sexy it is. Isn’t it? It is difficult to pull up dark walls in home. So we are here to help you out. Black is a dark colour and it absorbs light making the room look small and dull. If the room is small avoid it. But if you are privileged to have a large bedroom, use the colour judiciously. Black is modern and lots of drama can be created by using it to make your private room cozy and warm.
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