Bedroom / May 25, 2018 / Francis Raoul.
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.
Minimal design and white go hand-in-hand, as nothing looks more bare yet chic than bright neutral walls and matching bedding! Despite the simple scheme here, the room looks styled to within an inch of its life and the use of simple white curtains to cordon off the en suite bathroom is a stroke of genius.
The shades of lavender look excellent with white and lighter version of its own shades. Play with the shade, use it on the curtains, in the texture of the walls or paint a wall in plain purple and then accessorize it to accentuate the inner beauty of the colour.
Optimizing space in small rooms will always bring about a need for a little multifunctional design. After all, why would you have three large pieces of furniture all crammed into one room, if you can simply opt for one, which can transform on a whim? We love the idea of a bed that folds up into a sofa and offers drawer storage too.
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