Bedroom / May 25, 2018 / Francis Raoul.
The sultry red is best paired with neutral shades or shades of grey for a modern look. Too much of red will make the room dark and heavy. So use lots of white and lighter shades to make it bright. Be innovative and use it in the bed or the wall behind the headboard to make it look like an extension of the beautifully romantic bed for the couple.
Lavender colour is fun and flirty and quite different yet similar to pink in elevating the romantic quotient. It is a mature version of love and romance. It’s fresh and will keep reminding you of the honeymoon period of life keeping the romance fragrantly fresh and rejuvenated and extending the romantic period of your life.
When choosing colours, consider tones that make you feel comfortable and complement all soft furnishings within the room. Seeing as we spend a third of our life in bed, it is important to invest in some good quality bedding that will give you a good feeling. It is worth investing in high quality natural fibres and soft underlays as they will all enhance your perfect bedroom rest.
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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