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If you take a look around this room, you will see that it resembles mostly that of the country style. I am impressed by the wall hanging behind the bed. It really brings out a rustic appeal. The rest of the room is encased in neutral coloring, such as greys and blues. There’s a cute sitting area in the corner, perfect for reading or relaxing without having to get into your bed.
Range your favorites along a shelf for a brilliant alternative to hanging them on the wall. Create visual interest with a pair of paintings in vibrant hues and give them off-center placement. An easy way to craft a cozy nook in your bedroom is to start with a neutral bed, adorn each side with wooden bookshelves and use our hanging hacks to create a backdrop of calming landscapes and rustic charm.
Rustic bedrooms are becoming more popular with each passing day and this one is no exception to that theory. This room features many pieces of wall art, such as the driftwood, and many other pictures that are hanging. At the end of the bed are two matching chairs and ottomans on top of a blue area rug. This is the perfect sitting are for reading or relaxing before bed. I also really like the design of the wood on the ceiling.
If you love bright colors, then this room is perfect for you. The walls are covered in orange paint with some pretty spectacular wall art all over the place. The night stands are mirrored to make the room look larger than what it really is. The headboard is upholstered, giving the room a vintage feel. My favorite part of the room would have to be that gorgeous French door that goes out on to the balcony.
Small or large, wall art for the living room has a transformative effect the moment you hang it up. Find metal art that adds a hint of luster to your decor, especially if it's dominated by flat fabrics and matte surfaces. Otherwise, wooden wall art lends a natural vibe, such as that found in handcarved fruitwood geese or an abstract collection of panels. Not reflecting as much light, they're ideal for an area with glossy bed linens or sequined lampshades.
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Wow, there’s definitely a lot of orange in this room. I would think that this room belongs to somebody who really likes bright colors and art. When I say art, I mean that artwork that is behind the bed. It looks as if it is a bunch of metal strands put together to create something unique. The rest of the room is filled with orange and white accents, making it a very bright place to be.
Your choice of wall art is a great way to express your personal taste. Designs range from minimalist to complex, prints of natural scenery to everyday objects, geometric patterns to abstract ink swirls, black and white or bright, bold colors. The texture is just as important as the image and while flat prints and paintings are ideal for many wall spaces, some spaces just need a little bit more to make them stand out. In this case, go for dimensional art. Intriguing designs made from paper, wood, metal or capiz make the wall art pop before your eyes. This type of art is particularly suited to a room with a calm, minimalist design, neutral tones or fairly large size.
A large bedroom with a soothing and tranquil light blue color in which the main theme screams comfort and gives a new meaning to the phrase “Sleeping on the clouds”. The painting blends with the padded furniture and round corners of clear colors making an otherwise nearly empty bedroom feel welcoming and comfortable. The different colored plants on the nightstands break the monotony of colors and expand the painting’s influence, making it yet come prevalent.
If you look around the whole room, you will see that there are many pictures of individuals from the past. This is the type of room that you would expect to see in a museum or one of those historical bread and breakfasts. The rest of the room is set in bright white and black accent pieces. One would think that whoever create this room was hugely into the past.