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.
When I look at this room, it comes to my attention that the theme of it is sailor bears. You can see all of the décor is centered around bears and sailing. Both the crib and the dresser match in texture and color, which is nice. The walls are painted a mustard color, which seems to work well with the navy blue. My favorite part of the room would probably have to be the necessity holder off to the left side.
Originally we started with a plasma cutter that Austin designed and built from tools and supplies he had available. It was a game changer for us and the signs created from this machine were so well made that people would ask us if they were laser cut. We now own a Bodor fibre laser cutter that guarantees quality cuts with the most intricate detail. Every new sign is pushing the envelope in design.
A bedroom that could fit either a guy or a young couple, this room goes from the premise that wall decorations alone can transform any ambiance. While the room itself is minimal, the wall’s design make with disks certainly stands out and captures the eyes of anyone entering it, making up for the lack of decorative furniture or other more colorful pieces.
If you aren’t into the bright and beautiful colors that we have seen so far for this theme, then check out these colors. This room features that beautiful canvas art of trees and birds which contrasts with the green area rug and red rocking chair. The crib is black and white, which can be considered gender neutral. I really enjoy the fact that they thought out of the box and went with something a little less flashy than the others.
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.
Expand your decorating options to fill empty walls with something other than a picture or painting. Wall art creates strong focal points and dynamic textures, unifying disparate room colors into a cohesive whole. Pieces with straight, clean lines and symmetrical designs work best in homes with modern and minimalist styles. Consider metallic wall art to contrast wood decor and soft fabrics. Wood art offers fresh, organic shapes with eye-catching lines. Choose that material to accentuate rustic living rooms or to bring an outdoor element into an urban-chic space. Wall mirrors reflect existing light and create the illusion of a bigger room. Tealights, votives or electric candles in wall holders provide warm ambiance and are useful in places with limited surface area. For backyard and patio spaces, look for items that are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Artwork can make or break the overall look of a room, so it's important to choose the right piece! You've got many factors to consider when choosing your new wall art: should it be silver and gray or vibrant and multicolor? Wooden or metal? Matte or shiny? By taking these options into account—and doing a thorough survey of the other decorations in the space—you're one step closer to finding that pivotal piece!
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