I absolutely love the design of this room. It’s a very beautiful white and brown color with that amazing backsplash behind the bed. There are all sorts of different tiles that we see on this wall. They have no pattern, don’t match, but it still adds a lot of character to the room. The bedroom is beautifully lit with the three lamps and natural lighting bouncing off of the walls.
When I see those pieces of art on the wall, all I can think about is the look of driftwood. These do make for good pieces of art because they can be made into almost anything and it will look good. The bed is covered in a blue paisley style comforter and the headboard is a blue and white upholstery style. Overall, it’s a very homey room and I would be very cozy sleeping in it.
The wall behind this bed is pretty unique. It is made of what appears to be small white blocks. I kind of like to think of them as start. The rest of the room is well kept and clean. There is very minimal furniture, if any other than the bed. The flooring is a very nice hardwood that almost matches the bed frame. I love the simplicity of the bedroom.
If you want to make a bedroom look bigger, you can mirror the furnishings. It makes the room look longer than it really is. In this case, they used mirrored accents on their nightstands. They also have a cute piece of art above the bed that is kind of mirrored. The rest the room is decorated with brown and white coloring and that large open window allows the sunlight to reflect off of the bright walls to create more natural light.
This room is very similar to the previous one in that it’s simple. Both the walls and comforter are white, as is the carpet. However, on the wall, there are some unique pieces of art. The first one is an exposed human. Their rear end is exposed for the world to see. The piece of art on the other side seems to be a bunch of different patterns and writings put together into one. I really like how simple, but cool, the room is overall.
Once you have an idea of a general spot, frame out the area with painter’s tape to visualize the spot. Stand back a few feet and see if you like where it sits on the wall. Get artsy with this; maybe you want to hang your wall art slightly off center because there’s a plant in the corner or a chair that will block some of it. Create a vignette, or setting, like the image above, where the art is part of the grouping and slightly off center.
The predominance of several shades of blue in the ambiance reminds us of the sea, which combined with other neutral colors and the presence of the plant, mark the natural aspect, giving off the feeling of harmony and tranquility. Wooden furniture also highlight this aspect. The comfort is present in the image. The large bed with several pillows, beyond being part of the decoration that seems to simulate waves, put comfort as it’s priority.
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