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The bedroom often serves as a room where decorators let their imaginations run wild, transforming the space into a retreat. In most bedrooms, the bed operates as the focal point of the room, determining the bedroom's theme and palette. Bedroom furniture often has a finish that is perfect for accenting with interesting colors. One of the best aspects of decorating a bed is that it is simple to switch the headboard, frame, textiles or pillows to shift the entire look.
To create a balanced atmosphere in your bedroom, finding the right nightstand is essential. A nightstand is an end table for the bedroom. In almost every case, it stands beside your bed as a useful space for storing and displaying the things any good end table might: a table lamp, an alarm clock, a book or magazine, a pair of glasses, a small plant, a drinking glass, a framed picture. All night stands are built with your basic bedside requirements in mind, but there are important distinctions in nightstand utility and style. Luckily, this nightstand buying guide gives you all the information you need to determine how to buy a nightstand that brings you closer to the bedroom of your dreams.
The warm, inviting feeling of country home decor makes it an enduring design trend. Some people favor the more rustic side of country decor, integrating wooden furniture with distressed surfaces and flea market finds. Others tend toward the country cottage look of cheery primary colors set against white accents. The French country look has a more subdued effect, combining faded cornflower blue, sage green, mustard or antique white with black accents. Whatever style of country home decor you prefer, take a look at the following tips for some inspiring decor ideas.
Refreshing the paint, switching out textiles or using different furniture hardware can quickly transform a plain bedroom into a room that reflects your unique style. For a more comprehensive bedroom decor makeover, counteract the coolness of plain white walls and bland overhead lighting with a new coat of paint, furniture, accessories and finishes that create a cozy feeling in your bedroom.
For many kids, having a bunk bed in their room is the stuff of dreams. Whether they share the bunk bed with a sibling or just use the extra bunk when friends stay over, kids enjoy the feeling of sleeping high up in the room, as if perched in a treehouse. However, bunk beds tend to dominate a room, making them challenging for integrating with a bedroom's decor. Consider your options in kids' beds, and then use some innovative strategies to make them look their best in your kid's room. Below, you'll learn some excellent tips on decorating kids' rooms with bunk beds.
When you buy a platform bed, you'll want to pick out new bedding to put on it. Before you are ready to snuggle up, you'll get to pick out bedding that will make your whole bedroom seem brand new. Here are a few ideas on how to make your platform bed a cozy, comfortable place to sleep as well a something beautiful to look at during the day.
Like the art movement that inspired it, modern bedding is defined by bold lines and contemporary color schemes. Stark graphic prints and bright colors are best complemented with bedroom accessories that act as a backdrop to your luxury bedding. If you love the style of modern bedding but aren't sure how to create a cohesive style, this guide is for you. Keep reading to discover the top 5 modern bedding accents and you'll have a contemporary space in no time.
Canopies are a fast, easy way to update any bedroom. In fact, canopies are versatile enough to work everywhere, from children's rooms that need some color to adult bedrooms in need of a bit of luxury. The right canopy can set the mood, protect kids from monsters under the bed, add a splash of color or even shield you from mosquitoes. Don't be intimidated; these tips on decorating with canopies will have you accessorizing in no time.
If you're looking to give your bed an extra bit of pizzazz, think bedding accessories. Bedskirts are the perfect final touch to all well-made beds. Used to disguise unsightly box-spring mattresses, bedskirts work to create a streamlined look. They are easy to install and come in a huge variety of styles, colors and materials. Look below to learn how to use a bedskirt.
Although retro is often used to define anything old, there is a certain style that people associate with retro decor. In reference to home design from the '60s and '70s, retro means a room with shag carpets, bold repeating prints, and furniture with soft lines. Retro shag rugs and rugs with big patterns add the perfect amount of vintage feel and can be the foundation for many different room designs.
If your bedroom has a dark tone or does not receive optimal natural light, you can use pine bedroom furniture to give it a lighter and brighter look. Pine bedroom furniture has a distinct advantage over darker and glossier woods because its lighter look creates a cheerful backdrop in a bedroom, whether you aim for a style that's country, Mexican rustic, cottage style, Asian fusion or shabby chic. Look below to learn how to lighten a bedroom with pine furniture.
Graduation is an exciting time when students receive their academic degrees and celebrate the accomplishment of completing school. Commencement ceremonies are traditionally held in spring and are a time for the graduating class to enjoy themselves. Yet the students are also busy preparing for that next step in life, which often involves living on their own for the first time. When you choose a graduation gift for a young adult, consider a gift that makes this life-changing transition easier.
The very popular shabby chic decorating style goes by many names, including country cottage and rustic style. While these types of shabby chic home decor have slight deviations in terms of palette, patterns and finishes, the essential philosophy of shabby chic design is valuing well-loved and distressed items over new ones. Decorating in a shabby chic style might only involve adding a few repurposed shabby chic accessories, such as family heirlooms, do-it-yourself projects and flea market finds, to your home decor. Read on for tips on shabby chic decorating.
Formerly a popular option for creating a psychedelic style in the '60s, shag rugs are back in a more contemporary form. Made with pile that is longer than one inch, shag rugs are incredibly soft and add depth to your home with their uneven texture. Whether it's a shag rug made from wool, cotton or leather, try using a shag rug to make a major statement in your home.
The bedroom is a crucial part of your home. It's where you spend a large majority of your time, so it needs to be a place that encourages rest and relaxation in addition to being visually appealing. A cluttered and messy bedroom is not conducive to rest and warrants a bedroom makeover. Bedroom makeovers don't have to be expensive or time consuming; they can be as simple as some new bedding and decorative accessories, or they can be a more in-depth overhaul with new furniture, paint and lighting. Take a look at this article for some ideas on how to give your bedroom a makeover.
Normally restrained decorators tend to let loose when decorating toddler bedrooms. After all, the color and pattern palette of kids' furniture and bedroom decor tends to be far more diverse than those for adult bedrooms. You can begin with a few large pieces of kids' furniture, such as a toddler bed, kid dresser and storage shelving. Add a theme or a palette and work from there or just add some simple textiles and wall art for a few decorative accents.
Wood furniture evokes a sense of tradition, harkening back to the days when household goods were not only handmade but often also self-produced. Wood furniture comes in a variety of wood types and finishes to suit any home decor. Of the many woods used, however, there are preferences for certain types of furniture. This glossary will help you buy wood furniture by sorting out which kinds of wood are best for a particular type of furniture.
Decorating your bedroom can be a complicated task, and the huge variety of bedroom decor options doesn't always help. If you don't have any specific bedroom ideas in mind or you're torn between a few decorating ideas, this bedroom decor buying guide will help you find a direction that works for you. There aren't many limits to bedroom design, and your bedroom decorating style should be as unique as you are, so don't hesitate to let your creative side take over. Pick and choose the elements you like best from the many bedroom ideas below and put them together to create an interior design that is all your own, or pick one bedroom decor style and go all the way.
Ottomans are fun, functional pieces of living room furniture, and they go well beyond their modest size in completing the look of your home. At its most basic, an ottoman consists of a padded cushion, usually atop a wooden frame for resting your feet. Of course, there are countless variations on the basic theme. This ottoman buying guide gives you everything you need to know about how to buy an ottoman that will reward you and your living room again and again.