By Norberte Fischer. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 20:59:23 PM.
We go now from a generous color palette to a monochromatic décor. This bedroom features various shades of the same color: yellow. The designer played with textures and patterns to create a dynamic décor. Everything here seems to match perfectly and the color shades complement each other beautifully.
Obviously Baroque in style, this bedroom is indeed grand and over-the-top. An ornate headboard is further enhanced with lavish draping, flanked by wall panels that include generous embellishments of several kinds. Gilded and ornamented nightstands have shorter legs and a more bombe shape, which is of the Baroque era.
Sometimes the combination with the white walls and other white items in the room (for example a simple white chair) is even more elegant and stylish and less dark. But if you do decide to have such a red and black bedroom and you do not have white walls, you might consider having very big windows , as you do not use the bedroom only at night and it might look creepy in the daylight if it does not have enough light.
Not sure about the difference between Baroque and Rococo? In short, Baroque refers to a period spanning from the 17th century until the beginning of the 18th century and is epitomized by Louis the XIVth and Versailles. It is opulent and a heavier style – more “serious.” Rococo is often considered a subset of the Baroque era, sometimes even called late Baroque. It is typically lighter, more feminine and whimsical. Giving a bedroom a touch of Baroque or Rococo is easy to do. Personal preference will drive how much of the look is appropriate for you.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Noglet Inc website that is not Noglet Inc’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Noglet Inc claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.