By Fredda Ziegler. Bedroom. Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 07:21:42 AM.
The first element of these styles to consider is gold. Because wood was always a prominent feature in Baroque furniture, gilding was often applied and the ornamentation was almost always done in gold. This bedroom features several telling characteristics, such as the extravagant gold ornamentation atop the tufted headboard. While that is decidedly Baroque, the lavish bedding is more Rococo because it is made from silk.
The strategies you can use are numerous. For instance, you can use a bench for end of bed completeness as a focal point, making sure it contrasts with the bed and also with other elements in the room. The opposite strategy would be to make sure the bench blends in and in that case you can find a way to coordinate it with something else in the room like the curtains, the headboard or the area rug.
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.
Given the fact that the bedroom is a private space usually perceived as a relaxing and serene environment, the colors associated with its interior are usually pastels, neutrals and soft shades. However, you can create a beautiful bedroom décor even with intimidating colors such as black. It’s uncommon to see a black bedroom but we have selected a few examples that show this type of décor can also be inviting and quite pleasant.
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