By Fredda Ziegler. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, December 09th, 2017 - 07:09:40 AM.
Here we have a bedroom with a less dramatic décor. The walls in this case are not black with dark grey. The floors, however, feature the same dark brown stain. The bed has a black frame and high headboard and the nightstands are also completely black. The pendant lamp matches the walls while the table lamps feature a very elegant combination or black and gold.
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.
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.
This bedroom has a décor based on strong contrasts. The ceiling is white and so are the floors. The bed has a black frame with black curtains that feature a white trim. The same combination can be seen throughout the room, in the case of the windows, wall decorations, furniture and even the bedding. It’s an interesting concept, very simple and yet very bold and striking.
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