Genivee Martineau. Bedrooms. June 30th , 2017.
This accent wall adds texture to the entire room by forming 3-D triangular patterns. These slats also form triangular patters, but are complemented by strategically placed lights and LED lights. Meanwhile, this wall’s white vertical slats are used to contrast the dark horizontal stripes of the photograph creating an intriguing effect.
A thin stencil creates a four poster harking back to Japanese-style, futon dreaming. A little thicker but still to the floor, this king poster bed relaxes a room of minimal features. A higher frame hangs geometric Chinese lanterns and a smaller, fabric-made bed. Using distressed materials adds an industrial feel, exacerbated as steel hover lamps peek through the sides of the frame.
While low beds are famously associated with Japanese design, they‘re beginning to catch on in modern design circles - and for those whose knees can handle them, low beds have several benefits. First, starting the day with a deep stretch and mild workout can get the blood pumping to fight off grogginess, and the cool temperature near the floor is a major plus for hot sleepers. Some small bedrooms can gain a sense of spaciousness from a low-profile look. And if storage isn‘t a concern, removing empty space means one less place for dust to settle. Check out the inspirational beds below for even more reasons to consider going low!
Wooden walls provide the perfect canvas for couples. Accompanied by grey, white and a large square window, panelled shafts add a contemporary feel to an otherwise basic bedroom. Wondering where the light is coming from? True to his trademark style, Kovr combines a wooden wall with smartphone-controlled LED lighting, making a striking design feature rise out of thin air.
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