Bedrooms. Monday , October 16th , 2017 - 09:29:44 AM
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.
Textured wallpaper can shine in a black and white room. Loosely-draped lighting over a futon-style bed highlights its geometric patterns, beside a series of frames. Go Japanese with a futon in monochrome. Cornered by white-textured and black-painted walls, cylindrical and bauble lighting dims the space. Make your bed go beyond, as a painting headboard changes its shape. This room shows an L-shape shrouded in black-painted wood and white book jackets.
The urban loft would excel with this natural-looking wooden wall. Planted beside a living wall, its thin wooden panels match dangling oblong lights and fuschias. See more of this scintillating design here. Prefer your panelling in the other direction? This horizontal wooden wall juxtaposes two fantail pendant lights and hanging plants, providing a rustic beauty with two bedroom ledges. Miss your childhood treehouse? This wooden bedroom provides the next best thing, with a hanging hammock bed and spray-can artwork. Two tones of a wooden wall and ceiling provide simple and warm contrasts.
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