Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 08:28:18. Let’s start with something out of the ordinary! Two sturdy concrete pillars perfectly frame the bed and the gorgeous geometric mosaic that backs the headboard. Bold disc-shaped impressions give even more depth to this eye-catching interior wall. The combination of rugged finish and smooth geometry, Amazing! This material is unlike any other – translucent concrete gains its ethereal properties from embedded optical fibers that easily transmit light through an otherwise impenetrable material.
Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 08:28:45. You have the bed, the duvet, the beautiful bed frame. You’ve bought a woolen rug, potted plants and small, intricate accessories. What’s missing in your bedroom? A pendant light. An easy way to add a hint of the dramatic, pendant lights are no longer just for the kitchen or dining room. Get industrial in feel with a pair of concrete domes either side of the bed. Dangle a cluster of copper orbs over your bedside table, adding elegance and a touch of the unique to the room you wake up in. Wake up next to our forty finest examples of bedroom pendant lighting.
Tiffanie Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 08:28:54. Let’s start with something dramatic! Sunken beds require some pretty serious architectural alterations but the end result is so dreamy. The pup would love how easy it is to crawl into bed for morning snuggles. In bedrooms that feature large format artwork, a low bed stays out of the way. But this one still makes a subtle but tasteful impression with the luxurious layering of dark wood and plush fabric.
Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 08:29:24. Bedroom Glass Pendant Lights: The Pharos Pendant, Calla Pendant and Oculo Pendant work best as a trio in this stylish set by Jeremy Pyles. Made from glass, their forms elegantly hang above a range of bedroom shelving options. Wooden Orb Pendants: Sculpted wood finds its place in an array of baubles with lights underneath. Match them to your bedside table or headboard, for a funky way to light a room.
Tiffanie Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 08:28:38. 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!
Genivee Martineau Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 08:29:01. 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.
Maiolaine Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 08:29:10. While concrete may not be the first thought that comes to mind for a traditionally warm and cozy bedroom environment, this material is far more aesthetically flexible than many would imagine. And the 30 bedrooms highlighted in this post are a great example! Ranging from minimalist to industrial, ultra-modern to eclectic, each of these bedrooms express a completely different personality through concrete. Have you been thinking about adding a bedroom accent wall or renovating for a more modern look? Check out these images for unique finishes and configurations to pull of the look.
Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 08:28:30. Make your bedroom a place for play with abstract decals and furniture. A wall of grey exposed brick leads to the rest of the interior, providing a muted and edgy backdrop. Exposed brick doesn’t have to be red. This white and grey bedroom uses textured white brick to line its wall. Concrete floors, bold typography prints, black bedroom pendant lighting and a navy duvet mark out focal points.
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