Monday, October 22, 2018

Wall art, filling the bedroom gap

As a perfectionist, I found a place that tested me -- a large blank space above the bed.
The more common method is usually, will the metope leave white, or use the printed matter that we keep, BUT, as a common person, how should do it?
As evidenced by the style-focused space mentioned above, even the most mundane or anticipated elements can instantly change your room

A Art gallery wall
Designing a gallery wall can be a pretty scary process.Is there any easy way to fix it?Discard the art and select a grid display frame instead.We got some important inspiration from this Paris apartment, demonstrating that something

simple, like pairing a bunch of antique frames with inviting wall paint, can really go a long way down the fashion road.
Line up empty Spaces with a set of shelves above the cot to display your favorite titles.It will encourage you to read and add color to the space.
A hammock
Incorporating textures into the design is an important part of creating dynamic finishes when using a pure white decor scheme.In Maryam Nassir Zadeh's east village apartment, a woven hammock on a journey to tulum decorates the walls,

contributing to the understated aesthetic of the room.
A wreath
Whether seasonal or non-seasonal, a fragrant wreath can work wonders for the bedroom, especially if you choose one made of eucalyptus.
Supersize art
Introduce an oversize frame with a span close to your headboard.In this cozy corner of a restored Upstate farmhouse by designer Keren Craig, there's an example of something quite beautiful, a violet Suzani blanket.
The carpet
Hang a colorful rug to offset a minimalist solution that has no added decorative details.Here, a vibrant boucherouite carpet in the Austin home of Alyson Fox doubles as a textured pattern.

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