Unlike in the case of the kitchen or living area the industrial-style bedroom has an overall look that is far softer and cozier. This is because of bedroom decor that inevitably involves a few cozy textures that visually soften the appearance of the room.
While masculine bedrooms come with rigid straight lines typically stoic hues such as gray black and brown and decor that does away with the unnecessary frills feminine bedrooms take the opposite approach. With soft pastel backdrops rich accent shades floral patterns and plush textures feminine bedrooms personify elegance and a sense of gentleness.
While these colors take away any sense of monotony they also do not seem too overwhelming and ensure that your bedroom remains a serene hub. The decorating style also works well in feminine bedrooms while a dash of pale grey can be used to bring in some refinement. Remember that a feminine bedroom need not be besieged in pink and purple!
There are unexpected elements such as bright pops of color and geometric touches. Not to mention it’s very pulled together yet completely unique. See more of Rafael de Cárdenas’ work in this post.
One of my current favorites: The Hicks Planter in Yellow from Darkroom. This hand painted planter is crafted of formed zinc. In case you’re wondering it also comes in blue and red:
Finding that elusive balance between a beautiful contemporary bedroom and one with a distinct feminine vibe can indeed be difficult. Most contemporary spaces rely on simple straight lines neutral colors and unassuming decor to create a modern appeal.