Modern trends. Special touches. We’re almost there! Before I wrap up today’s post I must call attention to the obvious fact that the bedroom must be a place of comfort. It must beckon you at the end of each day lulling you into a peaceful sleep. And there’s no better way to induce a deep slumber than with . This Stepped Stripe Duvet Cover + Shams set from West Elm looks like it has the power to get the job done!
Modern designers have found unique ways to add metallic magic to industrial-style bedrooms where the ‘exposed pipes and ducts’ approach does not work. Oxidized copper panels or stylish metallic tiles with ornate patterns have been used to shape the accent wall of the room.
We end with a space that’s as colorful as it is tropical. It’s the master bedroom of designer John Barman. This Miami Beach sleeping space features an array of unexpected details in vivid tones. is the perfect modern counterpart to and
The size of your bedroom plays an important role in choosing the direction you take. As a famous designer once said Small bedrooms benefit from the dark moody look but because we think it is healthier to have a more cheerful bedroom we suggest the trendy chic industrial style.
Exposed pipes ducts and metallic surfaces make up an essential part of the industrial style and this is no different in the case of the bedroom. In the case of the kitchen or the dining area incorporating metallic decor and accessories is far easier and also seems a lot more natural.
The space can be as trendy as ever but if it doesn’t feel decadent I don’t want to crash there at the end of the day. What makes a room special? Honestly it depends on the tastes and preferences of the person who resides there. For me there’s got to be a . Even if there’s not an ocean view right outside the window I like to feel that the room is a true getaway!