For the bedroom though exposed pipes and ducts need to be carefully integrated with the look of the remainder of the room to get the right results. Remember that the style demands doing away with any sort of frills that hide the of the room.
Our first set of bedroom retreats features chic city rooms with a view. How do you decorate these dramatic spaces? The boudoir below is filled with –the perfect counterparts to the city lights outside.
Another way to update your bedding? Add a black and white cushion! Why black and white? Because this color combo goes with everything. The black and white cushions below are from Ferm Living and their minimalist patterns can be mixed and matched with other prints:
Texture creates a cozy feel in the boudoir and having that soft texture under foot will entice you out of bed even on the chilliest of mornings. The Souk Wool Rug from West Elm (shown below) showcases one of today’s top designs. Seriously–I’ve seen many a design blogger make this very purchase or one similar! The zigzag pattern is very on-trend and the soft New Zealand wool is hard to resist!
While making your own decor is a budget-friendly way to get creative there are always items that beckon you to take the purchasing plunge especially if the right accessory catches your eye.
I’ve featured this next space in several posts already. Can you tell I’m a big fan?! The photos below are from the bedroom makeover of Design Love Fest blogger Bri Emery. In addition to the vivid use of pink note the in this space. The hot pink bulb lighting comes from Anthropologie (unfortunately the cement base is no longer available) and the sconce by the bed is from Cedar & Moss: