Published at Monday, 15 May 2017 by Aiglentina Gross in Bedroom, with total 40 photographs.
Contributor Katia Palm also her husband made this fantastic headboard for the bedroom in their old Harlem apartment. The nightstand, on the other hand, is the easiest "DIY" of all: It's simply a suitcase perched on top of a small stool! Get full instructions for making the headboard at Killy's blog, the Studiolo.
Keep opulence subtle – Romance does not have to mean fuss, but a little detailing can add warmth to a sleek room. Designed in a palette of champagne shades, this bedroom features a floor–to–ceiling headboard for an opulent mood. Stylish seating offers the space a hotel suite texture, perfect for an afternoon escape. Those with a brown, cream or white bedroom are much probably the workaholics who carry their work to bed with them at least twelve times per month. Shop workers are much probability to have these colors in their bedrooms.
The stylish French style of this bedroom is the perfect backdrop for this modern piece, which updates the décor while combining in seamlessly thanks to a typical typewriter font plus a romantic sentiment. (seletti produces single neon letters with numbers plus other typography lighting.). Another fantasy kids' bedroom but with a clean, modern look also some real staying power. Even an adult could be cheerful sleeping under this tree. Floor–to–ceiling curtains in a soft latte color accentuate the bedroom's high ceilings. Crisp white bedspread is a soothing backdrop for a contrasting black pendant lamp or bulb.
Offer a blah boxy apartment bedroom some personality. In this home, designer Dayka Robinson colored the headboard wall black, then append a mix of patterns to uplift the room. There is a slightly virile, boutique hotel texture to the master bedroom. 'The owner loves grey, but we worked in plenty of mirrors with silvery also metalic tones, too, to give it a more glamorous feel,' says Katia.
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