One of the hardest rooms to design is a bedroom for teens as they are just starting to grow out of their childhood. Not only do you have to deal with dramatically changed tastes that often seem like a complete shock to parents but you also have to work in the costs that come attached with the makeover.
If you have dark bedroom walls try lightening them up with . These Waterscape Vases from West Elm are created using a special salt blast technique resulting in the texture of sea glass:
With current design trends such as tropical style and pastels on the rise design statements such as lush greenery and relaxing colors are making their way into the boudoir. Today we spotlight three no-fuss ways to transform your bedroom into a relaxing sanctuary. Read on for handy tips and plenty of inspiration…
Not only do we love CB2 for its wide array of affordable modern furniture we love their selection of organic sheets! Offering sets that include a flat sheet fitted sheet and two king cases CB2 gives customers access to GOTS-certified 100% organic cotton bedding that’s free from pesticides chemicals and preservatives. Colors are in neutral tones with the darkest hue being navy.
In another bedroom from Urban Outfitters we see how less is more when it comes to the comforter pattern as well as the shelving. You don’t have to fill every inch of space to create a beautifully appointed room. In fact ample space (and fewer belongings) can result in a truly serene feel.
Start by establishing a color story for your bedroom. This doesn’t mean the space should put you to sleep but you definitely want to enjoy the color combinations involved. These Varadero Bed Linens from CB2 are a testament to the power of blue-green: