Everywhere you look you find things are being updated. The best way to start modernizing in your life is to have a modern bedroom. Modern bedroom decor can be relatively simple to do. A few new modern accessory pieces and maybe a touch of color and you can have the bedroom of your dreams. A modern decor can be as drastic or as demure as you like. The colors, accessories and layout will all give the decor that you desire.
Modern bedroom colors are an important aspect when deciding to redo your bedroom. It is the staple that will hold the room together and will be the background for your other bedroom pieces. It is important to remember that bedrooms aren’t meant to be places of serenity and calmness. It is your haven to rest and all stressors should be left outside of its door. Choose a calming color, which will allow you to relax, for the walls. Some people like to have accent colors and if this is what is most suitable to you and your personality, go for it. Black and brown are great colors for a bedroom. These are two of the favorite colors for modern bedroom decor, especially when paired with white, pastel colors or even bold colors. These colors go well with modern furniture as well. You may wish to avoid patterns on your bedding. It may be hard to pair this with other modern bedroom accessories.
Furniture is also important for your decor. Choose furniture with clean lines and also sustainability. If choosing wood furniture, choose very dark wood as it is the most modern and clean looking of all the wood chooses. Lighter wood colors tend to give off more of a country cottage feeling. You can take your modern bedroom decor even further with black wood furniture, especially a platform bed. Although patterns are advised against, you may want to select an accent chair that is patterned. It can give the room a unique appeal, without overdoing it.
Stick to these important rules when looking to modernize your bedroom. Choosing the right modern bedroom décor and modern bedroom furniture will guarantee you a great and newly improved bedroom, that will calm and soothe you after a long day of stressful situations. By learning the basics you can ensure your space is exactly the way you want it and fall in love with your design, while also saving money.
The rustic-modern interior trend is a welcome change from vintage rustic taking a break from the fussiness about aesthetics. Rustic exposed unfinished beams and brick walls with natural wood or stone floors furnished with antique furniture and natural fabrics. That’s a style I enjoy exploring.
Incorporating rustic elements into our homes in a casually sophisticated ways such as using an antique door as a headboard. The key here is the display. Open up the doors so that the two door panels hand on either side of the frame and hang a beautiful iron lantern to complete the design. Simple iron nightstands and a long trunk at the end of the bed with hand woven artisan crafted bed linen. The idea is to be understated. Rustic patina mirrors sit over a long dresser with a contemporary modern chair defines the look.
Salvaged arches make phenomenal floor mirrors mix with plush upholstery, industrial chairs, and lots of vintage white. The reclaimed old door coffee table and fire console give the right amount of texture to an otherwise modernistic room. A bright yellow carved armoire against the white wall gives the pop of color. Rustic furniture mixed with modern functional chairs with clean lines gives the sophisticated edge. Sophisticated design mixes with a rustic white door dining table and leather chairs.
The kitchen is more towards a rustic industrial style with steel framed windows. White paint and granite counters keep the modern edge contrasting with an antique tribal carved Damchia which has been converted into an island making the piece more functional.
Fresh yet worn with the tender love of family get togethers the daybed sits in the corner. Use soft colors in the powder blue and iced violet spectrum and keep the level of distressing on cabinets soft. No curtains on the windows give a feeling of open space
The bathroom vanity is made from old beat up doors sideboard with a granite top and vessel sinks. Pendant lights and plain glass showers with marble tiles wall to wall give the bathroom understated sophisticated modern rustic elegance.
The library has a huge carved antique bone table with white upholstered armchairs and a bench on the other side. Modern bookshelves line the wall which is packed with classics and encyclopedias. The main wall is dedicated to family pictures framed in old carved wood and burnished brass. Nostalgic and vintage yet modern, comfort is the key element in this design.