Published at Tuesday, August 28th 2018. In bedroom. By Massima.
We always wondered how just draping a surface in leather brought such a sense of refinement to it, but it is absolutely true! Covered in leather and combining soft feminine touches with an air of masculinity, Cuff is a bed that does it all. Upholstered with Vintage Aniline leather, it is easy to see the charm of this smart bed and with age, it would seem even more beautiful and thanks to its natural patina. A balanced blend of contemporary minimalism and textural warmth, Cuff is as understated as it is apparent!
Few colors fit in with the vibrant summer theme as pastel hues. Pastels create that perfect balance between color and a soothing relaxing vibe and do so without ever seeming out of place. You will never miss the tranquil serenity of neutral hues and yet pastels still fill the room with brightness and sunny zest. Sure, pastels can feel a touch feminine at times, but there are ways in which they work well in contemporary, traditional and even minimal bedrooms. It is all about visual balance and elegance; something that the bedrooms below have aplenty. Enjoy!
As always, we encourage our readers to use color even in small spaces, but in a judicious and pleasing manner. Color in the tiny bedroom can infuse it with cheerful zest and drive away any sense of boredom. Blue and pink are popular colors in the small bedroom and both the colors in their light and pastel forms can be used to create a beautiful and soothing backdrop. An even background clad in a dark, bold color also works at times, provided the rest of the apartment is as neutral as possible. For those with color commitment issues there is always the idea of clever accents that do all they can to brighten a neutral setting.
There’s nothing that brings elegance to your bedroom like an eye-catching headboard. If you take a DIY approach, you can get a decadent look on a budget. For example, creating a “headboard” by hanging curtains behind a platform bed will add height and interest to your space. You can also use wallpaper to create a faux headboard for your bed, adding just the right amount of drama! Another idea: using a folding partition (shown below). Details at Martha Stewart.
With a fabric-covered headboard and edges that curve backwards ever so slightly, Kenobi is a bed that is subtly different from many others out there. It might not be obvious on first glimpse, but slowly you will start noticing the uniqueness of this Mauro Lipparini design and its white form lets it blend in with any color scheme you have going in the bedroom already. A tailored top-stitching and a custom storage compartment complete this latest bed design from Bonaldo.
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