Committing to red in the bedroom need not be a choice that you’re stuck with despite changing color trends and seasons. Interchangeable accents allow you to bring in red without much effort or fuss.
While the temptation right now might be to opt for a darker shade like charcoal gray because of the snow-filled landscape outside you might find it a touch unappealing in the summer months.
If you’re looking for a daybed that doesn’t scream “I’m a bed!” BoConcept’s fusion sofa is an elegant and discreet choice. Available in several different fabrics and leathers its reconfigurable armrests let you change it into a bed a chaise a sofa or lounge seating as desired.
You may even choose to repaint your existing pieces DIY-style. If you need a little inspiration to get started hit the jump for our gallery of white furniture finds to get the design juices flowing.
Just like choosing the right gray for the bedroom picking the perfect red is an essential component of this look. No matter how small the red accents might be the shade you pick will make a big impact on the style of the room.
One of the best ways to go about this is by turning the attic into a cool kids’ bedroom as the sloped ceiling adds to the rustic style. Apart from ushering in the winter cabin look that you are after wood also adds plenty of textural contrast to the space and gives the bedroom a soothing yet fantastic ambiance.
Luckily a community of resourceful folks across the internet have been proliferating the notion that IKEA pieces are merely building blocks to help you create unique furniture customized for your home. There are some especially useful IKEA hacks for the bedroom – from storage beds to embellished night stands to plush window seats. Read on to see a roundup of our favorites.
Calmer reds with a matte finish are apt for rustic vintage or traditional bedrooms and look lovely when paired with natural wooden textures. Find a compromise between the shades you love and the style you desire for a bedroom that you’re comfortable with.