One of the obvious comforts of this color scheme is the fact that you can hardly ever go wrong with it. It is a hip color combination in bathrooms that has survived centuries and has never been dubbed as ‘out of touch’ with the current trends. Elegant, expressive and at times quirky, here are 45 black and white bathrooms that should inspire you to revamp your own bathroom with ebony and ivory!
The best part about designing kids’ rooms is that you can play with as many colors and shades that you want and experiment with more than just one theme. Add to it the fact that you are not limited in any way by the constraints of the remainder of the home and its existing motif and you obviously have plenty to choose from.
No matter how contemporary the rest of your home looks and even if you have opted for an understated touch of minimalism in all other rooms, your kid’s bathroom plan can and should incorporate a few vivid designs and patterns just to liven up the whole place. A dash of cool blue, a touch of bright and bubbly orange and a bit of red can add freshness to otherwise bland walls that are largely covered in whites and grays.
Ready to host an army? OK, maybe a small army? Bring on the beds! The challenge of fitting several guests into one space can seem daunting, but why not have a little fun along the way? The room below evokes the elegance of a tropical resort. In fact, the decor is so appealing that you almost forget you’re looking at a tight space.
Creating a contemporary and stylish small bedroom is not the hardest task. In essence, it is all about what you can take away and not what you can add to the room. Keeping things simple, uncomplicated and minimal, helps a great deal. Pick themes that vary from semi-minimalism to Scandinavian for rooms that are more pleasing. Avoiding the temptation to add too many layers of color and décor is the key to attaining the perfect look.
Designing a small bedroom is not just about creating interiors that save up on space. It needs to be a combination of style and space consciousness that exudes balance and panache. This requires both proper planning and a touch of ingenuity. Lack of space in the bedroom does not mean you have to give up on either comfort or elegance. Compact bedrooms can appear as lavish and luxurious as any other that is blessed with ample space. In a world where studio apartments and city lofts are becoming more and more common, savvy design seems an absolute must.
Our advice for decorating young girls’ bedrooms is that they need to be practical, yet cozy at the same time. Having a desk is not a bad idea considering that your teenage girl will do homework in her little crib. Also make sure there are plenty of cabinets or shelving systems where she can hang her stuff — there’s a saying that you can never have too much storage space, even if we’re talking about a girls’ room. And lighting is important as well, she’ll need plenty!
Most home owners tend to confuse between spaces that are airy and fresh and ones that are simply large. Size of the room has pretty much nothing to do with the vibe it exudes. Small bedrooms can look airy and pleasing when done right. Lighting and color play pretty much the most important part in it all. Try to keep the color combinations in a compact bedroom to a minimum. If you can work out a color scheme with white as the backdrop and introduce single accent color by using pillows, fabric or décor, then it appears all the more modern and graceful.
Using paint to decorate the kids’ room has plenty of advantages that go beyond the obvious. While the fabulous array of colors and the many hues help in creating a lovely, vibrant setting, the true charm of paint is showcased when you create a change in color scheme. While keeping the walls white and adding colorful decor is attractive, it will not be too long before your kids grow out of the current color phase! Instead, use paint to usher in the color of the season, and you can switch over to a different shade at any time in the future with little fuss.
Start with the biggie s– comfy bedding an a welcoming layout. Bed + nightstand = a great beginning! In fact, for smaller spaces, this may be all you can manage, and it will certainly get the job done! For larger rooms, a dresser, a chair and other small furnishings can be added. In the space below, two chairs and an ottoman help create a comfortable vibe.