It is almost like a blank canvas that is waiting to be filled with personality and distinct identity. Color is a great way of doing this but make sure that you do not go overboard in this regard.
The barn-style door is pretty easy to identify thanks to its use of heavy and often reclaimed wood. Even though there are modern variants that replace wood with glass steel and other materials we still prefer the classic and believe it is the best of the lot.
While green and blue are traditionally the two colors that work best in tropical bedrooms vibrant shades of orange and pink also blend in beautifully with this rich decorating style.
Spotted at the 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show Milano Smart Living’s flip-down bunk beds double as artwork for children’s rooms. The large-scale murals that disguise the beds when they’re not in use can be customized to suit your tastes.
The Company Store’s luxurious 180-thread count organic shams duvet covers and sheets place just as much emphasis on comfort as they do on the quality of the organic cotton percale they’re made of. In addition to meeting Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) they’re available in a bevy of soothing prints.
But the sliding barn door is not just about its looks alone. In fact it brings as much in terms of functionality by cutting down on wastage of space that a normal door might cause.
Reclaimed wood is often the popular choice in the case of lovely bedroom barn doors as it is eco-friendly easier on the wallet and brings an ‘aged elegance’ to the room instantly.
When it comes to Scandinavian bedrooms it is always curated pops of color that work best. With blue currently being the hottest hue in Scandinavian homes this is a smart way forward. Once the accent hue has run its course you can switch it out for another seasonal hotshot.