You drink organic coffee in the morning and make sure to fuel your body with pesticide-free produce during the day – but what happens when you lay your head down at night?
Yet because of the wide use of push rugs wooden bedside tables and ample natural ventilation your small bedroom will neither seem sterile nor dreary. There are ways beyond color to give your bedroom visual contrast and turning to a multitude of textures is an added bonus when it concerns Scandinavian style.
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.
Plush cowhide rugs accent walls draped in wood and a hint of shimmering copper in the form of a cool pendant light are all trendy ways that you can decorate your Scandinavian bedroom.
With tropical style you can turn to natural materials such wood and bamboo to create a unique space that reminds your little ones of their recent vacation to that exotic tropical getaway.
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.
Since we are talking about kids’ bedrooms make sure you turn up the color spectrum to create a truly spectacular hangout for your little one. A backdrop in white sandy beige or mellow yellow seems to work every single time and irrespective of the color palette make sure that there is plenty of natural light to really usher in that delightful tropical vibe.
Eileen Fisher is known for her sophisticated eco-fashion line but did you know that she also designs home goods? Her super-soft stone-washed organic coverlets and shams are made in Portugal and act as timeless neutrals for your bedroom with an interesting hint of texture.