This has resulted in a phenomenal increase in home renovation projects that pay homage to their simpler past adaptive reuse of structures and materials in the most brilliant fashion and a partial revival of styles such as industrial rustic and farmhouse. It is this movement towards the simple that has led to many designers using the classic in modern bedrooms.
Even the most minimal of modern bedrooms will benefit from the sheer warmth and contrast that the barn door offers. Acting as a cool transition between the master bedroom and the bathroom the barn-style door easily stands out thanks to its uniqueness and the neutral backdrops that most modern bedrooms use.
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.
Many people picture hempy colors and bland textures when they think of organic cotton but Pottery Barn’s selection of organic bedding in designer patterns is proof that this couldn’t be further from the truth! In fact we gravitated towards their breezy palm and nautical navy rope designs before we even noticed that they were made of Oeko-Tex® certified organic cotton.
Today we take a look at that vary from the chic to the classic and yet each one seems equally captivating in its own unique way. With summer and fall ahead the style is also perfect for those looking to give their bedrooms a cheerful breezy and stylish look that can be easily morphed into a cozy winter feel with a few simple changes down the line.
As taxing as the whole experience can be at the end of the day an expression of joy on their faces is all it takes for us to feel that the entire topsy-turvy ride was worth it all!
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.
While white needs no introduction in Scandinavian-style interiors do not underestimate the importance of black and gray in the overall scheme of things. Black anchors the room helps define and highlight the architectural features of your choice and offers the ideal visual balance.