Elegant simple and beautiful; the unassuming charm of Scandinavian style draws us all in instantly. The classic Scandinavian design placed functionality above aesthetics and kept color to a bare minimum.
With more and more folks opting to live in cozier urban quarters murphy beds have been increasing in popularity as a way to fit all of the necessities of life into a studio apartment.
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.
The barn door is the perfect way to bring some visual and textural beauty to a bedroom that seems all too monotonous. Irrespective of the theme and style of the room you can use the sliding barn door to introduce a unique pattern by choosing a pattern of wood that has not already been employed in the design of the room.
Swinging palm trees or a lovely mural of life on the beach coupled with the right decor and accessories can easily get the job done. Bedside tables in heavy wood or a whimsical canopy bed enhance this appeal and complete a truly remarkable tropical bedroom.
Coyuchi has made a name for itself as a go-to resource for sheets pillows pillowcases throws towels and duvet covers made of 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton. Although their collections emphasize natural colors and textures they’re anything but boring and incorporate fun touches like coconut shell buttons and diamond-weave accents.
Shades of gray enhance this seemingly monochromatic look and give the posh minimal Scandinavian bedroom a more contemporary and sophisticated aura. Complement this approach by using simple straight lines sleek floating shelves and wardrobes that disappear into the pale background for a dream bedroom!
Have you heard about lamb “down” pillows and comforters as an alternative to fowl feathers which are often harvested in a way that is harmful to ducks and geese? Holy Lamb Organics produces its eco-wool comforters pillows and other bedding in the USA using exclusively organic cotton fabric and domestic wool local to the Pacific Northwest without the use of dyes chemicals or synthetic fillers.