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.
The last few years have seen a steady increase in the desire of homeowners to move away from cookie-cutter design and glossy contemporary interiors towards a more unassuming stripped-down style.
Adapting a Scandinavian style is not just about aesthetics alone and it also gives an ergonomic advantage for those with a small bedroom. If you are short on space the inherent simplicity of the Nordic style its use of a neutral color palette with white being the predominant color and the shunning of unnecessary accessories and decor are indeed big advantages!
Any parent will tell you that one of the hardest things in the world to do is to shop for your kids. And decorating a child’s bedroom takes this insanity to an entirely new level.
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.
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.
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.