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.
If you’re happy with your existing bedding and just want to accent it with a few throw pillows Live Good’s 100% Certified organic line is a great option that also supports California artisans and local agriculture. Plus you can feel good knowing that all of their goods are devoid of pesticides synthetic fertilizers and irradiation.
Resource Furniture’s La Literal system provides the convenience of murphy beds with a modern minimalist look. The sturdy wood and metal construction allows you to open both beds or just one bed at a time depending on what the situation calls for.
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 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.
Casa Kids’ Double Tuck Compact Bunk Beds are named for the fact that they tuck into a small 13 3/4″ deep cabinet when they’re not in use. Even the ladders fold up along with the beds!
In fact minimalism is an inherent feature of this style making it absolutely perfect for contemporary homes that love to veer towards the minimal. But over time creative designers and homeowners have cleverly combined other styles with the Nordic approach to decorating to create a multitude of styles that brings a distinct personality to each setting.
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.