Bedroom decorating ideas should replicate a sense of peace and tranquility, allure and charm. Bedrooms should mirror the personality of the bedroom's occupant, creating a haven for retreat where the occupier can unwind and de-stress at the end of the day. There are as many bedroom decorating ideas as there are people's personalities - and that is only to the good.
To some people a bedroom that reflects warmth and which creates a sense of rustic charm is essential when planning their personal haven. To others, high-tech is the order of the day. Others - and I include adults here as well - like to express their humorous side, with a bedroom that reflects such a predilection. You may enter a bedroom and be ensconced in a butterfly world or one where flowers abound.
Where the warmth of honey is to be expressed, go for the warmer hues and don't be afraid of mixing unlikely colors. As an example of bedroom decorating ideas that work, a bedroom was recently decorated which had, as its only non-negotiable feature, a bright, cherry-red blind which was a very expensive, made-to-measure blind manufactured to fit only that window. Rather than discard a perfectly good blind, this bedroom was decorated around this feature.
A wall directly opposite the window was chosen to be an accent wall, against which the head of the bed would be placed. This wall was painted a deep, rich fuchsia colour - like a very dark plum. The other three walls now needed to provide the light and bring out the warmth of the fuchsia. For these three walls a lilac-pink was chosen which, in itself, was not classed as a true pastel. It was a colour in its own right, a definite shade of pink with a distinct hint of lilac.
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