It is not all pink in the world of pastels and charming lights shades of blue are next on the list of hues that homeowners love. A blue bedroom feels far more gender-neutral (though it could be simply because of the way society has programmed us for years) and blue as a color is better at calming nerves and inducing sleep than pink.
If you are short on space try the floating nightstand. The circular and small bedside table with multiple shelves is also a great space-saver. Pick those with a distressed finish or upcycled look for a more curated bedroom.
This is a collection for those who love modernity simplicity and a touch of minimalist vibe without sacrificing modularity and design flexibility. You can mix and match different furniture pieces in the collection to create multiple compositions each equally unique and efficient.
Even with the cold grip of winter has relented and colors of early spring filling your life with plenty of cheerful zest there is still plenty of room for rustic elements in your life.
The pastel revolution has been around for a while and if you wish to try out styles like shabby chic Scandinavian eclectic or even just ‘contemporary with a summery touch’ then pastels are perfect for you.
We already talked about modern bedrooms getting their quota of rustic goodness with a reclaimed wood accent wall. You can take this a step further by expanding the use of wood to other walls of the room as well.