Color introduces character, quality, and ambiance to any area and the bedroom is no exception. Inculcate your bedroom with fresh color to give it a décor boost. Below are 22 bedroom color schemes that will sooth, uplift, and give your bedroom added style. 1. Chocolate, gray, teal bedroom color scheme Dark colors won’t necessarily make a room smaller. This color scheme creates a dark, moody, sensual ambiance. You can find this beautiful Comforter Set here. 2. Mustard, black, cream and gray This unique color scheme can be used in a number of combinations. For example, one bedroom wall can include all four hues in stripes or huge circles. 3. Navy with coral These two colors balance out each other and will give your bedroom a chic, stylish tone. 4. Gray with white This classic combo would look great in stripes on one wall or throughout the room. 5. Gray, cream and purple The most versatile shade in this group is purple. Purple can be lavender, plum, mauve, or lilac. 6. Gray, white, an
Located in the West Loop neighborhood of Chicago, this building once housed the National Biscuit Company, now known as “Nabisco”. This loft style condo unit designed by Besch Design, is located on the upper floor and is a multi-level unit. One of the main features is the kitchen, which is located in one of the old ovens used for baking. The steel parts for the oven doors are still embedded into the exposed brick. The master bedroom has an opening that overlooks into the living spaces on the first floor. Reclaimed barn wood was used on an accent wall that is has become a feature in the unit and is used to display some of the Owners guitars from his collection. The post The National Biscuit Company (OREO) Building Turned Into A Modern Loft appeared first on Decoholic.
Hupomone Ranch by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop architects, is an original 160-acre homestead located in the Chileno Valley, just three miles west of downtown Petaluma. The ranch had been fallow for over 30 years and the owners, a young family with three children, wanted to build a barn house that would reflect their commitment to sustainable farming, draw on the natural serenity of the site and build on the sense of place in western Petaluma where farming and ranching are still a part of people’s daily lives. The site has a wonderful balanced quality to it, and the simple grounded form of the barn is sited to compliment this setting and capture the long views to the coastal range beyond. Set into the more opaque north side, the entry provides shelter tucked under the loft above and frames a view through the house to the meadow beyond. The light-filled living area opens up to the long view south and gathers the bedrooms and kitchen to either side. The kitchen has slide away windows th
This penthouse apartment designed by Foley Fiore, is hidden beneath the curved copper mansard roof of a Manhattan landmark building. It was artfully created by the former owner out of storage rooms, a one bedroom apartment, and unused space in the building’s decorative turret. The goals for this renovation were to provide ample communal living spaces with private retreats for a young family with two teenage children; to maximize the views to Central Park and the interior garden; to create a great working kitchen with a connection to the living spaces; and to shake the eighties feeling out of the design. The unique steel structure supporting the mansard roof was exposed to create a loft-like feeling. Working with metal fabricator Jake Ducharme, Foley Fiore Architecture designed a sculptural curved zinc wall which houses a dining banquette; a zinc kitchen bar; and hanging steel benches at the park-facing windows. Large scale metal sliding doors provide a gateway to the garden beyond
Weary (and wary) of glossy showroom-type interiors, Anthony Seah wanted a home that reflects a more down-to-earth way of living; one that finds its roots in organic textures and raw finishes. When he and his family decided to renovate their three- plus-one bedroom apartment at Poh Heng Court, the best firm for the job seemed to be Three-D Conceptwerke, considering its penchant for interiors that eschew the overdone and overdesigned.
A beautiful apartment in Paris, designed by double g. This parisian apartment despite its small size it will steal your heart. I love the mix of styles and this home has it all. Successful combination of materials and styles. Modern, vintage and contemporary in absolute harmony between them and the result fascinates. I love the contrast that make the old dark wooden beams with white ceilings. The post Modern Vintage And Contemporary In Absolute Harmony appeared first on Decoholic.
The entryway to your home is your chance to make a lasting first impression. Regardless of how you use it, your entryway should reflect the everyday life of all the people who live in your home. Whether it is contemporary, transitional, eclectic, traditional, art deco, or whatever suits your needs, the entryway is the gateway to set the mood and overall energy of your home. The key is styling your entryway well. Because the foyer is what visitors to your home will see first, make certain the furniture, paint color, and other décor that you select, send the right message. Here are 10 ways to make your entryway a winner! 10 GREAT ENTRYWAY IDEAS 1. Entryways are usually high traffic areas, choose furniture with organizational solutions built in to store things you need handy on your way in and out the door. Image: Ana White 2. How about including seating in your entryway for putting or taking off shoes and other uses? Image: Midwest Living 3. Lighting in the entryway is important. Be su
This edgy luxury apartment situated in the heart of Berlin, spotted on SUITE.030, is available for sale for 648 €/Day. The spacious living room and three bedrooms are equipped with statement furniture pieces and signature interior design. The combination of black and wood really works well in interiors. By bringing in warm wood tones of any shade or sort, you balance all that black out. You prevent it from becoming too dark and cold, too monotone. The post Edgy Luxury Apartment In Berlin appeared first on Decoholic.
Two-bedroom apartment by int2, with high ceilings in the center of St. Petersburg, Russia, is located in the late 19th century s building. The main wish of owners could get a bright space with preservation of 4 separate rooms: a bedroom, nursery, living room and kitchen. The house is characterized by the simplicity of the interior and Scandinavian style. High ceilings, white walls and floors, large windows and tall doors make this apartment is visually more spacious, and geometric patterns, bright accessories and colorful decor elements give it a freshen. The post Scandinavian Style Interior In Russia appeared first on Decoholic.
Tadelakt is becoming increasingly popular around the world. Experts who watch home trends believe that Tadelakt will become the latest development for bathroom design and probably living rooms as well. It’s no surprise due to the many properties Tadelakt holds. For example, it is a natural and ecological product that produces a luxurious and decorative wall finish. Moreover, its waterproof seamless and rather mildly marbled appearance makes it ideal for bathrooms. Tadelakt is formed from lime distinct to the Marrakech constituency of Morocco. The word Tadelakt means “to stroke.” This caressing of the material is what results in its interesting finish. However, it is not an exact, standardized finish. Hued with natural pigmentations it is possible to coordinate and interchange any color combination. TADELAKT FINISHES Tadelakt produces a finish with plenty of depth, a mild glimmer, and a natural color variant depending on how the material is applied and refined. The plaster can be