Annette Clavette Bedroom, December 03rd , 2017. Three plywood panels make this light bedroom different. Each showcasing a definitive bedroom area, the left panel holds the TV, the right the bed, and the centre a working desk. Create a wooden panel that is more than just a headboard. This lightly-patterned design holds everyday necessities within an LED-lit, easy-to-reach inlet.
Delit Desaulniers Interior, December 02nd , 2017. You don’t have to incorporate every shade of the monochromatic rainbow. It’s possible to focus on creating an ultra-clean white space or to experiment with various hues of gray. Just mix up the space with a few different prints and patterns to keep the room from seeming too one-note.
Amorette Rancourt Interior, December 02nd , 2017. The key lies in how you incorporate trends into your space. Limit en vogue items to the cheaper and more replaceable aspects of the space — think throw pillows or lighting. That way, if styles change a few years down the road, you’ll be able to easily swap those elements out for more current styles without a huge cost. Not exactly the case if you splurge on a green velvet sofa that you can’t bear the sight of in a few years.
Annette Clavette Interior, December 02nd , 2017. It‘s also important to remember that when it comes to trends, less is more. An entire room that it filled with today‘s stylish items will undoubtedly be tiring to the eye. Choose one or two trendy items that you can use as statement pieces. Then, balance the rest of the room out with neutral pieces.
Brigitte Dupuis Bedroom, December 03rd , 2017. The main focus of this room are the dark wooden panels and framed picture, but the lighter wooden slats complement the panels and prevent the ceiling from being too bright and distracting from the focus point.
Brigitte Dupuis Furniture, December 02nd , 2017. The Atocha magazine rack is casual enough to integrate well in modern and contemporary lounge areas but also elegant enough to look good in formal environments. It has an X-shaped wooden frame that holds a leather sling. The size makes it suitable for the storage of magazines although you could also use it t hold books if you want.
Byron Guibord Furniture, December 02nd , 2017. Modern wicker was initially developed as a basket weaving technique. In time, it evolved into furniture. By the 17th century, in Northern Europe, wicker looked a lot like it does today. The trend soon spread all over the world and became as popular and as common as it is today. Then, in the mid 19th century it reached the United States where it was quickly industrialized and mass-produced.
Amorette Rancourt Bedroom, December 03rd , 2017. Complement your wooden furniture with a feature wall of nooks and crannies. This LED-lit wall combines dark and light wood in one focal artpiece. A minimalist look works well with this chequered wall. Outlined and lit up by LEDs, its texture works with, not against, the room’s block elements.
Delit Desaulniers Bedroom, December 03rd , 2017. The hipster would love this bedroom centred around distressed white brick. Paired with a ladder leading to a deconstructed wardrobe, its canvas chandelier marks a sleeping space beside a deerhide and record collection.
Byron Guibord Bedroom, December 03rd , 2017. Pops of purple and blue rise against this feature wall. Clad in charcoal with lighter brown dripping through, it creates a cosy yet artistic feel amidst simple wooden shelving and wicker cane.
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