Bedroom. Thursday , August 10th , 2017 - 18:03:08 PM
They painted the walls over this, in a soothing shade of pink. ‘My husband wasn’t convinced about having the entire room painted pink, but as it’s just a soft blush shade it works well.’ The gently pretty hue was offset with grey and neutral accessories, such as the patterned throws on the bed. ‘They’re actually large oversized scarves – I wear them in winter, but they also look great on the bed! The soft blush hue also works well with stronger design features, such as the original fireplace with its teal and mustard tiling. A mantelpiece display – featuring original prints, a light box and personal treasures – softens the impact, and dominance of the cast-iron fireplace. As far as a stand-in for a wall-hung picture shelf goes, this mantelpiece makes an ideal display space in the rented property.
Consider a coastal vibe, new England beach house style comes into its own in this charming attic bedroom. From the floor-to-ceiling weatherboard to the painted chest of drawers and enticing crisp bed linen and waffle throws, this white scheme offers all-out relaxed beach house vibes. Nautical stripes and mismatched patchwork textiles in a fresh apple green bring character and cheer to the attic space.
Go vintage, turn your room into a pretty post-war pad. Create a romantic vintage look by mixing fabulous furniture finds. Echo an antique rose-upholstered chair with country floral bed linen and continue the period character with exquisite pieces, such as a quilt and vintage mannequin stand. Finish with a display of pretty frames above the bed.