Frida Bobrova. Bedroom. November 28th , 2017.
Exposed brick doesn’t have to be red. This white and grey bedroom uses textured white brick to line its wall. Concrete floors, bold typography prints, black drop lighting and a navy duvet mark out focal points.
This room makes use of light wooden slats with an interwoven pattern. This achieved by a lighter pattern, so that the darker wood and pattern stands out. In this room the slats adorn only the top half of the wall, a contrast to the pristine white walls.
In this bedroom, the dark grey slats work together with the engaging grey and white photographs to create a unique and lovely focal point. These dark slats are contrast to the white walls of the rest of the room and match the bed. The two mirrors add depth to the room. While the light fixtures are an exquisite addition to the dignified atmosphere of the room.
There’s no need to keep your wood in one colour. This alternating headboard turns wood dark and turquoise, as monochrome elements drop below and beside. Bring the outdoors indoor, with a block-panelled wall backgrounding a tree. This bedroom, complete with an inside wooden deck, creates a wooden aura of mystery and light.
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