This Zen-inspired bedroom, designed by International Custom Designs, uses motifs from nature and a peaceful color scheme to create a relaxing and soothing room for sleep and meditation. Soft, neutral color is a common theme throughout Asian décor, although you’ll sometimes find shots of red, yellow or black used as accents.Author: Kimberly Sayers Bartosch.
Since the bedroom is a place to rest, relax and rejuvenate, it makes plenty of sense to usher in this therapeutic ambiance in a modern, minimal manner. If you are looking for a bedroom that is both sleek and sustainable, then it is best to stick to Japanese-inspired decor, which is far more nature-centric than any other Asian design style.Author: Sherry Nothingam.
Red can be used to create a focal point or accent wall in your bedroom to add the illusion of space or foreshortening, which makes an odd-sized room appear proportionate. Wallpaper is a great alternative for an accent wall; such as this traditional bedroom designed by Vahallan Papers, which uses two types of custom patterned wallpaper—Cathedral and Burlington— arranged in a unique design.Author: Kimberly Sayers Bartosch.
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