Bedroom / May 11, 2018 / Leah Venegas.
“Team a gang of wild and shapely plants en masse (e.g Boston fern, kentia palm plus varieties of hoya) to create a ‘boho’ or ‘maximalist’ vibe, or for a more pared-back ‘minimalistic’ look, focus on one or two large plants that have dramatic effect (e.g monstera deliciosa or spath sensation).”
When it comes to adding a touch of vivacious energy and romance to a room, few colours can hold a candle to red. This striking hue is one of the best tones to highlight an architectural feature, give more prominence to a space filled with boring neutrals, and just ensure a more vibrant style overall.
Most of the time, staying in a fancy hotel isn’t about the delicious food or the beautiful views from the window/balcony – it’s about the bedroom. That crisp, freshly laundered, clutter-free bedroom that immediately relaxes one upon entering.
However, not many people dare to add this brilliant colour to their bedrooms, as they’re too scared that it might overwhelm the space. And if there’s one space in the house that needn’t be overwhelmed, it’s the bedroom, since its main purpose is to calm and relax us.