Bedroom / June 24, 2018 / Celine Guajardo.
Modern design opts for all kinds of reds, from primary Rose hues to classic shades with Burgundy undertones. We recommend injecting a splash of red through a painting or piece of art with your modern bedroom.Traditional design usually shies away from reds and instead goes for darker tones of Burgundy or Merlot. For your traditional-style bedroom, feel free to lay down a beautiful Oriental rug injected with darker reds.
Their latest bedroom series consists of two different lines, the more industrial-style Taiga and classic mid-century modern Culla. The frames are made from wood — where Taiga has metal accents, and Culla has a fine finish. Both feature full, queen, and king frames, as well as matching nightstands and dressers.
The bedroom is your very own personal space, made for dreaming, relaxing, and a little bit of ‘me’ or ‘we’ time.So, of course, it can be an overwhelming task searching for bedroom ideas, or even coming up with your own dream bedroom design.
Associated with energy and passion, red directly impacts our physiological state, since it increases heart rate and makes us breathe faster. But don’t forget that red is also the colour of love and passion (think about how it’s flaunted around Valentine’s Day every year). What’s more, studies suggest that people who wear red are also rated as more attractive by others.