Bedroom / May 5, 2018 / Esmeralda Grayson.
Like any other colour, red is available in a multitude of different hues like Candy, Scarlett, Crimson, etc. The connotations of each variation may vary, however. Darker colours, like Maroon or Burgundy, represent an action that is more restrained and sophisticated. Brighter shades, such as Scarlet, imply more energy and less dominance.This versatility of red becomes most practical when it comes to red bedroom ideas.
“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).”
But where we often get stuck is figuring out how to translate that inspiration into reality. To help you create your dream space, we spoke to some experts for their advice on how to style your dream bedroom, starting with one key piece to inspire the rest of the room.
“Greenery in the bedroom is always a good idea, and when used in the right way, has the ability to elevate the design of your space”, says Alana Langan, co-founder of Ivy Muse, who says plants lend themselves to a great range of bedroom design styles.