Bedroom / March 6, 2018 / Celine Guajardo.
Red is a great choice for an accent wall, and not only for the bedroom. Think about how many living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms, etc. you’ve seen where a singular red wall becomes the main focal feature.
As a lot of homeowners are picking an all-white or grey backdrop for the bedroom, red is a wonderful way of invigorating this setting in an instant. Most often, it is the wall behind the bed that is splashed with a focal colour. What’s more, a red accent bedroom wall becomes even more striking if the rest of the space is as minimal as possible.
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.
With this cleverly selected black felted wool rug, “the effect is twofold – blanketing the floors with a deep colour palette creates drama and space.”