Planning for the 2019 season is undoubtedly a thing of pride but booking an apartment in good company with some real estate can often prove to be a challenge. Of course, there are a number of well placed factors that stake one out and we can’t help to infuse even more interest. A lot of home trends have a lot to do with the mood in a space – from the decor of the bedroom to the accompanying couch and dining area. So delve in and find which look or style you can sink into. We’ve pulled together a list of ten bedroom design ideas that will help to freshen things up this year. Then, we added a few personal favorites as well, each one seeing a different aesthetic in the room. Check them out and see which one fits your home!
We start our collection onfy here, and we can’t help but notice the one feature in contemporary style that features a deep, black accent wall. Marble-topped walls like this also help to emphasize the style of the room as a whole. The white backdrop is always an ideal choice, and here, designers at Tchoban Unexpectedly succeeded in this case. The room has an industrial vibe, and the black and white backdrop is balanced by bits of orange and pink for a lovely positive chi effect.
For those hard-working spirits, these moody shades will bring a hint of happy into your bedroom. Used in moderation, minty green is a great choice for a retro-inspired interior or a bachelor’s bedroom that is classic and yet contemporary. Mint yellow is next to neutral white and is a perfect pastel of brown. The moody shade looks especially great with black and white patterns and prints, like this beige wall design.
Mint green is one of my favorite colors, especially when it’s surrounded by bright neutrals. This retro-style bedroom is a fabulous example of how a neutral shade with enough colorful accent could do the trick!
Peach is a shade that looks amazing in black and white, especially in a sequined bedroom. The monochromatic look is classic and timeless, while the subtle hints of pattern add a fun twist to the room.
Nautical decor may have recently returned due to the popularity of the new trend of heading home. The good news for design aficionados who do not like to put chemicals into everything is this from: take it out the bathroom and spray paint it!
With a little creativity, you can transform any corner as an accent. But this could be in any room, especially if you have limited space. And it aside, taking inspiration from your surroundings can always bring fun to your own bedroom. Check out all the ideas we’ve gathered for bringing retro style to your own corner. Maybe you already have a theme!
After Princess of Wales movie special, kids could now enjoy an accent wall in the circus. Our favorite image captures the retro attitude of these retro boys’ clubs. Our favorite feature here is of course the regal image of a classic circus creature picture. And speaking of movie-esqueness, these candy-filled walls are great for kids who love a good kabobs look.
This regal room with a Queen of Frogs theme, by Daniel Hood, has a specific appeal for its surrounding environment. A muted purple tone, the space is filled with fun and cushy stuffed animal furniture that creates the feeling of a real circus theater. Truly captivating and fascinating!
One of my favorite spaces in New York is the enclosed hallway of this home, where cages and roller blinds are a fashionable way of blocking the private out space. This is one of those spaces that replan the edginess of movie-esque chaos that can be created by adding cages to your walls.