The room we have here is luxurious but is also brought to life with the little spice that is the pink throw over the bed. The framed mirrors and the pictures on the left side of the photo add a lovely personal touch to this bedroom and make it look all the more attainable in the process.
The design for this room has a beautiful, wooden floor and rug combination with the large, comfortable bed in the centre being accompanied by the two windows either side, allowing natural light to reflect from the stylish grey and white color combo. I love the mirror to the left that has a light beaming from the top.
Your teenage kid will be quite the trendsetter with this style, with the contemporary metal work throughout the room again giving this a warehouse feel, while still looking a little neater and tidy than steampunk style.
Giving off the feel of an old English classroom, this next piece of work centres mainly around the solid wood floor and wooden accessories while the grey back-wall plays backdrop to a stylish, if unusual combo. What I like about the furniture is the legs they’re held by; metal piping that give the whole ensemble a faux-upcycling feel to it. Big fan.
Orange is another theme here, where the bed and the bookshelves take centre stage to inject this otherwise grey room with some much-needed jazz. The space in this room is great, while the beautifully light wooden flooring provides another color to break up the dark backdrop.
What I love about this room is the kick it gives you when you first take a look. There many storage areas in this room are emphasised by the larger areas having a yellow backdrop, which is also complimented by the yellow bed. Just think how much this brightly coloured room would affect your mood once you woke up in the morning for work – you would practically be jumping for joy before 9am.