Beautiful White Bedroom Design
Metal beds are fabulously versatile when it comes to bedroom styling. They’re available in an array of contemporary and traditional designs, multiple colour choices and finishing options. Whereas wood is just wood. It can’t be bended or moulded into unique, ornate forms. Here are 4 bedroom designs, to inspire anyone in the process of a bedroom makeover and to help buyers choose from the multitude of metal beds on offer.
Choose metal beds with sleek, clean lines, either a plain minimalistic design or a bold statement piece. It’s better to select achromatic shades such as pure white, silver, grey, jet black or anthracite grey bed frames. Go for a monochromatic colour scheme to keep it simple. Add accents in a vibrant, dynamic shade such as lime, aquamarine or cerise pink. Incorporate white to make the room feel lighter and calmer. Accessorise with a feature piece for the wall such as a piece of abstract artwork or a large trendy mirror, invest in some futuristic looking beside lamps or a designer chair for the corner. Don’t over-do it though, or else it’ll look too cluttered.
Delicate, flowing framework will help create a romantic space, choose metal beds with curves, curls and twists. Perhaps, splash out on a canopy bed from which you can hang floaty drapes. For colour, choose pure white or cream framework. When you decorate, all-out pure white will create a heavenly feel. If you’re worried it’ll look too stark, a mix in cream to warm the space. Alternatively, pick one pastel shade and work with that. Sky blue is a good choice, as is lilac or mint green, pink will be a little OTT. For romantic decorative pieces use fresh flowers and scented candles and a misty, dusky landscape or an intricately designed mirror will look great on the wall.
Choose a traditional, classic design with an elegant pattern. This style will work best with natural coloured framework, so choose jet black or anthracite grey metal beds. For a more antique feel, go for a patina finish on the metal-work in bronze, gold or green. White or cream walls work well and will show off your metal beds framework nicely. Use a tonal scheme of warm, neutral shades for soft furnishings and a hint of stronger earthy tones such as terracotta or evergreen. Natural looking materials and textures work best in a rustic room such as wrought iron, bamboo or rattan, depending on the theme. Rustic styles tend to be basic and unembellished so don’t over-accessorise.
A bold, statement design, reflecting opulence and extravagance will work best to create luxury boudoir. Create even more drama with gold or bronze coloured framed metal beds. Choose a palate of shades that symbolise luxury, metallics are an obvious choice. Alternatively go for a simple scheme that incorporates a majestic looking shade such as royal blue or rich red. The key to a luxury style bedroom is a mixture of sumptuous textures and fabrics such as satin, silk, or velvet. Look for a luxurious rug, satin scatter cushions and shimmery chiffon curtains. An elaborate chandelier or ornate mirror will add to the effect.