By Johanne Pierrick. Bedroom. Published at Sunday, January 28th, 2018 - 05:55:48 AM.
Bedrooms are the perfect setting for many things: While most experts recommend that you use them as sleeping chambers only, they have quickly become a venue for socializing (as anyone who has ever checked their Instagram feed in bed can tell you), a quiet place to get some work done (hence the proliferation of desks in a once-forbidden zone), or a sanctuary in which to escape the bustle of the outside world (preferably in a comfy armchair, good book in hand).
When you have a small room, it becomes a necessity to utilize every inch of space that is available, in the most compact manner. Like you can see in this picture, the space for keeping a study table has been saved, and a study table has been created in the wardrobe space on the wall. The space above the table has been designed to be utilized for storage and the chair is just big enough to fit inside the leg space when not in use.
Green design doesn't have to mean mod and sleek. Start by using low-VOC (volatile organic compounds) paint on the walls. The four-poster bed is crafted from rattan, a fast-growing, sustainable product. It can be grown in natural forests without disturbing the existing structure and balance.
For a touch of drama, this homeowner added black in various fabrics as well as in the plates and frames on the walls. Bold chevron stripes on the pillows mixed with a classic duvet pattern brings contemporary elements to the mix.
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