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).
Platform beds are also known as cabin beds. They are a more modern version of the traditional bed and features several key elements. One of them is the structure of the bed itself. It consists of a solid horizontal frame, usually of a rectangular shape, often with a section that features flexible wooden slats that are designed to support the mattress. This provides a flexible support for the mattress as well as ventilation, eliminating the need of any other supportive structure.
A calming and neutral colour palette is what makes this exotic theme work. While there are multiple colours at play here, they are all muted in tone and blend together to create one cohesive scheme. The cream cowhides and rustic linen bedding bring natural elements into the mix, lending the room warmth and preventing it from feeling one-note.
The highlight of this room is the stenciled accent wall behind the bed. The bright persimmon-and-white duvet is grounded with a soft blue coverlet. The squared-off headboard’s casual slipcover, made with a soft blue linen, can be removed and tossed in the laundry.
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