Whether you are thinking about tucking in with your honey or decent read, Valentine’s Day is the perfect time of year to bring just a tiny zazazu to your own bedroom. After all, it’s cold outside, it’s still getting dark ancient and also the most important individual that the room needs to look inviting for is you. So take a cautious look, clear a little mess, include a few flowers and look at this list for a few more suggestions to help your refuge look its best.
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Martha O’Hara Interiors
Use controlled pops of colour. A clean, mild space is relaxed, and pops of pink through the plaid vase and throw full of blooms add that additional Valentine’s touch.
Camilla Molders Design
Get the lighting right. Dimmable lights help establish a mood for love, or simply relaxing.
J. Hirsch Interior Design
Make the most of textiles. Soft touches like luxury bedding, throw rugs, drapes and upholstery create an inviting boudoir.
Sealy Design Inc..
Go symmetrical and dark. Of course, not everything needs to be pastel and fluffy. A darker more room gives a sexy vibe.
Make the most of an accent wall. Woodsy wallpaper adds a romantic vibe to the minimalist room.
Make the most of your views. The windows in this room give it a lofty treehouse feel. This chamber also incorporates a boatload of textures in a contemporary manner.
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Light a flame. A comfy fireplace warms a room in more ways than one.
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Turn up the volume, just a two or three. This room is beautifully and thoughtfully appointed, yet something about the pop of bold colour from the bedding and also that modern ring chandelier give it just the right bit of saucy shagadelic-ness.
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