Lyonette Tessier Bedroom October 30, 2017 15:44:00
Love to catch up on a book before you slowly slip away into dreamland? Then Cell is the perfect nightstand for you. Unlike every other design in the collection showcased here the piece’s hollowed cylindrical form turns your book collection into a fabulous display. Beautiful and functional this bedside table also adds smart geometric contrast to a room dominated by clean straight lines. Not to mention you can stack one Cell on top of another to create a more engaging display in the home library!
Finishing off the sensuous six of the nightstand universe is another masterpiece from Tarcisio Colzani. Riga 2 seems more like an intricate work of art than a mere furnishing. An ideal choice for those who wish to bring home a ravishing wooden decor item it looks great in bedrooms that are both modern and traditional. If you are looking for a bedside table to match your rustic bedroom your search ends here.
When it comes to nursery designs and color schemes two colors definitely hold sway. Blue and pink are undoubtedly the most popular and frequently used colors in nurseries and kids’ rooms across the planet. They signify a distinct difference and while some might not believe in the stereotyping of hues there are parents who opt for pink while decorating the girls’ bedroom and blue for the boys’ bedroom. Today we take a look at nurseries that combine one of these two hip hues with the hottest neutral of the decade – gray to create a relaxing and stunning retreat for your little one. It is time for the best pink and gray nurseries around!
Gray and pink allow you to experiment with a wide range of styles and themes but you might struggle with a few like eclectic bohemian or Victorian with this color duo. Since most homeowners do not really opt for such eccentric styles while planning for a nursery this cool pair finds space in most nurseries across the globe. Combining gray and pink with pops of orange coral or even red is a fun alternative that adds another bright color to the room without taking away from the primary color scheme. Remember that it is the décor you choose and the lighting that shape the style of the nursery more than just the color palette.
It is white and blue that traditionally ushers in the magic of sun sand and surf into your bedroom. But go down a different route this summer and replace the white in that equation with far more exciting shades of gray. Apart from giving your nautical or coastal style bedroom a fresh new look replacing white with gray gives you greater decorating freedom and a chance to try out newer shades of blue. In fact you can fill the backdrop with light gray and maybe even a hint of white and use pops of teal turquoise or periwinkle for greater visual impact. From bedding and drapes to a complete bedroom furniture set in blue a gray background lets you switch between hues with ease.
It would be safe to assume that the audacious Glitter nightstand is the younger sibling of the more expansive Queen 2. The two pieces share quite a few similar traits and the only distinguishing factors are the sleek legs that replace the sturdy cabinets of Queen 2. If you are not a fan of the mirrored look there is also a posh leather-covered version of this bedside table.