Is there a fantastic way of designing a bedroom? If a lot of people hire designers or decorators, to work on their home interiors, we recommend you use your own creative ideas. As a result, it’s what you want. Usually, design ideas come from unique patterns. Try to apply it in your bedroom. There are various elements to come up with a nice design and pattern. Have you seen the space with the pattern element in it?
You can see patterns on the fabric printed on the curtains, bed sets and pillows. It can also be seen as wallpaper too. But you can also use it for floor tiles, even wall accents. One of the patterns you can use for your home is a herringbone pattern. It is commonly used for hardwood floors and wall accents. It is not impossible to apply to the house. Here’s what it’s coming from.
Attic Bedroom Private Home Wicklow
The soft wall corners of the triangular walls look good as well as the centralized lamps. With light hardwood floors, the area looks even more stunning.
Got a boring wall? Why not install this space view by using wood. Look at the walls in the bedroom with a rattan pattern, very futuristic.
Atico en Madrid
Apart from the delicate and beautiful white wallpaper, you’ll definitely love the combination of gold, wood, and teal in this bedroom.
The stunning industrial bedroom revamped in Phoenix utilizes a type of hard wood-tone floor that creates a herringbone pattern. The use of brick, white and wood floor for this bedroom is very nice.
Studio Apartment in Warsaw
Isn’t this a good bedroom? The idea of adding a thin white curtain around the bed was brilliant. The white walls and hardwood floors at the herringbone are very beautiful, especially with blue and gold accents.
Although this is just a small bedroom, it has many firm elements in it from a black study table, carpet print area, herringbone floor up to wall decorations!
The prints of the bed set in a contemporary bedroom in Vancouver, Canada is very eye-catching. Another thing that adds to the appeal of this space is the combination of white walls and the medium tone of hardwood flooring.