Colours are the most important thing that creates an atmosphere of India, which is geographically distant, but close to the soul. Bedroom in the Indian style is a red color and various shades of terracotta. It is the color of thick juice with pulp from cherry to plum.
Many resorts have natural color schemes and materials so you can go the same route. Wooden beams and canopy can make for an atmosphere of a remote resort far from cold winters and bad weathers. Coastal color schemes can also make for a resort-like feel in your bedroom.
Moroccan accents can be found in prints of draperies, puffs, curtains, bed linen and patterns on the upholstery. There are many ways to add these accents in the design of the room. They always make a strong impression maximum effect and minimum effort. This trend is not for everyone, but it can often be seen in 2014. This simple, natural and rigorous trend operates with rustic motifs in materials and color. Natural accessories create a special atmosphere in country style.
In order to emphasize a sleeping area in the bedroom, many are trying to decorate most effectively the headboard of their bed, while leaving its footboard without proper attention. Why should we draw attention to the footboard decoration? First, the correct execution of the footboard makes the room more comfortable (which, actually, is particularly necessary in the bedroom), and makes its interior more original and complete.
Who wouldn’t like to wake up on a resort every morning? The beautiful interiors of those places are only matched by the natural beauty of environment. But even if your environment is cold and wintery you can still have the atmosphere of holiday in your bedroom. Relaxed feel and beauty of design and decor will help you set off your days in a right mood.
When it comes to creating a boudoir two main things are the luxurious bed and a night table with a pouf. These two classic elements will quickly create that look you are after but if you want more details and the space allows it you can also add an elaborate armchair, a fainting couch, or a dressing divider, which is a classic boudoir decor element.