Textiles contain covers, rugs, pillows, cushions, curtains, blankets, sheets, curtains and canopies. All this should be blue, lemon, raspberry, chocolate, cinnamon, ocher, green and turquoise. They are embroidered with silk, gold and silver threads, decorated with sequins and mirror inserts.
As for the colors, pink is most common for boudoirs but you can use any other. Jewel tones will make the room look extra dramatic while powdery and natural colors will tone down the opulence. Boudoir rooms often have ornate moldings on the walls but you can achieve a great look with ornate wallpaper instead.
Minimalists and opponents of excesses could abandon such idea if it carried purely decorative function. But it is not only decorative solution. A stool, a dresser, an ottoman, or any other piece of furniture can become an indispensable element of the storage. And if you place there an easy console table, it may even replace a home office for those, who work at home. So what is the better way to complement this bedside zone?
Wallpaper is luxurious but a baroque-inspired pattern will add a bit more detail to your decor and will surely bring baroque style to the room. Choose the plant pattern baroque style is famous for and go for minimalist furniture or if you want a more dramatic effect opt for the bed in similar style.
End bench is a great way to add a surprising element, a twist to your bedroom. You can opt for a luxury tufted end bench or you can go for a printed one. You can also choose one in a different style like art deco or vintage.
If you like the quaintness and charm of the wildlife, a big picture or a pattern could become the source of inspiration. It is better to give preference to the man-made decoration, but these decorations can be expensive. An acceptable alternative can be reproductions and copies of paintings, drawings, and all that raises your spirits at the mere sight.