Colors have an effect on your mood. Traditionally bedroom color ’rules’ have stated that lighter pastels and whites were the order of the day for bedrooms due to their relaxing elements. If you prefer bold colors, however, why not include them in your bedroom design? An idea that can protect against the color scheme dating or going out of fashion too quickly is to select a neutral tone, like a shade of white or pared back timber, for the walls and floor which will easily match with any color of your choice. By keeping the basic elements of the room simple it provides the opportunity to spice the room up with colorful accessories. For example, your linen, sheets, pillowcases and curtains can have red or orange colors in their design to spice up the room.
The curtains in your bedroom will play an essential part in the overall look of the room itself. There are many kinds of curtains to choose from when choosing your bedroom décor. Some styles of bedroom décor are more subtle, with a plain color or simple design and versatile enough to last year round. Other kinds of curtains for the bedroom bring out an especially elegant touch to the room. These are curtains such as silks, velvets etc., the velvet often bearing some sort of design and or texture.
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