You can create a focal point by making most of how you display your nightstands. For me, I like them perfectly symmetrical. Anchoring a bed with two armoires? Never thought of it but love the impact it gives…
Remember my post on BLACK WALLS? Some people refuse to believe you can create a space that isn’t dark & drab when using a charcoal wall. This color palette is an example. The black wall looks beautiful against the sky blues & silvers & golds of the room…
Putting a wall decal in replace of a lamp is an unexpectant twist. Not to mention the brown, white & orange is a fabulous color scheme. It reminds me of THIS. How do you decorate your nightstands? Do you display pictures, have a pyramid of books?
It all started with…the forecast calling for snow & freezing rain for tomorrow’s rush hour commute. Oh joy. Again, I thank my ancestors ever so kindly for moving waaaaay up north to Milwaukee. >:-/ Anyhoo, because of that, I’ve compiled some beautifully designed interiors that have icy blue hues. It makes me think of a winter wonderland. This pic above is gorgeous. First, the lines of the chaise lounge is something I’ve never seen before & the vases combined with the crystal chandelier & mirrored pieces reminds me of icicles.
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I am really feeling grays now especially walls accented with white crown molding. The combination of light blues & grays has a calming effect.
Can someone please tell me the name of this bedding pattern? I see it often in rugs & I love it. This nightstand is so romantic but inexpensive (depending on the fabric used). Simply take a cheap circular basic table, get glass cut to size or find a place that has premade glass & pick out the fabric you want from a store. Have the fabric puddle to the ground and there you have it…a beautiful nightstand. I especially like when they use mirrors instead of glass as well. I like this room scheme because it has various colors but they all blend so well that it’s a subtle difference.