These bedroom interior ideas will suit you regardless of the style of your home. And the usual classics, and the original eclecticism, undoubtedly, will decorate spectacular patterns. There are many interesting types of drawings for every taste and color – from English plant designs to Indonesian caviar. With the right selection, each of them is able to give the design of a small bedroom a depth and become a focal element even in the presence of a rather nondescript environment.
It is very important to use patterns in moderation so that they do not visually weight the room. If you do not know where to start, choose one of the most suitable places for them – the head of the bed, the wall or the floor – and decorate it with one of the fashionable patterns on textiles, wood panels, wallpaper, or simply painted paint. It is only necessary to begin, and it will be much easier for you to determine the direction in which you want to design a room.
Bedroom interior ideas: gentle flowers in pastel colors
Flower patterns can be both light and exquisite, and clearly defined and conspicuous. In the modern interior, most likely, the flowers best painted in an impressionistic manner will look best, and in traditional bedrooms it is desirable to use more realistic ornaments.
Try not to focus not only on floral prints. Alternate them with geometric patterns to balance the image, or choose one of the shades that is present in the composition, and use it in gaps. This approach will help to link the design together.
Modern bedroom with floral ornaments on bed linens
You can choose both popular patterns in the form of leaves, and more abstract natural motifs – for example, dandelions or twigs. It is best to choose the ones that are in one color or in several shades that are close to each other. Experiment with the size: using a large pattern in a small room can create a sense of richness of decor and grandeur.
Blue-white stripes emphasize the marine character of the interior
Stripes are one of the simplest patterns for a bedroom. Particularly well they fit into the designs of marine themes. They can be both broad and catchy, and thin and barely noticeable. They will successfully look on upholstered furniture, pillows and curtains in rooms with a classic bias. Lines of different shades of the same color will provide the interior a more refined appearance, while noticeable, bright strips of contrasting tones will look bold and spectacular.
Brosy carpet with a chevron ornament
Chevron is a pattern in the form of zigzag lines. It has been used for a long time and was known in ancient Greece, where it was applied to pots, but the true fame and popularity brought him in 1970-ies the Italian fashion house Missoni.
Any kind of this ornament will look good on the head of the bed, bed linen or carpet in your bedroom (in the latter case, make sure that its color is combined with the palette of the interior in general). Place a carpet with a pattern under the bed – then it is guaranteed to fit into the design, but does not become a focal element of the decor.
Designer's tip: make sure that the carpet protrudes not less than 30-45 cm from the edge of the bed. At a lower value, it will be lost visually, and the image will look unbalanced.
Christmas tree on the wall – an unusual move
Chevron and the fir-tree are alike, but the second pattern is built from separate rectangles arranged in the form of the letter V. In English it is called "herringbone" ("herring ridge") because of its similarity to the fish skeleton.
Most often this ornament is used in decorating parquet, but it will look no less original and on the wall.
6. Greek key
Chest of drawers with ornament in Greek style
From the title it follows that this drawing comes from ancient Greece. It is formed by a continuous line, which symbolizes unity and infinity. It was usually used in decorating curbs of architectural structures or clay products.
Quite often it can be seen on carpets or furniture in a classic style.
Ikat on bed linen duplicates a picture on the wall
This pattern appeared in the X century – it was in the course of individual tribes of Asia and Africa. When it is created, the threads of matter are first painted, and then they are already weaved into a single complex pattern.
If you decide to use it in your bedroom, remember that it will look best in a bright, neutral environment. More harmoniously fit it into the space will help other objects (for example, pillows) of the same color.
Extravagant stains on the ceiling – an unexpected solution
The golden pea on the ceiling of this bedroom, designed in the style of English Empire (Lindye Galloway design), is perfectly combined with a vintage gold candelabrum, turquoise headboard and a carpet with a geometric pattern.
Choose one of these patterns to decorate your room or use any other of a variety of options.
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