Traditional bedroom design | Bedrooms should be a calming spot to retreat to, so limit the use of bold colors and stick to natural patterns and tones.
Eclectic living room design | A great way to design a room around an eclectic style is to lay out a focal wall and mix different images and frames. Pick one color to echo throughout the room so the design seems intentional and not random.
Bohemian living room design | Boho design is fun because there’s no set rules on how to achieve a great look, so just play with different patterns and don’t match any colors. As long as you have one piece that ties everything together, you’re set.
Contemporary living room design | Masculine spaces work best when grounded in dark sleek furniture and then bringing in small pops of color, when needed.
Quirky teen girl’s bedroom design | Young kids and teenager’s rooms are the prime time to go all out with color and texture. This is the time when it’s important to let the room portray the kid’s personality (how it is now or how it can be as they grow into it).
Gender neutral nursery design | It’s fun designing gender neutral spaces, because it forces you to not rely so much on color, but to experiment with different tones of tans and other soft colors. It’s a great time to play with different scales of patterns and see how several layers react with each other.
I hope these ways to design a room around a specific style tips helped you to figure out how to redesign that room that is needing a pick me up. Redesigns like these don’t have to cost a fortune, you just had to have a great design plan in mind before starting anything. The design is the road map that guides the design along, you have to figure that part out first before even starting to buy new furniture or move pieces around.
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