Bring elements of nature into a guest room by using lavender fabrics with a floral pattern. Offset the pattern with a neutral rug, or add depth and drama with a deep purple rug. Use an off-white bedskirt and wood furniture for color balance and texture. Hang artwork depicting lavender flowers, and add a ceramic or metal pitcher filled with flowers. Your guests might not want to leave this charming space. For a decadent feel, paint the ceiling a high-gloss deep plum, use lavender wallcovering with some shimmer, and pile on pillows in various shades of purple and lavender. Add pops of color in fabrics and accessories such as deep green for an energized feel. Use black as punctuation on fabric edges, bedskirt and lamp shades. A dark wood four-poster bed evokes a sense of history in this setting. Create a canopy that coordinates with the bedding for ultimate luxury.
That's why you should incorporate some soft accents throughout the space to help tone down the overall design and add some light to the room. You can't go wrong with crisp white accents against bold tangerine walls -- hang sheer white curtains on the windows and use white floating shelves to display your favorite collectibles, or pair your sofa with an eye-catching patterned chair with plenty of white details. If white looks too harsh, ivory or cream make ideal alternatives. Just because your walls are tangerine doesn't mean other orange shades can't work as accents throughout your living room. A monochromatic design can have a sleek, modern look, so if you prefer contemporary decor, it's an ideal look for your living room. Soft shades such as peach can help tone down the design in place of neutrals like white or ivory, while muted shades like burnt orange or terra cotta can take the place of darker neutrals like gray or chocolate.
Cherry, for a fiery and dramatic addition to the bedroom, add pops of cherry red. This too can be toned down with slight neutrals like white and creams. As cherry bedroom furniture ages and is exposed to natural light, its color darkens to eventually reach a rich reddish brown hue. Consider the inevitable color change when you're decorating a bedroom with medium-tone cherry furniture. Other factors that can influence new bedroom decor include your home's existing decorating style, as well as your bedroom needs and personal preferences. Establish a decorating budget to set spending parameters for your bedroom makeover. Cherry wood's mixed tones make it a bit difficult to pair with paint colors. The best wall color to pair with your reddish brown paneling, cabinetry or flooring is one that establishes an eye-pleasing palette, while relating to your home's style and the particular space. Choose a compatible cool or warm hue from assorted neutrals, pastels, and bright or dark shades to make the room look its best.
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