By Alsatia Philippot. Bedroom. Published at Thursday, May 02nd, 2019 - 18:49:13 PM.
Modern materials mean new homes are not always made from wood. More expensive and fire-friendly than their brick or plaster rivals, wooden walls are a desirable, but not always economical, option. Keep the warmth and glow of wood inside your home, with these thirty wooden wall bedroom designs. A full-scale alternative to wooden wall décor pieces, these LED, lamp or naturally-lit wooden walls add ambience to your sleeping space. Create curves and overlapping panels in light Scandinavian wood. Make a jungle scene with rough-shod or distressed wood alternatives. Take tips on how to do a wooden bedroom wall or partition right, with our thirty examples of rustic-look bedrooms.
Nowadays everything is possible, no matter you have a small and cozy apartment or a spacious house. If you want to maximize as much space as possible, there are many solutions, even for limited spaces. As the pictures emphasize, there are many ideas in the field of design, which can satisfy even the most critical eye. Bedrooms are very important, no matter the size of the house and they have to be cozy and welcoming. It is definitely the case here: the cool, minimalist and modern design in the picture is an indisputable proof. The space is certainly furnished in an intelligent manner. It has everything a bedroom needs: a comfortable bed with drawers, some armchairs that contribute to the cozy and enthusiastic atmosphere welcoming your friends, a full or a twin bed and the most important and the most attractive, the chill out space under the Loft Bed that makes you feel at ease.
This design unites the rest of the room by tying the wooden elements together, preventing the wall from looking clinical and being the background to a simple yet interesting image. A grey and white print works together with light wooden slats. The contrasting positions of the slats take the wall to another level without looking overdone.
There are many different design elements in this room, and they‘re all tied together by the slats partially covering the wall over the headboard. The plaster was removed from the bottom half of this wall to reveal the bricks which were then painted over. The dark grey slats contrast to the light brickwork and provide a pleasant background to the beautiful framed artwork.
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