At first glance, this photo seems to have nothing to do with home design. But look a minute more. Do you see the rich variety of texture and color provided here? What would a bedroom look like that captured these elements? Let’s take a look.
The photo below shows what can happen when you take textures and colors from one source and apply them to home design. There could be nothing more different than this bedroom and this gate, but if you look at them together, you can see the connection.
From a color standpoint, the bedroom flooring almost perfectly matches the grey and brown tones on the wooden gate. This floor is a remarkable start to the room’s powerful design.
Next, check out the right wall. The strong impact of those boards echo the texture of the gate. Between wall and floor, that wood is well represented.
For the bolt and lock, you can look to the furniture. The leather bed frame has the feel of the brown patina of the metal, and the natural wood framing picks up the rusty notes. Even the gold pillows have a complement in some of the shades visible on wood and metal.
This bedroom shows a powerful and unique design perspective, possibly because the inspiration didn’t come from a room someone else created, but a completely unrelated image. If you want your home to stand out from the crowd, don’t limit your view to what’s already been done. Instead, draw on other ideas and you may be surprised at what you come up with. And, as always, we’re here to help you make your creations come to life.
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