Dec 03 2010
Your bedroom is often used as an escape from your busy life, so the island theme fits perfectly into this room in the house. Before you start buying knick knacks and wallpaper, think about the overall design of the room.
Using the island may soon become tacky and overwrought, so it’s a good idea to use understated decor and equipment. After setting the color palette, you can start looking for furniture and decorative elements to your room.
Things you need:
* Room Decorations
1. Creating an array mood in the room. Find paint samples of colors you want to use, light blues, greens, oranges and yellows also work on the beach. Look for beach photos provide inspiration for the design of the room. Tack these items to the corkboard, which will give direction to the decor of the room.
2. Choose a color to paint the room. Wallpaper is also an option, but using a base color on the walls offer more options to hang decorations on the wall, not looking too messy. Use a light-toned paint for the walls, like orange or sky blue velvet, then give the room an open setting.
3. Pick bedding that complements the color of the walls. This is a great opportunity to create a dynamic feeling in the room with colors inspired by the beach of the island. Pale yellow bedspread can be like an island in his room when the walls are painted in vivid colors such as aquamarine ocean.
4. If you already have furniture in the room, check to see if it fits the color scheme. Any brown color of the wood goes well with the theme because it evokes a sense of beauty, white or black furniture can look a little too modern and elegant design of this program.
5. Accessorize with no overboard. Several large-scale prints of the island scenes and plants from the leaves of palm trees will look elegant and subtle. Avoid decorating with trinkets such as rings, defenders of life or hula dancers, and focus on the derivation of the theme in a subtle way.