The chosen theme and colour palette should also ideally reflect the ambience of a particular room. For example, a bedroom is a private space to which people can retreat to relax and unwind.
(PRWeb UK) December 21, 2010
It is often said that a home is significantly more than just four walls and a roof; it is a place where families come together and where memories are made. A home should therefore be a warm and inviting space, it should be personalised and meaningful to those who inhabit it. One of the best ways to achieve this home design balance is by choosing a decorating theme that reflects the homeowner’s character and needs.
Effective themes are simple in design, with the most convincing being based on a particular colour, style or destination. This year, the most versatile colours to use when decorating a room are rich autumn shades of gold, bronze and red, which help create a warm atmosphere when combined with lighter or darker tones of white, black or grey.
The chosen theme and colour palette should also ideally reflect the ambience of a particular room. For example, a bedroom is a private space to which people can retreat to relax and unwind. Therefore the most important factors to consider when deciding on home design trends for bedrooms are comfort and style. Consider matching the tieback curtains and bed linen, while using throw pillows and rugs to add either a bit of colour or a vibrant pattern to the room.
Symmetry is also a very effective home design tool, especially for people who prefer order. Matching bedside lamps and well positioned mirrors, canvases and other wall art are all useful for creating an organised and tranquil environment, while the choice in lampshades, frames and artwork will allow for personal touches that establish a more homely, lived-in feel.
Visit Kays’ online store for more of the latest natural home design trends, including the Autumn Gold and Red Hot themed collections of bedroom furniture and accessories.