When trying to create a connection between your interior and nature For example this Sydney bedroom from T01 Architecture & Interiors merges carpet and gravel with a rich shade of gray. Man-made and natural materials combine to emphasize the rocky shoreline view:
The bedroom has a transitional style with cool blue and white colors ensuring that the small trunk stands out visually. Making up for its lack of height is the tall table lamp while the vintage radio ensures that the sense of nostalgia is not lost in the modern setting.
And there’s nothing like to create a cozy feel. Because having a warm soak and then falling into bed while listening to the sound of the chilly waves is an ideal way to spend the fall. Even if there’s no body of water outside of your sleeping space you can still make your bedroom a spa-like cocoon!
Sometimes all you need to jazz up your bedding and add extra comfort for fall is a new throw especially when it’s as cozy as this Mohair Throw from Ferm Living. It’s bold without being overpowering thanks to shades of red white and grey:
Speaking of colorful bedding this Links A Lot Comforter + Sham in Gumdrop Green from PBteen features maze-like pattern that can be switched out for solid green simply by turning the comforter over:
Color is a very important and integral part of the region’s effervescent lifestyle and it automatically translates into design as well. Just think of a lovely sunset on the Mediterranean coast or its vivid orange gardens and you instantly have a color palette to emulate!