Unable to find a vintage metal box that you like? Don’t worry too much as you can simply turn some vintage suitcases into a beautiful nightstand with ease. Again not much work to do in your workshop here as all you will need are two to three lovely vintage suitcases and some space next to your bed to stack them up. Remember though to pick ones that complement the color scheme of the room.
Obviously modern designers have reinvented and given some of the classic Mediterranean themes a contemporary twist to shape bedrooms that seem more urbane. Most of these spaces draw inspiration from the coast of Greece and the Balearic with their use of various shades of white and blue.
Few design styles capture romantic beauty images of idyllic seaside retreats sparkling white sand and plenty of sunshine like the Mediterranean. Inspired by the region its unique blend of cultures and rich heritage modern is in reality a fusion of the best elements borrowed from Spain Italy Greece and other North African nations that were closely linked to France.
Looking to refresh the bedding of your little ones? Fall is a great time to make a new start and ensure that bedding is comfy. This Swiss Dot Bedding from The Land of Nod features black dots on a white background. Designed by artist Erin Jang it’s the perfect transition to “big kid” bedding. Not to mention it goes with everything including fun and festive throw pillows!
This bedroom from the same home includes and for added comfort and warmth. In fact the shaggy rug ripples much like the ocean outside! Also note how creates a sense of tranquility:
Hand-painted tiles have always been a very important part of the various styles emanating from the Mediterranean. Giving your entire bedroom floor a huge revamp might be too much of a commitment though so try a few mosaic additions or some artwork that uses colorful tiles. Make sure that the floor is not too sterile and cover it with some lovely Moroccan rugs to usher in pattern and vitality.