Ynes Langlais. Bedroom. November 30th , 2017.
This room is meant to soothe the nerves after a long day. The LED lights highlight the wooden panels, while thin wooden slats provide a subtle accent to the left of the room. The warm wooden slats work with the floor and potted plants to keep the room from looking colorless and indifferent.
These slats also form triangular patters, but are complemented by strategically placed lights and LED lights. Meanwhile, this wall‘s white vertical slats are used to contrast the dark horizontal stripes of the photograph creating an intriguing effect.
Bring the outside inside with a headboard in brick. A green living wall to the side harks back to the garden; a low-lying bed a simpler type of living. With a typographic canvas and standing photographer‘s lamp as features, the whole room screams art nouveau.
These particular slats match the base of the bed, and taper down to meet panels made of the same wood. A framed picture complements the entire look. Here slats are a dark contrast to the rest of the light colors of the room. A ledge acts as a shelf for an array of ornaments. What catches the eyes though, is the clock with the interesting frame. Love this room? Want to see more? Take a tour!
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