We spend a third of our lives in bed. That’s 25-30 years on average! And, there is no shortage of research data that proves getting the right amount and proper kind of sleep is so important to our overall health. So making the bedroom a real sanctuary, decorated in a way that will provide you with the perfect environment for good sleep and wonderful dreams.
Here you can help pick a rug for this soft, pale violet and pink bedroom. The accents of creamy gold and white create a calming, sophisticated vibe. You can adjust the feeling of the room with a rug, depending on the color hue, design, and overall look of it. It's all about your style!
Normally we would choose a rug first, but that isn’t always an option. Fortunately, here she has kept the palette clean and simple, and hasn’t over accessorized the room. This gives her more options. We selected four rugs that will each work equally well in the space. But each also offers an added spin on the overall design theme or feeling. Now, which to choose?
A: City Springfield CT50 Over scaled sharp geometrics characterize this striking contemporary graphic design. The high/low construction in wool and art silk creates texture and surface interest and gives a look of matte and shine. This one would really solidify a sophisticated look.
B: Blue Tempera BL138 Inspired by bold ethnic textiles and the rich hues of Indian spices, this rug offers individual expression with a modern flare with mix of playful colors and combines fluid lines with highly textured hand-tufting for a painterly, artistic look.
C: Brio Wild BR59 This floral rug ispunctuated by bold color and large-scale designs and packs a powerful design punch. This rug would add some depth due to the darker hues and ground the room with some joie de vivre.
D: Go for glam with Fables Glamourous FB26 A classic pattern meets a modern chic color scheme. The damask pattern of this area rug is simply stunning with its tones of rose, burgundy, and cream on a dove gray background and will add a splash of complementary color.
So, with all that in mind, which would you pick if this were your bedroom?