Saturday, January 18, 2014

Create a Romantic Bedroom with Art

Create a Romantic Bedroom With Wall Art - Decadent Accents

Even if your bedroom is already very nice, you would be amazed at how quickly you can improve on it just by adding some nice pieces of wall art. It's not hard to create a romantic bedroom with wall art. But you will want to do some careful planning to be sure you are happy with the results after you have purchased the wall art and hung it up in your bedroom.
To create a romantic look in your bedroom, you have a lot of options. One is to choose romantic colors. Raspberry and chocolate brown are examples of dark, rich colors that are very popular right now. They have decadent and luscious connotation of delicious romantic flavors. Cranberry red is another deep romantic color. Or maybe you want to go more country garden romantic. In that case it's pastels all the way. Pinks may be too feminine if you share your bedroom with a man, but pale greens and slate blues are more gender-neutral colors that often bring to mind romantic getaway spots like the tropics or the seaside. If you love lavenders, you can often sneak in some more feminine aspects of that as well without letting it take over the room.
Of course, if your bedroom is all your own, there are really no limitations on what kinds of colors you may use. If you are a guy, you may find that deep blues, greens, or even a more modern color like black and white combination can set the mood just as well. So once you have thought about your colors, it is time to create a romantic bedroom with wall art. Decide if you want to get impressionist paintings or popular portraits. Again, if you want something like a country garden look, you will have tons of choices with prints like Monet's water lilies or Giverny garden paintings. But flowers don't have to antique looking to be romantic. They can be starkly modern as well. For example, an image of a single calla lily or stem of gladiola in a glass will be a striking contemporary flourish in a romantic bedroom.
There really are no limits in your goal to create a romantic bedroom with wall art, but you will be more satisfied with the results if you spend some time thinking about what romance means to you and your partner, if you have one. If you design the room around your shared idea of romance, you will create a special place to spend time together and bring you closer together. If you are single, the d├ęcor you choose will speak volumes about your personality and romantic inclinations, so choose wisely.
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