What do you think to have green bedroom ideas on your bedroom? You can feel the grass with you! Bedroom is a place that should be clean and relax. This is the one area that you can use to recharge your energy. Therefore, you need the suported stuffs that could make you have a better recharge energy quality. many things you can do on your bed, not only sleeping. Yu can waste your time to read or another relaxing activity. You need the good decoration and stuffs too, so that your bedroom will look perfect and entertaining.
The first idea come sfrom Sagen. In an East Hampton bedroom, an April Gornik painting is set off by walls in Tavern Green by The Old-Fashioned Milk Paint Co.. Designer Bunny Williams chose an Indonesian quilt for its texture “and Deco feeling.” The second is the traditional one. In the master bedroom of this Palm Beach house by designer Allison Paladino, a bed from Drexel Heritage’s Postobello collection and nightstands by Thomas Pheasant for Baker are “rich and elegant” against walls painted Benjamin Moore’s Mesquite. The settee is covered in Cowtan & Tout’s Trailing Leaf Linen.
The third is the Emerald. A friend’s gift of a dhurrie salvaged from an attic inspired designer Jean-Louis Deniot’s adventurous sense of color in a guest room of this Bridgehampton house. The walls are papered in Farrow & Ball’s Drag in Emerald Green. “It’s an unusual palette, but I love the burnt coppery orange with the deep Yves Saint Laurent green,” says Denoit.
The fourth is the Summer House. For a bedroom in a Newport summer house, designer Meg Braff chose an eclectic palette: “I started with the wallpaper, a fresh celadon stripe. The curtains are a slightly darker green chintz.” The wallpaper is Harwood by Cowtan & Tout. The curtains are in Sport Leek by Norbar Fabrics. Is there any another about green bedroom ideas you want to try? Green stripe is the last you can try here. Claremont’s George Spencer Palm Stripe was “a must-have” for designer Joe Nye’s Beverly Hills apartment. He covered the headboard in a dhurrie rug and loaded the room with furnishings, some of them big-scale pieces like a buffet by Frances Elkins and a 19th-century lantern from Hollyhock.