With a sloped ceiling and not much floor space, she had to get creative with design and storage. You can’t argue with her beautiful results, so remember these rules when decorating your own teeny room. 1. Brighten up.
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Mix deep blue curtains with grey bed linen and breezy white curtains, or go grey on the walls and have bright blue bedding provide the colour accent uplift. You could throw in some fire-engine red pillows or dark purple chair covers as a contrast. Other on-trend wall colours include white and nearly-gold. You might want to go deep and dark on the walls (and that can work too), but keep the rest of the decor light, use contrasting colours (for example the bright green of plant leaves will pop against a grey/brown paint) and maximise natural light too. If your limestone walls have been covered, consider taking the plaster off for a traditional, masculine look. Treat your windows Its not girly to get a decent pair of curtains. Not only will they insulate your windows in the winter and keep the outside noise down, theyll also protect your furniture from the sun, and, if you pick the right ones, give the room some class.
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