Posted by Alessa at Friday, April 28th 2017, 01:32:22 AM
When they moved into their new family home, these homeowners were entertained with all the extra space they had achieved. But, they were faced with doing many of work to bring their weakened looking house up to date. The foregoing homeowners had turned the loft into a dual bedroom and all the basics were in place – it was just the decor that wanted their care. The couple were keen to create the most of the airy bedroom and needed to imprint their character on it. 'We needed to make a subtle industrial look and the key to this was the uncovered brick wall.'
Fortunately the homeowners were proficient to utilize some bricks left over from a friend’s building job to carry out this work and the slanted back wall was clad over a weekend. 'It’s absolutely simple to make this look, ' says the homeowner, 'and you do not even need the whole brick.'
With industrial‐style bricks returning the drab purple painted wall, the couple then appended a beautiful black metal bed frame to continue the theme, and a subtle grey hair carpet for a subtle touch.
At the faraway ending of the bedroom, the mezzanine level was small more than a big empty room. 'We put a dressing table there temporarily, but I became convinced that this area must become an open‐plan en suite. ' Having confered a plumber, the couple went ahead and suited a bath and sink that suited the time of the property.
This compact bedside table was discovered at an automobile‐boot sale and just wanted a coat of paint to spruce it up and assure that it suited in with the vintage vibe. The blue metal lantern and chrome lamp complement the stylish industrial look.
Suited furniture is a functional option and is almost always a reliable inspiration in a turned loft where wall room is restricted. This smart built‐in crate of drawers is recessed into the cavity wall and was given an upgraded look with handles that complement the fresh decor.
Furnishings and accessories such as this blue cabinet and period‐style radiator advance plenty of vintage charm. The cabinet provides good storage and this striking color of marine blue stands out against the neutral background to eyecatching effect.
From empty space to magnificent en suite. The homeowners searched for one or two key pieces and resolved not to incorporate a shower to avert the space from looking too cluttered. 'I had always needed a roll‐top bath that seemed out of the window, and this was the perfect turn, ' says the homeowner. The retro arrow was the final ending touch.
Make a relaxing look and imprint your character on your bedroom. Mix and match your favourite pillowcases also cushions and incorporate a cushion cover perfect with your own initials.
Luckily the space did not need any structural work, so the couple were proficient to focus on adjusting the decor to suit their own taste. 'I love adorning and styling, 'says the homeowner, 'and I had a powerful view of how I needed it to look.'
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