An accent wall is one of the many ways to spruce up the overall interior of your bedroom design. Here are 7 different types of feature walls across the varied interior design themes to provide inspiration for your master bedroom design ideas.
Splash of Paint
Be open to options other than pristine white walls, you will be awed by the effect of a simple coat of paint. The forest green accent wall instantly injects an earthy and organic touch to the bedroom design. More importantly, it ensures the continuity of the overall interior design of the abode creating a modern earthy abode.
Turn up a notch with geometric shapes.
A feature framing circle completes the painted feature wall of this master bedroom design. We love the touch of blue which flows with the eclectic theme of the bedroom.
Light it Up – Accent Lights
Aside from its functionality, lighting accessories are essential to doll up the bedroom. The use of grey paint along with accent lights forms a show-stopping feature wall. Not to forget the pendant lights which frame up the entire wall while replacing the need of having a table lamp.
Segregate the Spaces with a Functional Feature Wall
This full-height feature wall acts as a partition segregating the sleeping space and the vanity area. Not to mention the niche that is thoughtfully incorporated. Great for displaying some photos or for knick-knacks.
Luxe it up with Dark Wood Slats
The wood slat feature wall conceals the standing vanity table while creating a visual link between the interior spaces of this modern luxury abode.
Brick by Brick
The brick textured bedroom feature wall which acts as the backdrop of the bedroom is a real brick wall that has the perfect texture to complement the modern industrial space.
The cement screed feature wall aligns with that of the living room’s, creating a design continuity while highlighting the hallmark of an industrial-inspired abode.
Frame it up!
To conceal the awkward curved beam, the interior designer covered it with light wood laminates while keeping the windows to allow natural light. The result? A gorgeous bay window as the bedhead as part of this HDB master bedroom design.
Interior Designer’s Tip
Notice the niche by the sides of the bed? They are awesome space-saving hacks and great alternatives for a bedside table! What more? You won’t have to worry that they won’t match the overall interior of your bedroom.
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