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Bedroom

One third of our life is spent sleeping. Besides the enormous amount of time we spent in this room, it also has a particular importance as a safe haven, a cocoon. The bedroom is associated with comfort, quiet, warmth and safety.

The key element of course is the bed. It should be chosen very carefully and not be economised on. For the most comfortable sleep, the bed should be in a position that allows to have the door in view and the head directed to a wall, preferably to the North or to the East. Perfect relaxation requires a certain order in the bedroom: For a refreshing sleep in a cosy atmosphere, no clothes should be lying around and things like cardboard boxes etc, should be removed. Practical cupboards with enough storage space are helpful here.

Style-defining criteria

If you feel at home with the NATURE style, light, natural colour tones like white, sand or crème should be chosen for your bedroom that blend in perfectly with solid wood or wicker furniture and linen fabrics. HARMONY style bedrooms in rosé, light turquoise or sand get harmonious if some romantic, nostalgic elements are added, e.g. mirrors, cushion covers or a floor lamp.
Bedrooms can also be decorated in the LUST FOR LIVING style by use of some strong-coloured elements in violet or turquoise. However, it should be assessed if a strong colour stimulus supports your well-being and peace of mind.

Bedroom in the style of

NATURE

  











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Bedroom in the style of

HARMONY

 

Do you feel at home with this style? Here is our recommendation:






Bedroom in the style of

LUST FOR LIVING

 

Do you feel at home with this style? Here is our recommendation:




The colour tones (except special tones) can be found in our Colour Tone Books „Wall paint # 321 – Tinting colours # 330“. You can also view them in a simulated setting in our Colour Designer. The mixing ratio of each colour tone is also shown when you move the cursor over the respective  photo.

Please note: Due to different monitor settings, colour tone presentations may deviate from the original.