Yesterday we looked at red Oriental bedrooms， however， if you prefer something a little calmer Pink Oriental is the way to go. Still keeping with the theme of cherry blossoms pale sherbet pink is the ideal partner to creams and ivories. This subtle colours add a peaceful and tranquil looks to bedrooms and although not bright they can be made to look extremely trendy with the clever use of furniture and soft furnishings.
A plain wooden framed bedpersonalized gifts for her， or even a plain four-poster style， with or without the curtains， in a dark or pale wood will make a superb focal point in the room. Use light coloured wooden blinds to bring a touch of nature to the room and to complement the muted shades used for bedding and duvet sets. Pale cream carpet can be highlighted with？ floral patterned rugs， the rug will also help to ground the colour scheme and bring balance to the room.linen sheets
Scatter cushions， along with bedside table lamps with an Oriental porcelain or china base， can help bring the room together succinctly – Oriental themed wall art will take the plainness off walls and can be used in conjunction with the bed to make a natural focal and feature.
To add a touch of masculinity grey and pale pink look stunning together， the silvery grey tones will compliment any metallic elements in the room. For example：？Blush curtains and soft grey tie-backs with Oriental lettering for peace， tranquillity and serenity. Sleek styling and a tight restriction on any clutter will help you achieve the look； sometimes it's the simplest designs which bring the most attention and this tranquil bedroom style aims to achieve this via simplicity and the all important finishing touches.
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The trend for staying at home rather than going out for drinks continues to gather momentum despite the Chancellor not putting the price of a pint up as expected. With the ever rising costs of everyday living still hitting some people's pocket hard have a drink at home has taken on a whole new meaning within the world of interior design. Today, man caves, dens and home pubs have become the 'must have' room in many homes. A separate room designed specifically for the purpose of R&R sees basements and garages being transformed into pub-like rooms, complete with a purpose built bar, trendy bar stools as well as a comfortable seating area and wall mounted plasma televisions. This room is typically designed by men and encompasses all the iconic paraphernalia associated with a pub, from the bar itself to trendy bar stools made from beer barrels.
Window treatments are so much more than a mere decorating decision; they are also a very practical, life affecting one. Curtains, shades, blinds, shutters or nets must also serve a functional end: to admit or block sunlight and to provide privacy. Window treatments need to do far more than provide a cosmetic lift to a room- they must also work well.