A bedroom with a theme， irrespectively of how loosely you apply it， gives you a focus and your bedroom character. This Autumn/Winter we are seeing Oriental bedrooms taking centre stage and before you think bare and no detailing， you'll be surprised just how inspiring this interior design style can be. As red is the colour associated with good fortune and luck many Oriental bedrooms will include this gorgeous colour. It's perfect for co-ordinating with whitepersonalized gifts for her， creams and ivories， along with natural woods and black lacquered furniture.
Floral pattern also play a huge part in Oriental interiors， ideally these will be lotus or cherry styled blossoms. The delicacy of the flowers is highlighted by using them as a decorative pattern on duvet sets and large rugs， which in turn co-ordinate with lightweight voile panels and scatter cushions. If you fancy something a little bolder a mix of black and red will make a real statement in your bedroom. In the West we consider these two colours in particular romantic and sexy， so what better place to use them than the bedroom!cheap throw pillow covers
A black leather bed-frame will not only be trendy it's also ideal for bringing white or red bedding to the forefront and taking centre stage. We're not talking sordid or tacky， we're suggesting sleek elegance and refinement. This colour combination and theme also works extremely well for male bedrooms， as the uncluttered and non-fussy approach is ideal for men of all ages.
Black bamboo blinds are ideal for aesthetic and practical purposes and are a great way to bring natural elements into the room， which are another key feature in Oriental styled bedrooms. Simplicity and harmony is the key to a successful red Oriental bedroom， so make sure that you allow for plenty of storage and your furniture pieces are kept to the bare essentials.
With lighter evenings and warm, balmy temperature, this is the perfect season for alfresco dining and entertaining friends and family in your outdoor space.
Red is a colour that invokes much emotion. It is filled with intensity and really draws the eye. This is primarily the reason it is used in warning signs and in traffic signals - after all, they need to catch your attention immediately. Due to this, the colour red serves a similar purpose in interior design - It will become the centre of attention and force people to pay attention to it.
I like to reuse old materials and to put them into a new contextSo I made a custom sleeve for my MacBook Pro out of a felted woolen blanket and a tent canvas. Both materials I bought in a swiss military shop during my last trip to my home country.