Utah and its Grand Circle of national parks and monuments can inspire a bedding set as well. The hoodoos and other strange rock formation of Bryce Canyon National Park, for instance, can inspire intricate stitching, as can the ancient cliff dwellings unearthed in Mesa Verde National Park. Designs inspired by the Grand Canyon will feature the warm tones of a sunset over the South Rim and the refreshing blues of the Colorado River running through it.
Finding the right set of bedding is a task in two parts. First one must find a source of inspiration in the region and then choose colors and designs that evoke the look and feeling you want. For example, a bedroom themed after the rich red-rock landscape surrounding Sedona in Arizona may feature reds, oranges and other warm, earthy colors, as well as rugged lines suggestive of the mountainous desert.
Designers will tell you that small rooms shouldn't use a headboard on the bed as they mean you are unable to push it right against the wall so valuable space gets wasted, also try not to have too many shelves, particularly above the bed as they constrict the space. Think about storage with built in furniture such as nightstands or bedside tables, beds with drawers under them, and wardrobes with drawers inside.
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