Oriental bedding faithfully follows the rule that 'less is more.' This is in accordance with the harmony and balance applied in qi, or what is commonly known as the life force. In Asian philosophy, the harmony and balance of a bedroom should be in accordance with the set of the house. This is done to ensure that the flow of the qi or the life force wouldn't be constrained, as the qi is the force that brings vibrancy and life into a room.
Classic white furniture looks wonderful with this theme. Be sure to choose dainty pieces that don't compete with the delicate butterflies. Canopy beds or white metal beds are a wonderful feature. A sheer canopy can have butterflies randomly glued in place. Replace handles and knobs of furniture with butterfly theme hardware such as dainty porcelain with hand painted butterflies. You can decoupage butterflies onto a dresser or border around a mirror. Try hand painting a dresser, with the first drawer having a soft yellow background with roses applied, the second drawer background painted a soft pink with purple polka dots, and the third bottom drawer having a purple background with yellow butterflies painted on. Let fabrics, artwork and bedding inspire you.
Wooden beds are most common but are also considered as much more stylish in recent years with many styles such as Nordic beds and Asian inspired platform beds being the recent trends that a lot of UK sleepers have chosen. Darker woods like Ash have become very popular in recent years whilst cheaper wooden furniture such as pine wood can be good for getting matching drawers, wardrobes and bed side cabinets too
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