Another completely different concept for a nautical room, that doesn't involve a red, white and blue colour scheme, is to create a room using greys, sea blue and tan colours. This design approach is great for an older child. Walls can be painted with a sea and sky scene, in subtle blues and greys, or a mural can be applied. Driftwood & rope can be attached all around the bed frame. Place a seagull figurine on top of a bedpost. Use fish nets throughout the room. Neutral carpet colours can depict sand. Fish can be hung by thin rope from the ceiling and throughout the netting. Dressers and other bedroom furniture can be sanded, with a driftwood finish applied. Cranes also work in this driftwood and nautical theme, that resembles a castaway's lair.
It is a skill we do not want to lose, so it is good to see British bed making heritage being looked after so well. The truth is, whatever theme you can think of, there is likely to be a childrens bed maker that can produce a good looking bed that will make a child's room look attractive and perhaps have the added benefit of making the child want to go to bed early - very important these days when us parents are run off our feet at work and indeed at home!
No matter whether you expect the warm or cold months of the year, you need to take into account the colours, the layers, the mixture of styles.
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