The next step is to choose the colour of the wall. Although you can use white (preferably an antique white), red, light or navy blue, it should be applied with careful consideration to avoid creating an overwhelming feel. I generally recommend a white wall, as the bedding, wall art, accessories usually adds enough of a colour splash to make the room vibrant. You can use navy blue partway up the wall, with white painted above. Another approach is to paint the room in white with blue trim.
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.
At this point, some may be assuming the concept of a design having a psychological effect is overstated. Really, what value could a bed have on someone's mental state? The answer to that depends on the bed itself. If the design was fully modern and had an almost futuristic edge to it and it was placed in a room filled with all manner of modern consumer electronics, what would the psychological effect be? It could make the room look cutting edge, special, and interesting. Such traits can all be considered positive ones.
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