Scandinavian Simplicity If you are looking to give your bedroom a quick style makeover, then 2016 is a good time to consider going down the Nordic path. Scandinavian-inspired decor, accessories, bedside tables and even fabulous bed frames are currently on top of the trends chart, and this is a style that will also help you in creating a more organized bedroom. Almost every decorating trend plays into the Scandinavian-inspired setting, including hues such as gray and off-white, warm wooden accents and a love for interiors drenched in a flood of natural light! And the best part is that even your affordable IKEA bedroom finds complement this soothing style.
Adding reclaimed wood to your home is an affordable, easy and creative way to give the interior a quick facelift without having to splurge on a major makeover. With each passing week, reclaimed timber is climbing up the ‘hot trends‘ chart, and it is barely a surprise that a generation surrounded by polished artificial surfaces is now falling in love with the warmth of wood! Adding reclaimed wood in spaces like the kitchen and the modern bathroom can be a tricky affair at the best of times. But when it comes to the bedroom, this task becomes a whole lot easier. And it is undoubtedly the reclaimed wood feature wall that is the most popular choice of them all.
Sure, we all have seen the image of Hello Kitty countless times (even if you are not particularly a big fan of the cartoon character), and there have been times when the music industry‘s hottest icons adopted it as a fashion statement, but few know the fact that Hello Kitty is NOT a cat. That‘s right; the makers of Hello Kitty insist that she is just a cartoon character - a little girl who is actually from London! Delve a bit deeper and you will learn that the first of November is her birthday, she is a third-grader and her favorite color is red