Dress up your bedroom for V-day

  • This month of love, you may want to pay special attention to your bedroom. Here are some ideas to get you started- guaranteed to perk up your mood.

    Cosy Nook
    This is for the homemaker who loves to let in the outdoors and so has a shutter door across one entire wall opening the room out to a green space. Earthy colours in easy-wash light handlooms work well and allow for the layering style on the bed through the seasons. The straw mat flooring goes well with the textiles. An array of cushions creates a comfortable lounge feel in this lived-in bedroom.

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  • Chocolate And Blue
    The rich chocolaty textures and colours of the bedroom on the left is right for an Indian winter. You can also change styles to match the seasons-will give your room an immediate facelift.

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  • Colour Speak
    This bedroom blends simplicity with elegance. The elements of bold colours create a warm, contemporary setting, contrasting with the "framed" bed and whimsical curtains – a throw-back to colonial times. The thickened glass does away with ugly grills, even as the giant polkas on the drape pick up echos from the green, orange and magenta to create harmony.

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  • Green Is The Day
    This homemaker has accentuated the beauty of her decor, despite very plain and minimal furniture by hanging bright green curtains on the french windows. The green colour echoes on cushion covers and in the green potted plants.

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  • All Things Wooden
    This homemaker loves the warmth of tradition. Here’s a classic yet fuss-free colonial tableau complete with the bed, the writing table, easy chair and the traditional Rajasthani bedcover. Wall decor comprises black-and-white family photographs.

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  • Sunshine In My Room
    This yellow-blue decor gives the feel of bright yellow sunshine spread in clear blue sky. The white curtains allow lots of natural light, making the bedroom look bigger and brighter.

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