While the modern style has become a timeless venture that’ll probably remain in style for a long time, it can be totally challenging to find the right design elements to make it seem interesting. While most of the modern look is characterized by simplicity and minimal accents, you can’t just leave the accent walls too plain or your pace may look boring. Here are 5 design elements you can use in your modern bedrooms to create interest:
1. Horizontal lines
Playing with horizontal lines on plain surfaces is an excellent way to make your modern bedrooms look positively interesting. You can play with the line thickness through different material applications – just like the wardrobe door leaves and accent wall in this image!
2. Lattice grooves
One of the most mainstream ways to add some much needed pattern contrast to plain modern interior designs is by creating grooves within the laminate applications. They’re usually very straight-laced and lattice-like – just like the one featured on the door-leaves of the sliding door wardrobe in this image.
3. Asymmetric rhythm geometry
Most of the time, modern bedrooms can come off as looking very plain and monotonous, so if you want to introduce some rhythm in such spaces, it’s best to go with asymmetric geometry. Just take a look at this image: the bold accents and recesses with wooden inlays on the main wall create a great pattern that keeps the eye moving all around the room without compromising the integrity of the modern look.
4. Recessed decoration shelves
Recessed single-line horizontal shelves that are usually built into a larger cabinet are a great way to accessorize your modern bedrooms. They’re smart, simple, and their straight-laced designs always come off as really interesting – especially when they’re installed with backlighting. The one featured in this image is a pretty great example of how such a shelf should look like.
5. Trendy headboards
Designing a trendy headboard for your simple bed is one of the best modern design elements that you can go for. There are a number of ways that you can execute it, but the gorgeous looks of the glammed up back-wall in this image is a great inspiration. The up-and-down aesthetic with recessed lights at the bottom along with the slight change in the material colors creates a great contrast and makes the whole space look so interesting.