While the bed is definitely the most important and central part of any bedroom interior design, many people overlook one tiny detail while focusing on the style of the furniture instead. The bed covers are an integral part of the overall presentation of your bed, and choosing the right ones can contribute a lot towards presenting a holistic interior design. Let’s look at 5 bedrooms who wouldn’t be the same without their chosen bed covers.
1. White and wool
The feature wall of this bedroom is an attractive shade of brown, while the bed headboard features a classy tufting. With so much going on in the backdrop, it makes sense that you’d choose a simple white bedcover to complement the high-style visuals in the background. However, a woolly blanket has been draped across the base of the bed to balance out the two sides of the room.
2. Whites on wood
The only color of bed covers that can look elegant and sophisticated with wooden accents and leather themes is always white. They help you achieve a Zen sort of a look with their colorless base. If not for white, the natural elegance of wood may definitely have little impact and be undermined by the color of the bed covers.
3. All color
If you’re working with a specific pastel hued color scheme, then it’s best to use the same color with some pattern in the bed covers. This pink bedroom is a great example. You can clearly see how the varying hues of pink in the bed covers complement the design of the room, while the floor and ceiling balance it out with neutral colors.
4. Greys and whites
More often than not, simple slate grey and white bed covers are the perfect choice for a neutral hued bedroom design. If you go for too much bold color and pattern in such themes, the bed covers can end up dominating the whole aesthetic. So it’s always best to be as simple and understated as possible.
5. Bold backdrops
If your bedroom features bold colors, then once again, the bed covers need to be black and white so that the rest of the theme can shine. You cannot have the sheets becoming the focal point when you have invested so much in making the surroundings so eye-catching.