Dwelling design concepts: Adorning a bed room with difficult sloped ceilings
The sloped ceiling in designer Diane Mohamed’s bed room posed a problem for her.Danielle Robertson
That is the most important bed room that Diane Mohamed has ever had, and because of the sloped ceiling, essentially the most difficult to brighten. “It regarded cavernous, chilly, and characterless,” says the founding father of MOMO Inside Design. Mohamed knew she’d have to go daring, however was additionally dedicated to a predominantly black and white palette. “I needed to remain impartial for the longer lasting gadgets, then herald coloration with equipment so I can swap them out every now and then,” she says. Her selections did the trick. “Each time I open the door, it brings me happiness,” she says.
1 The shag rug is a impartial base with a lot of character. “When the daylight hits it, there’s a beautiful shimmer,” Mohamed notes.
2 The bedding, which features a crushed velvet comforter from West Elm and sheepskin pillows from Article, supplies the only real moments of coloration. “The clashing mustard accents are surprising and maintain the dusty rose from feeling too female,” Mohamed says.
3 “Despite the fact that it’s not a midcentury home, midcentury fashionable furnishings remains to be my go-to,” Mohamed says, referring to the nightstands. The minimalist desk lamps from CB2 draw the attention past the decals, widening the graphic affect.
4 The uneven association of cabinets permits for flexibility. “For the reason that center shelf is longer than the highest one, I can combine in taller issues like a vase with branches,” the designer says.
5 Stylized flower decals by Wall Star Graphics had been Mohamed’s start line. “I’m an enormous fan of [fashion designer] Orla Kiely and these have her vibe,” she says. “The curves steadiness the sq. home windows and arduous angles.”
6 The capiz chandelier is dramatic with out including coloration and its geometric type enhances the natural decals. “I’d have preferred to hold it decrease, however I don’t need the children to wreck it once they soar on the mattress,” the designer says with amusing.
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