Sunday 06th, August 2017 04:06:17: AM, Bedroom.
As an alternative to permanently transforming your walls for this type of look, why not go with a simple tapestry to hang over your bed? Urban Outfitters has this splendid option featuring both clouds also the cosmos together.
This bedroom featured on My Colortopia does not have any real cloud forms on the walls or anywhere else in the room, but still fits the atmosphere with the color choices of blue, white, silver, and gray.
The two bedrooms below highlighted on Corrine Kowal also Design Sponge show the same threatening cloud wallpaper. Ideal for those who get a calming effect from storms!
Comprising clouds into your bedroom would probably help any grown-up fall asleep, but it might even be better suited for kids. You can do a lot with the shapes, colors, and overall theme of a kids’ bedroom when clouds are incorporated into it. This instance from Rue Vintage 74 pairs fluffy pillows of stars and clouds together with a unique headboard.
Above the Bed
Dreamy Hues of Blue
As an alternative to paint or wallpaper, a simple way to carry some cloudy innovation into your bedroom is by hanging cloud-like things above your bed. Check out this smart light fixture from Caisak, or these DIY cloud puffs made from white stuffing.
A kids’ bedroom from Mommo Design takes a bolder approach with a striped black and white rain cloud plus suiting bedding.
Murals are also considerable alternatives to paint or wallpaper — especially for fuller images meant to encompass a whole wall.
Pop Art Decorations featured a variety of custom headboards by Astrid Oyo — one of which has a blue cloudy sky on it.
Speaking of the hue gray, sky-blue with swollen clouds are not your only alternative. Check out the color job in this bedroom from Norkse Interior Scheme that almost creates it look like a thunderstorm is on its way.
It’s kind of astonishing how a bit of cloudy wallpaper can totally change a room. There’s nothing complex about the decor that’s spotlighted by the gorgeous walls featured below from Mad About the House and vtwonen.
Clouds can be ideal for nurseries too. The nursery highlighted below, again from Mad About the House, is entirely painted in an airy shade of blue with wispy clouds drifting across the ceilings and into the walls.Now that is some serious art!