From those with daring chevron patterns that seems both classy and striking to beds with dark polished headboards that would easily fit in with the idea of a curated bachelor pad; it is a broad spectrum of inspiration indeed.
A global icon that cuts across national boundaries cultures and eras – created by is a phenomenon unlike any other. This cute and seemingly expressionless character produced by Sanrio started its journey on a vinyl coin purse way back in 1974 and while the world has changed considerably in the last four decades Hello Kitty still remains an integral part of popular culture.
Of course you can have a room filled with Hello Kitty accessories plush toys and other décor without ever actually knowing the story behind the character. Fashioning a perfect Hello Kitty bedroom starts with the bedding of course and there are many options to choose from.
Translucent glass frames and curtains offer far more cost-effective solutions that are easy to incorporate. At the end of the day it is about what works best in your bedroom!
Yes kids’ Hello Kitty bedrooms are most often filled with different shades of pink. But this need not be the norm. You can use a neutral backdrop in light blue or cooler shades of gray along with pops of purple and red to create an alternate color scheme that is equally appealing.
The dramatic padded headboard with tufted or other patterns was considered a thing of the past just a few years ago. Not anymore as this year’s Salone del Mobile is filled with bedroom compositions where plush headboards steal the show and actually define and refine the style of the space.