Turning to the bed to draw some inspiration for your room divider is not a bad idea and you can utilize either the foot of your bed or the headboard as the reference point. For some there is a peaceful and efficient home office on the other side of the nifty divider while others might want to walk into a relaxing bathroom with a standalone bathtub or even a Jacuzzi.
There is nothing revolutionary about simple room dividers and they have been around since ancient Egypt and Chinese empires. But today we are looking past the simple screens and antique pieces and flipping through ideas that let your bedroom multitask with ease and elegance.
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.
Last but not least Yes sheets (even plain white ones) are often treated with chemicals so they are wrinkle-free and durable. Not crazy about the idea of chemicals on your sheets? There are finish-free options including a range of organic bedding possibilities…
In the case of kids’ rooms pink is often the dominant hue with white providing the balance and red offering bright contrast. Add to this custom wall decals Hello Kitty-themed bedside tables and even wardrobes to create a room that celebrates this beloved character.
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.