St. Michael's Road Scandinavian Bedroom, London
Nathalie Priem Photography
Bedroom - scandinavian bedroom idea in London with white walls — Houzz
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6. Minimalist. If your style leans toward clean-lined, architectural design, a minimalist bedroom may be what you find most soothing. Keep accessories to a minimum and focus on quality over quantity. Key elements include:Neat art wall to add visual interest without cluttering surfacesCrisp bedding in white and gray that’s simple and modernLow-profile platform bedSlim lamps on bedside tables or sleek wall-mounted fixtures A sculptural modern-icon chair
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Mat scale. Boris Smorodinsky of Striving Artists Framing and Art Services in Los Angeles says there’s no hard-and-fast rule as to how wide a mat should be in relationship to the artwork. In fact, framing in general is subjective and depends on the piece and the client’s personal preferences. However, Smorodinsky usually starts with a minimum width of 2 inches.
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9. Finally frame those prints. Do you have a whole bunch of special photos you haven’t gotten around to printing and framing? When we take photos mostly on our phones, it’s easy to lose your favorites in a sea of selfies. You can print photos relatively cheaply, then find frames from discount stores if you’re on a tight budget. Tip: Buy Velcro hanging strips to make hanging prints as easy as can be.