By Paul Auguste. Bedroom Design. Published at Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 - 06:22:03 AM.
Every once in a while a more uncommon projects appears. One of them was the conversion of a windmill into a home. This is how the interior looks like after the transformation was completed.
Notice how the space opens onto a small balcony with an overhang for shade and how the wall on the left side of the bed has windows only at the bottom. This lets in some light and opens the space to the surroundings without making the room feel exposed.
The ombre wall complements the decor of this room is a really pleasant way. The use of grey and white and the subtle shades of light pink, gold and wood results in a well-balanced palette and a harmonious decor and ambiance.
The clean geometry and in particular the straight lines and angles which define this bedroom come in contrast with the residence’s exterior appearance which is dominated by curves and wavy lines.
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