Give your bedroom a designer-savvy increase by integrating tulle and wall draperies to the decor. Tulle, a lightweight material which resembles fine grained, is available in many different hues to complement almost any bedroom palette. You may use tulle material and wall drapes in various creative ways, such as a decorative accent to your bed, windows or walls, to punch up a ho-hum bedroom.
Design an elegant bed canopy by hanging graceful swags of cascading tulle fabric over your current bed. Wrap long strips of tulle around a large quilting hoop, wreath kind or hula-hoop to make a beautiful canopy having a regal touch. Use pristine white tulle for a new, airy ambiance; cotton-candy pink for your little princess or choose black tulle for a more masculine feel. Jazz up the tulle canopy with feminine appeal by adding sparkly sequins, colorful butterfly picks or a feathery boa to the tulle fabric.
Add vivacious energy in dazzling hues for your teen daughter’s bedroom by suspending colorful tulle puffs in the ceiling. Produce decorative tulle puffs by wrap long strips of brightly colored tulle around a book and cutting the tulle on each side of the book to create small pieces. Then wrap a rubber band around the center of the stacked tulle, attach a long ribbon to the rubber band and fluff the tulle puff. Produce several puffs in a variety of hues and hang them in staggered lengths from small ceiling hooks. Her bedroom will stone with these complex, ornamental accents.
Cover the wall behind your bed using floor-to-ceiling draperies to style a one-of-a-kind chic headboard to complement any decorating style. For instance, install floor-to-ceiling draperies at a silky gray fabric to ramp up a modern vibe that is contemporary. Or put in tapestry draperies in earthy red, green and brown tones for more conventional appeal. Hang the drapes to equal the width of the bed for a textured headboard look, or cover the entire width of the wall behind your bed for a further wow factor.
Create the illusion of a large bedroom window by covering a windowless wall using lavish drapery panels. Coordinate the drapery and bedding colours to generate a cohesive look. Utilize a snazzy metallic pole rod flanked by ornamental finials to ramp up the aesthetic appeal. Increase the look of a real window by affixing a panoramic poster to the rear of a genuine window frame and hanging the window frame on the wall behind the draperies. Generate the overall look of sunlight streaming through the artificial bedroom window by installing a level neon light fixture above the frame. Put in a valance over the draperies to hide the lighting fixture.