Interior design musical inspirations: a whiter shade of pale
Choosing a music theme to decorate a room is a fantastic way to bring out your personality. This is a very popular way of giving a home a little touch of personalisation. It doesn't mean that you have to plaster your walls with pictures of your favourite pop singer, but you can incorporate a theme of music and put that into the design of the materials you choose.
There are many bespoke designers that can cater for these tastes and can produce something that will not only add value to your home but also been very pleasing to the eye, whilst creating a relaxing haven for you to get away from the hustle and bustle of the real world. Before you embark on creating a new room it is best to first consider how much you want to spend and a little research on the internet on how much things will cost.
The reason is because you do not want to get halfway through a project to find out that you have run out of money as this is not the best way of going about redesigning your home. Living in a half finished house can be very stressful at times as you want to see the finished product. It is important to look at interior design ideas to see how you will transfer your ideas onto paper and then into reality.
Obviously the colour palette is going to be dreamy pale and off-white shades. These pale tones will be the main focus of your room; if you're really this song you'll know one of the key lines 'turned a whiter shade of pale' so it's the washed out, dreamy colours you need to look for. You can cut back on manufacturing costs if you choose fabrics and materials from an online wholesale fabric retailer. Bay window curtain poles are the perfect finishing touch to anyone's windows especially for 'a Whiter Shade of Pale'.
They incorporate the magic of the song and capture the essence of the message especially if full pale length ready made curtains are felt to pool gently onto the floor. You will be able to create some of the moods and feel the lyrics through out and also the designs complement the instrumentals with other unique fixtures and fittings. Choosing a 'Whiter Shade of Pale' theme will bring light into any dark corners and give the impression of extra space in any style of home.