How to design a bedroom for G X
Often termed the “Forgotten Generation”, the people who come from Generation X are born between the period of 1965 to 1979. They are sandwiched between the Baby Boomers and the Millennials. The kids belonging to this era are born to ambitious and hard-working parents. This generation got a lesser amount of care and love from their parents. Hence, they grew up in such an environment, where they tend to be less focused on their work while they considered the work-life balance.
As kids, we always try to be similar to our parents. Since they are hardworking and ambitious; they tend to spend less time on their appearances, their dressing, and designing sense and more importantly they do not spendthrifts as compared the Baby boomers. This is why the homes of Gen X tend to be less cluttered.
The less cluttered your home will be, the more space you will have to design your room. The bedroom is everyone’s private and kind of a more personal room. Gen X valued their own sense of design style and most of them graduated during the late recession periods of the late 80s and the 90s. They knew the meaning of scarcity and were not only happy but satisfied as well with the limited resources that were available to them.
Who doesn’t like to live in well-decorated homes, especially the bedrooms? That is a place everyone craves for. It has a special sense of privacy for every one of us. Gen X belongs to the last half of the 21st century which has seen interior designs evolving into many new experiences. Their choice of design and style surely differ among the entire house itself. The design of the bedroom will not be similar to that of the living room or the dining room.
Clean, sophisticated yet simple, and cozy are the style statements of Gen X when looking for the choice of design. They try to live very much within their means without urging for more which might lead them to step out of their comfort zone.
Gen X has a desire for clean, simple, and modern designs for their bedrooms. Color and texture are the key crucial elements when designing interiors. They have psychological effects on our health and body. Gen X are typically open-minded with choosing the color palettes and prefers exotic greens, Midwestern browns, and violets. They also prefer mature yet classic colors with warm and smooth yellows and whites, pale blue with jade green.