By . Bedroom Design. Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 00:54:13 AM.
There was a day when chandeliers were strictly used for practicality, to light up a room, and most were seen in the dining room or foyer, but not anymore. Today, they are also seen in the master bedroom. They were not used as focal points or for decorative purposes, but that is not the case anymore. Today, creating a spectacular master bedroom that is not only functional, but beautiful from top-to-bottom, includes lighting fixtures. Chandeliers have been used in the master bedroom for years, but today, they are more luxurious and eye-catching than ever. Chandeliers can vary in size, shape, color, material, and cost. Finding the perfect chandelier for your master bedroom can make the difference between having an average master, or a beautiful and luxurious master that makes you feel good every time you step foot into the room. So, how do you choose the perfect chandelier? There are tips on what to look for when it comes to lighting your room with a chandelier that are important in order to get the right look.
When it comes to a small bedroom, you can choose to create a room that’s either dark and cozy, or bright and airy. Your color scheme will set the tone for the room and can add visual square footage. For a bigger, more open feel, choose light colors for the walls and use the features of the room, and the furniture for adding a burst of color and boldness. Bold and bright colored throw pillows and draperies can add flare to the room. For more color, add a brightly colored piece of art deco on the wall to give your room character.
Beautiful high-quality printed bedding can definitely be a commitment, which is why opting for all-white is one of our favorite decorating moves. For those of you worried that it’s boring, the trick is in the accents. A pair of colorful throw pillows can instantly infuse the look with whatever personality you’d like, as can a fun coverlet or quilt laid out across the foot of the bed. The key is to keep your foundation simple and your accents anything but, which will let you switch up the look as often as you like.
Depending on the type of room you are hanging the curtains in, you may want to hang machine washable curtains as opposed to dry clean only. Many homeowners prefer to hang machine washable curtains in kids bedrooms and rooms where there may be more dust collection for quicker and easier washing options. Depending on how often you think you may need to wash them, washing instructions should play a role in your curtain choice because, keep in mind, that if you try to wash dry clean only curtains in a machine, this can ruin them.
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