By Modestine Cerise. Bedroom Design. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 05:02:34 AM.
When it comes to designing an outdoor bedroom, be creative and allow your senses to work for you. If you have a tree you love that you don’t want to lose in the process of creating the outdoor portion of your room, find a way to work around it and keep it as part of the design. Use your pool or spa, beautiful foliage, water fountain or other focal points to create a theme around.
Before you start converting anything, you will want to decide what purpose or function the outdoor portion of your bedroom will play? Do you want it as a sitting area that is an addition to your actual sleeping area? Do you want it to be able to be an option for sleeping as well, for instance, consist of a bed or other type of sleeping quarters? Maybe you want the outdoor portion of the bedroom to a place where you can sit and watch a little TV, play games, visit with your spouse or gaze at the stars. Knowing what purpose the area will serve will help you determine what type of furniture you will need, how big of a space you will need off of the main bedroom, and what type of coverage or other enclosure you may want to include.
Choosing the right fabric is important as it dictates how the curtains will hang and fold. The best fabrics for a window are velvet, faux silk, and linen. They’re the most durable and they hang the best in a window. Faux silk holds up the best in a really sunny room and is the most durable of all the materials. If you choose too heavy of a material, it can hang awkwardly and will not fold right when they’re drawn. Bright colors fade faster in particularly sunny rooms, so staying away from bright reds and other similar colors, will help retain the look of your room with the curtains.
The number of decisions you have to make when decorating a master bedroom can be dizzying, which is why a tight palette can really come in handy. Landing on just two colors, typically a neutral and an accent color, can help you navigate through each choice without getting overwhelmed. Walls in the accent color? Then go neutral for the headboard. Window treatments? Just match the walls and you’re done. Bedside lighting? Seek out lamps in either your accent color or your neutral
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