By Modestine Cerise. Bedroom Design. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 05:02:34 AM.
When crafting a space that both men and women feel at home in, neutrals and woods are your best friends. A headboard that emphasizes shape rather than color is a great way to avoid a look that feels too basic, and a classic rug, such as an Oushak, is something everyone can agree on. Bedside tables, a bench, or chairs in streamlined wood add a tactile quality to the scheme. Color, of course, is by no means off-limits—just choose those pops wisely.
Choose high quality bed sheets that are a higher thread-count as opposed to low quality sheets to make your bed look and feel more luxurious. Use layers of linens and accessories for your bed for a diverse look to the bed and to give it depth and a multi-textured look: comforter, a throw, multiple types of throw pillows that vary in shapes and colors. Hang luxurious, textured curtains on the windows added dramatic effect.
Your bedroom is your sanctuary and retreat. You want it to be as comfortable and serene as possible so that when you go to it, you can shut the rest of the world out and rest. Decorating your bedroom, or even your child’s bedroom, is what makes it a restful, peaceful room. Curtains are one of the biggest components of a bedroom, and most decorators will tell you that it is the curtains that make the room. They tie everything else in the room, together. Knowing tips on how to choose curtains for your bedroom can help you buy just the right ones that give your room the look, feel, character, and lighting that you want. Here are a few tips when considering which types of window dressings to choose.
While you want things to look as simple and clean as possible in a Scandinavian room, too white and clean can have the opposite effect of cozy. It can seem downright sterile, so be sure to add textured colors into the mix, along with natural woods. Black and white photos, neutral toned fabrics and textured colors through foliage set in visible spaces.
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