By Modestine Cerise. Bedroom Design. Published at Saturday, May 12th, 2018 - 12:15:51 PM.
Small rooms look cluttered fast, especially if you put large pieces of furniture in the room. It might be tempting to get the biggest desk, bed or dresser, but large furniture eats up floor space and leaves the room looking overwhelming, unusable and crowded. Furniture ideas that create the look of a larger space are a bed with a see-through headboard and no footboard give the appearance of openness. Small night tables with smaller table lamps leave more walk-room, as well as it gives the room more visual square footage.
Shades on your chandelier can give your bedroom a few different looks depending on the types of shades you choose. You can create a soft or hard lighting look just by the shape, angle and thickness of the shades. The design style of your shades can range from a classic look to modern. To complete the look tie it all together by hanging curtains of the same color and style for an overall cohesive, finished look.
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
Conventional ideas associated with bedrooms tend to be on the serene and soothing end of the design spectrum, but if that approach leaves you yawning, buck the trend and go instead for bold color and pattern. Lively wallpaper can instantly pep up the design of a bedroom, and coordinating your headboard and bedding makes for a cohesive look. Given the more private nature of the space, it can be an ideal place to really have some fun.
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