By Jasmine Corentin. Bedroom Design. Published at Saturday, May 12th, 2018 - 12:29:40 PM.
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.
For a bedroom needing that last layer of personality, a few trad-leaning moments might be just the thing. Layered atop simple furnishings, details such as monograms, Greek key patterns, or toile can ground the bedroom with just the right amount of design gravitas without feeling overly staid.
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.
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.
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