By Severine Edmonde. Bedroom Design. Published at Saturday, May 19th, 2018 - 02:48:51 AM.
Bedrooms come in all sizes, and it’s the small-sized bedrooms that can be the most difficult to decorate and figure out how to utilize the space to its optimum. Small spaces are always a challenge to decorate and make the space feel bigger and inviting. Knowing some key points on decorating, can help you not only create a space, and bedroom, that is functional, but is equally as beautiful. Today, more furniture and decorating ideas are geared around small spaces since more people are intentionally moving toward a smaller scaled lifestyle. If you have a small bedroom that you need ideas for, keep reading to learn the top five tips for decorating it.
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.
Lighting plays a big role in any room. The use of natural light can instantly make a room feel bigger and airier. If your room doesn’t have much natural light, try using lighting on different levels, from a small hanging chandelier over the bed, wall sconces, floor lamp and table lamps, to increase the look and feel of the room.
Symmetry is one of the oldest tricks in the designer playbook, and for good reason. The result is a look that’s perfectly pulled together and balanced. Purchasing in twos also reduces the number of decisions you have to make. One exception? Art. Somehow it doesn’t feel right buying identical pieces of art, so instead look for works that are part of the same series but not exactly the same.
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