By Modestine Cerise. Bedroom Design. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 01:30:06 AM.
An eye-catching headboard can easily act as the focal point for a master bedroom, and sometimes it’s all the boom-pow you need. Solid bold-color headboards look great in shapely styles with fun detailing, such as button tufting. A patterned headboard works in either unique or simple shapes. If you know the bed is where you want the attention to be, starting with the headboard and then letting it inform your other pieces in the room is a great approach.
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.
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.
Glass chandeliers give the owner a variety of choices and are the most well-rounded style that allows the owner to go as modest or classy in the decoration scheme as they want to. You can dress up the chandelier with luxurious glass covers, or use a more modern cover to give the room a less ambiguous look. Your decoration theme of the room should dictate what type of glass covers to use.
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