By Modestine Cerise. Bedroom Design. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 01:30:06 AM.
Your outdoor bedroom can be as open as you want or just a small outdoor extension of your main bedroom. Literally, the sky’s the limit to what you can do to create a great extension of your bedroom that allows you to enjoy the outdoors while spending time in your own bedroom.
Lighting is a big part of the feel in a master bedroom. You can create various types of lighting in your master by having different types of lighting sources. Natural light makes the room open, airy and cheery, while table lamps can give the room a cozier feel. An elegant chandelier over the master bed gives you over all, room lighting for brighter lighting. Wall sconces and floor lamps help to light up areas that are dim or darkened.
Choosing neutral tones for your bedroom is where it begins. You want to enhance a simplistic appeal, and overstated, loud or vibrant colors can disrupt the peace of a bedroom when trying to create an unassuming look and feel. White on white is very basic, clean, sophisticated and breathable. Black and white together, something that mimics a black and white photo, is the right angle of a Scandinavian look. Beiges, tans, creams, and grey, all work well with simple chic and cozy, for this design. An idea is to cover your walls in a light gray and make them pop with all white trim. Or use one wall as a focal point, for instance, the wall behind the bed could be painted an outdoorsy color while retaining the rest of the walls white.
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.
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