By Jasmine Corentin. Bedroom Design. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 01:21:39 AM.
While you want things to look as simple and clean as possible in a Scandinavian room, too white and clean can have the opposite effect of cozy. It can seem downright sterile, so be sure to add textured colors into the mix, along with natural woods. Black and white photos, neutral toned fabrics and textured colors through foliage set in visible spaces.
The master bedroom is a place where you spend a great deal of time. It is your place where you can retreat from the rest of the house, and even the world, and relax, unwind, sleep, read, watch TV, whatever you like to do in your master bedroom. You want your master bedroom to reflect the way you think and want to feel when you are in it. You want it to be comfortable, yet have a sense of functionality to it so that you can do what you want and need to do in it. The master bedroom is most often, the most personalized room in the house, and you can create your own beautiful haven away from the reset of the house just by what you choose to go in it. Here are some tips for creating your own beautiful master bedroom.
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.
It seems counterintuitive, but the soaring height of a canopy bed can actually make a small bedroom feel larger, and it will certainly up the grandness factor. Adding some draped fabric, either on the sides or along the back and top, amps up the romantic, billowy feel; leaving the canopy structure bare is ideal for a more modern look.
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