By Modestine Cerise. Bedroom Design. Published at Wednesday, May 09th, 2018 - 14:34:57 PM.
Your bedroom is your sanctuary and retreat. You want it to be as comfortable and serene as possible so that when you go to it, you can shut the rest of the world out and rest. Decorating your bedroom, or even your child’s bedroom, is what makes it a restful, peaceful room. Curtains are one of the biggest components of a bedroom, and most decorators will tell you that it is the curtains that make the room. They tie everything else in the room, together. Knowing tips on how to choose curtains for your bedroom can help you buy just the right ones that give your room the look, feel, character, and lighting that you want. Here are a few tips when considering which types of window dressings to choose.
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.
Candle chandeliers are a great way to bring a different type of ambiance to the bedroom. Candle chandeliers are most often used in a candelabra-style chandelier to give softer tones of light for those who want the appearance and feel of candle light burning in the room. They can also be adjustable to burn brighter for a harder light, when needed. Many people choose this type of chandelier when they want to create a rustic look in a room. Candle chandeliers can have uncovered candles or covered.
Add décor pieces that reflect who you are and your style. Wall paintings, table and dresser décor pieces, such as flowers, or pictures. Create your own personal getaway with the things that make you feel relaxed, happy, whatever the feel you want to have while you are in your personal retreat, your master bedroom.
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