By Modestine Cerise. Bedroom Design. Published at Tuesday, May 01st, 2018 - 10:36:18 AM.
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.
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.
Hanging your curtains at the right height can make or break the look of the window, and even the entire room. Many people think curtains should be hung right at the top of the window or just above the trim, however, curtains should actually be hung approximately 6 inches above the window trim to help add height to the window and create a grandeur visual appeal to the windows and the curtains.
If pattern and bold colors aren’t your thing, but you are looking to create a show-stopping master bedroom, consider inky black walls. Ebony has been popping up in bedrooms more and more, almost always with bright white headboards. The result? An urbane look that’s cool and confident. White lampshades can turn into sculptural moments against the black backdrop. As for rugs and bedding, consider pieces that pull in a bit of black to tie the look together.
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