By Jasmine Corentin. Bedroom Design. Published at Friday, April 27th, 2018 - 01:58:14 AM.
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.
Who said a master bedroom had to be all right angles? Placing the room’s biggest piece, the bed, on a diagonal might be your ideal layout. Grounding the headboard against a large folding screen or a faux wall can also be a space-separating trick for those living in an open floor plan or a tiny studio that requires creative solutions for a bit of privacy. Sometimes it’s fun to think outside the box.
Every room needs a focal point, and using that focal point to the advantage of the room is key. A focal point draws the eyes in to it and whatever you choose to use as the focal point should be eye-catching. You can choose to use the bed’s headboard, a picture, window, or chandelier. If you use the head of a bed, try enhancing the headboard with bold-colored throw pillows to draw the eyes in even more. If you choose a window, add eye-catching draperies to make the window pop and make it the center of attention.
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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