By Jasmine Corentin. Bedroom Design. Published at Friday, May 11th, 2018 - 22:28:43 PM.
Your bedroom is your refuge from the rest of the world. It’s where you go to retreat and get away from the hustle and bustle of the day and relax, so why not make it as tranquil and you possibly can by creating an indoor/outdoor bedroom retreat where you can not only reconnect with your own thoughts, but with nature and the beautiful outdoors. Having an indoor/outdoor bedroom doesn’t have to be difficult to create. With the help of a contractor plus a few other contractor specialists, you can have the bedroom of your dreams where you can wake up to, and go to sleep with nature around you and beautiful visuals of nature.
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.
Your color palette should be of a lower tone with relaxing and muted tones to create a sense of comfort and serene atmosphere. For a few ideas, you may want to paint all four walls the same color, or if there is an added wall or area that is set apart from the main room, use a darker shade of the main wall color, for added dramatic effect. Another way to add dramatic effect is to paint three walls one muted tone color and add a damask-patterned or high-quality foiled wall paper to accent the one wall and create a focal point.
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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