By Severine Edmonde. Bedroom Design. Published at Saturday, May 19th, 2018 - 09:43:15 AM.
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.
When it comes to a small bedroom, you can choose to create a room that’s either dark and cozy, or bright and airy. Your color scheme will set the tone for the room and can add visual square footage. For a bigger, more open feel, choose light colors for the walls and use the features of the room, and the furniture for adding a burst of color and boldness. Bold and bright colored throw pillows and draperies can add flare to the room. For more color, add a brightly colored piece of art deco on the wall to give your room character.
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.
Storage is usually tight in a small bedroom. You will want to be creative with your storage if you are lacking. Ideas for storage in a small bedroom include, use a decorative chest for a nightstand to store items or clothing, or place an ottoman under a window or at the foot of the bed for seating as well as holding winter clothes. Storage, or sweater boxes can be slid under a bed. If the bed is too low, try setting the frame up on risers and add a bed skirt that flows to the floor, to hide what’s underneath.
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