The first step happens to be removing unnecessary piece of furniture from the room. You will be amazed to see the difference. It will create more space, giving the room a less cluttered and more spacious look. We knowingly or unknowingly tend to stuff the room with a lot of furniture which in turns makes it look occupied. A room overcrowded with furniture and accessories can feel disorganized and cluttered. Be realistic and choose pieces that are an appropriate size for the room.
Remember this simple colour theory: gentle hues of blue, lavender, or green are the best options for your walls instead of bold primary colours, choose soothing shades and a restful palate of monochromatic tones.
The ceiling is the fifth wall in a room, don't overlook it. When you lie in your bed, you see the blank surface. Add a subtle pattern or soft colour or wallpaper on the ceiling. If not, paint the ceiling a slightly lighter version of the wall colour to make an aesthetic balance between the walls and the ceiling. A bedroom should look cosy and simple, sophisticated, and elegant, regardless of what style of decorating you choose.
For ease of movement, leave a minimum of three feet between the bed and side walls or large pieces of furniture and at least two feet between the bed and low furniture like tables and dressers.
Add a mirror to the wall adjacent to or across from a window in the room. This will immediately add more light to the room as the mirror will bounce the natural light around, softening shadows that may have darkened the room before. Furnish your bedroom with only what you need.
A bed, a bedside table or two, a dresser, and chair are necessities. Anything else is clutter. If you have room, place a chest of drawers in the closet. Accessories should be kept to a minimum.
Choose a beautiful piece of artwork, arrange some family photos, add flowers and candles, and leave it alone.
Carpet is the most inviting, warm and cosy looking floor finish for a bedroom, helping you to feel relaxed. Plus, it’s a relief to the tired feet at the end of a long day. If you have tiles or timber on your bedroom floor, make the overall look of the space feel softer and more inviting by adding a soft rug.
For all draperies on the windows and doors, include opaque blinds or drapery lining to keep out the sun when you want to sleep late
These tricks, when applied to any sleeping scheme, will not only make your bedroom look great, they’ll also make bed time even more appealing. It’s not about spending lots of cash but changing your design strategy and refocusing on your priorities.
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