Bedroom. Monday , May 14th , 2018 - 12:44:44 PM
The master bedroom is the highlight of your house for you. It is your haven to relax and indulge yourself in. So why skimp out on designing this space? Whether you want luxury interior design for your bedroom or something classic and simple, there are a whole host of ideas to create a functional and stylish master bedroom. Let's take a look at some of the most enchanting master bedroom decorating ideas from some of the leading experts in interior design:
When it comes to bed frames you have no shortage of options from wrought iron beds to solid wood frames. Consider your own style and the design you want for the room, this can help you find the bed frame you feel is the best choice based on your specific design needs.
Are you bored of the same old monochromatic walls, and wish to give your bedroom that much-needed makeover? Well, then you'll be surprised at the number of options out there when it comes to renovating the walls of your bedroom. You can go for creative, unusual designs, or stick to a classic look. Bedrooms for young women should be vibrant. Colorful walls, contemporary furniture, and delicate accessories should dominate the interior design. While every woman is going to have her own preferences in regard to color, and the basic appeal of her room, the overall layout should come across as lively and yet, not too loud. You can experiment with colors yes, but ensure that the walls don't become an eyesore. Avoid having a solid theme, so that you can make alterations as and when necessary.
If you aren't going to hire a professional to work on your room, you need to analyze a few things yourself. First, understand the size of your room and its shortcomings or limitations - what you can and cannot have. Decide how much storage you need. Try to focus more on utility than on flamboyance. Remember, less is more. Analyzing the dimensions of your room will help you finalize certain elements when you check the ideas mentioned below. If you have already liked or shopped for certain accessories, incorporate them well, i.e., make space for them while you are designing your room. The gallery below will help you with some ideas.
A dresser is an absolute must. You need storage in the bedroom and when looking at bedroom furniture, always make sure you join storage, even if you have a walk-in robe. You can never have too much storage in the bedroom space with your clothing, shoes and accessories. Choose a dresser that is going to blend in with your bed frame and theme of the room, ensuring the items all complement each other to enhance the space and give you your own sanctuary, a place where you want to relax and enjoy.
This is probably the most common thing everyone thinks of when they think 'bedroom storage'. But what goes wrong with this idea is what we use the under-the-bed drawers for. The best thing to go under the bed would be extra linen, blankets, pillows, bed sheets and pillow covers, curtain sets, drapes, rugs, carpets and things like that. These are not things you need on a daily basis, so it wouldn't be a problem if they went into a less accessible place in the bedroom. When you are going to have guests come over to stay at your place, you can easily just pull the drawer out and arrange for their bedding. Similarly you do not change the curtains or drapes in your room everyday, so this can go under the bed too. However, if you change them regularly - like weekly, or every fortnight - then you can group your curtain and drapes sets into two and keep one of the group in a cupboard. This group can be exchanged for the one under the bed once a month. Simple enough, isn't it?
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