Published at Saturday, March 14th, 2020 - 04:16:24 AM. Bedding. By Thierry Giraud.
Figuring out the furniture layout is the most important decision. Your space can easily get cramped with clothes, bedding's and furniture. So it becomes very essential to figure out that what layout provides enough storage and still leaves for you space to easily move around. Once you decide on furniture decide on furnishings for your bedroom. Experiment with colors for your walls, art pieces, bed and bedding's, rugs and the comforters and linens. If your bedroom space is big enough to add something inventive then complete designing with a sitting room, master bathroom and a walk in closet. A bedroom is not only a space to sleep, but also a place where you can relax with activities like reading, writing and listening to good music. You can add a personal relaxing chair and a comfortable table to the bedroom for reading and writing. A sofa or a coffee table is also a good idea for designing your bedroom. Add a fireplace or a coffee or wet bar to the room. This would help you mostly in winters.
Even though deciding on the color scheme are often personal issues there are some colors which are more relaxing and better suited for your sleeping spot. Brighter colors may lead to a better mood but may also keep you awake for a longer time at nights. Avoid dark and dull colors for your bedroom. If you love using colors like blue, red and brown for your furnishings then go for fresh and light colors for bedroom walls. Furniture in this room generally looks good in brown. However you can experiment with other colors if you want a different look for your space. Try to use bedding's with fresh colors. Fresh colors make you feel happy and contended. Bedroom will look bigger and better with pink, purple, white, cream and yellow colors. Experiment with printed stuff for your bed sheets and curtains. Go with combinations of your choice. Use ultra soft materials for your bed sheets and pillows. Do not hesitate to mix and match.
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