5 Ways To Bring Out The Best In Your BedroomFurnishings
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Bedrooms are intimate spaces, most times becoming your favourite part of the house and a personal haven. And for such an important role it should be treated with extra effort, so here are some suggestions you can try to bring out the best in your bedroom!
1. Let Light In
Natural light is a very important aspect of any space, and it makes all the difference to a room. The best method would be to keep window treatments to a minimum, and allow as much natural light in as possible.
Of course sometimes it's impossible to leave windows completely bare, since you'll need your privacy from time to time. Attach double layered opaque curtains or curtains doused in a lighter shade, so they won't hinder the brightness of your room too much.
2. Headboard Storage
We've got a method that helps both the aesthetic and storage issues within your bedroom. Get yourself a quirky headboard, one that consists of shelves, so it adds a unique vibe plus you'll have extra space to display your stuff.
Usually these are impossible to find, so you may need to customize a bed and/or headboard for this. Alternatively, you could also get a bed without the headboard, then purchase an accompanying shelf of the same colour.
3. Customized Furniture
We know it's more costly than store bought furniture, but sometimes investing in a few made to measure pieces can benefit the outlook of your bedroom. This ensures nothing in your room sticks out awkwardly, or falls short of a few inches.
Also, this is particularly helpful if you live in smaller spaces, since sometimes store bought furniture can leave you with too little space to move around. Customizing the size of your furniture allows you to cut a few inches down so everything won't end up being so cramped.
4. Create A Focal Point
When you start envisioning your dream room, begin with a focal point. This allows you to revolve ideas around it, instead of ending up with one too many concepts and having everything clash when you attempt to blend them together.
It could be an interesting bed and sheets, a feature wall, or even a standout rug. And since you're starting off with a strong focal point, make sure to tone your other furniture down a notch. This way, you won't end up with too many elements battling for attention.
5. Be Dynamic
We know it's easy to get carried away while browsing through store catalogues and their interior mockups. You end up getting tempted to buy almost all your furniture from the same place, recreating the effect you're seeing in their brochures.
But that's not ideal, since your bedroom will end up looking too one dimensional. Instead, we'd encourage you to use the catalogue as a primary source of inspiration while scouring the internet for other related visuals.
Purchase your bedroom furniture from various stores instead of just one, and using your newly found references you'll slowly realize the bedroom starts building its own personality since your selections are now more dynamic.
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