Bedroom. Wednesday , March 28th , 2018 - 16:32:52 PM
The cozy timber that encompasses the remainder of the area is brought into the boudoirs table top to proceed the connection of the space. Take a look at this spectacular master suite with an connected washroom, closet space, and even a sun and analysis nook. The glass wall of the washroom lets several of that beautiful all-natural light leak into the space. The blurred lines on the glass add not just a design component to the space, however a bit of personal privacy for the washroom. The bed is certainly center-stage of this master suite. It’s surrounded by a beautiful large head board that works as storage space and lighting.
Make the bed steal the show, depending on your decorative style, your bed can take a back seat to the wall or vice versa. If you would prefer for your bed to steal the show, opt for subtle artwork, neutral toned collections and wall art that will blend subtly but still add texture and patterns. Artwork doesn’t have to be bold and dramatic, and leaving the area bare looks unfinished and bland. Opt for pieces that will draw colors from surrounding walls and will not compete with your bed and bedding.
The master bed wall can say everything: In many homes, architectural features such as niches, built in shelving or alternate materials like wood or metal can draw attention instantly. The focal point of the room becomes a dramatic play of mixing finishes with function. Master bedrooms that have this aesthetic don’t usually need artwork, as the wall becomes all of the visual focal point needed. For a more subtle approach with brick or textured walls, consider painting the wall a subtle shade of white, gray or tan colors to soften the wall.
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