Bedroom. Wednesday , March 28th , 2018 - 16:36:59 PM
Your bedroom shouldn’t just be the place where you sleep. Ideally, the space should feel like somewhere you want to spend your free time. One easy way to achieve that is by adding a seating area that you can use when you don’t feel like lounging in bed. As with any seating area, it’s important to identify which function it will fulfill. If you like to curl up with a good book, place a stately armchair next to a bookcase. If you’re all about catching up on your favorite shows, look for a loveseat or daybed that will give you room to stretch out.
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.
Choosing classic colors for the investment pieces while adding decorative accent items in bold colors and patterns is the secret to a well-designed bed that is versatile all year. With this design approach to your bedding, you can change the look of your bedroom quickly and affordably as the season or mood changes. For example, you may want to have a white bed foundation with a selection of tropical blue accents in the summer and warm rich accents including a faux fur throw for the winter like the images below.
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