By Tricia Kane. Bedding. Published at Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 - 02:03:49 AM.
The bedroom is a place that is supposed to offer relaxation and rest. The bedroom should be able to offer the best sleep so that you can have a cozy night and wake up refreshed. There is no limit to the décor ideas of the bedroom so you can get as creative as you want. But while decorating the bedroom you should make sure that there is a balance between aesthetics and comfort.
Adding lighting sources: If you want the bedroom to feel like a bedroom of a five-star hotel then you need to pay attention to the lighting sources. The lighting plays a significant role in determining the feel and atmosphere of the room. If you want to create a relaxing and soothing atmosphere then you should make sure you use recessed lighting. Add side lamps to get task lighting. Installing dimmers will allow adjusting the intensity of the overhead lighting according to your preference. Add mirrors so that the light bounces off around the bedroom. it will make the bedroom look comfortable and warm. If you have a small bedroom the mirrors will make it look spacious as well.
Sneak In Storage: When decorating little bedrooms, each square inch is possible storage. It's true that you can stash sweater boxes beneath the bed, but if you enhance the mattress frame on cubes and add a voluminous skirt, you can conceal a set of luggage beneath there. Place a storage ottoman below the window to hold extra bedding. Use a chest as a bedside table to gain drawer space. In regards to organizing a little bedroom, take advantage of your closet with an organizer program. And look for wall space where you could hang a bookshelf.
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