As you redesign your bedroom, be sure to consider what both you and your significant other prefer. Your suite is all about you, so don’t worry about using popular trends or appealing to the kids. Because there aren’t many significant remodeling changes to make, figuring out your furniture layout is the biggest decision you need to make. By the time you add dressers, nightstands, armoires and a bed, your space can easily get cramped, so it’s important to figure out what layout provides enough storage yet still leaves open space to move around. Once you’ve settled on furniture, take time to find a color scheme and decorations that reflect your personality. In the end, if adding new decor and furniture isn’t enough, you can turn your bedroom redesign into a renovation by creating your own master suite, complete with sitting room and master bathroom.
For some people, a bedroom is not simply some place to sleep, it’s also a place where they can celebrate their own personality and style. A bedroom is an oasis for personal style and favorite items that you wouldn’t necessarily display in your living room. That makes it a great space for big, bold splashy art or other design elements that inspire you, but might not blend into other areas of your home.
The first room is a spacious urban room with bright city views. Sculpted light fixtures over the side tables as well as in the center of the room give it an industrial vibe while smooth tiled floors have an Italian elegance to them.
There’s a reason why people associate the sea with tranquility and relaxation: the colors of the seaside-pale blues and beige-are naturally soothing for your body and mind. You will be able to relax more easily when you feel like you’re in a natural setting that reflects the essence of the oceans. Paint your walls a soft blue and layer natural textures on your bed in order to recreate the look and feel of the seaside. Keep your floors raw and simple, and use weathered pieces of furniture to give your bedroom a timeless feel.
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