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For Your Bedroom Design!
Hey, Daymond here! Did you know that we spend one-third of our lives in bed? Isn't that enough reason to invest in a nice bedroom design that turns your bedroom into a space for optimal relaxation? Here are some tips for designing the bedroom of your dreams!
Make a bedroom design mood board
Your bedroom design should be well-balanced. Wall paint, curtains and pieces of furniture should create one agreeable atmosphere. Objects and materials that look beautiful separately, do not necessarily do so together. That’s why you should start your bedroom design by making a mood board.
There are many ways to make a small bedroom look more spacious. You can use wall mirrors, for example, or choose light paint colors for the walls and ceiling. You can also hang long curtains, that reach the floor and cover more windows at once. Hotels use this trick very often.
Use spheric lighting
Lighting can change the atmosphere of a room in one second. In addition to basic ceiling lighting, you should also install spheric lights. A nice touch is to have those enabled to turn off and on from your bed!
Choose light wall colors
Colors have an important effect on our mindset. In the bedroom, you should choose colors that evoke peace and tranquility. Neutral grey shades or light colors tend to be most suitable.
Did you include a cool, designer wall paper on your moodboard? Good! Then you might want to apply it to the wall behind your bed. That way, it will be out of sight when you lie in the bed, and it won't disturb you when you lie awake.
Use soft materials
To create a peaceful and tranquil space, as we mentioned earlier, where you can relax, make sure you pick soft fabrics and warm materials. Use silk, fleece, wool, and wood. If you have cold floor tiles in your room, then cover them with a nice carpets.
Less is more
Home decorations make your place look cozy, but don’t overdo it! A few well-chosen eyecatchers are better than a lot of decoration. Choose objects with geometric forms instead of heavily ornamented objects, to create more peace.
AgentsDFW by way of Daymond E. Lavine,