By Tiphanie Sylviane. Bedroom. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 18:50:34 PM.
A popular trend for master bedrooms is the desire to cater to both partners. Rather than create one common space, many of the spaces are divided to accommodate the needs and style of each person. This is particularly true when it comes to the bathroom. Most couples would prefer separate bathrooms, but if cost and space are a consideration try adding twin sinks and storage space. Almost considered a necessity are his and hers closets.
Assign a decorative role to bed clothes rather than walls in an awkwardly shaped room and you’ll save money on tricky decorating. Let attractive sheets and stylish bed linen be the instruments of pattern, colour and texture. Keep the palette narrow and the prints controlled so it’s easy to mix and match across furniture without confusing the eye.
Revamp an old headboard with a fun, photo-motif fabric. Choose a modern design unusual enough to take pride of place in a minimal bedroom. Because you’re only covering a headboard, the outlay for fabric shouldn’t be big. Paint walls white to let the fabric print stand out and lift the look with a touch of lime using two citrus cushions and curtains. Dress the bed with plain linen to continue the white scheme.
A wall of custom built-in closets is any homeowner’s dream, but that’s not to say function should come before style. In addition to providing ample storage, these units feature subtle moulding that adds architectural presence to the bedroom. Similar built-in wardrobes also flank the hallway that leads to the ensuite.
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