By Geoffroy Sabrina. Bedroom. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 06:08:47 AM.
Most homeowners prefer matched furniture, but now they are looking for a more personalized and eclectic look by mismatching pieces. This trend allows you to cater each piece to your lifestyle. When mixing furniture, try choosing pieces that have some common elements like type of wood, finish or accents.
Lighting is an integral part of any interior home design, particularly in the bedroom where lighting is important for function and aesthetics. You'll want to add soft, warm lighting to help encourage relaxation, as well as mimic the sun during the darker winter months. In addition to overhead lights, task lighting is very important for bedside tables (so one partner can read, while the other sleeps), walk-in closets, sitting areas and other traditionally inadequately lit spaces. If creating a romantic night is top on the list, than consider controlling your lighting with a dimmer switch.
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.
If you want to retreat to a relaxing space at the end of the day (and who doesn't?), you don't have to invest thousands of dollars for a top-to-bottom makeover. All of these ideas are simple enough to pull off in a day or two and will make a dramatic difference in your room.
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