By Nicephore Claudine. Bedroom. Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 22:04:26 PM.
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.
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.
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.
Master bedrooms, traditionally, have a bit more space to work with. So what better way to utilize that aspect than to enhance the extra square feet? Painting and decorating using neutral tones only will help to widen, lengthen, deepen and breathe even more air into this central spot in the home. Create your very own oasis by dressing your master bedroom in subtly romantic, gorgeous and contemporary shades. Take a peek at some of our favorites!
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