By Rosemonde Celeste. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, February 17th, 2018 - 04:03:26 AM.
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.
The bedroom is a great place to display some favorite keepsakes or memorabilia that may be too personal to display in other parts of your home, like your wedding invitation or pressed flowers from your first prom or a baseball your dad caught at your first professional game. Surrounding yourself with these items can only create a positive vibe for you when you're in your private retreat.
Before planning out your new master bedroom design, take some time to look at different bedrooms that inspire you and try to incorporate the "best of" ideas into your own room. It's not a bad idea after you do most of the research to hire an interior designer to pull it all together for you. Just remember — it's your personal room, so you don't have to please anyone but yourself.
Choose a corner and use it to create a budget wardrobe and dressing area. Take a cue from clothing boutiques and opt for a walk-in arrangement made from a hanging rail and curtains – a casual, purse-friendly alternative to a wooden wardrobe. Choose sheer curtains in a single-tone pattern and hang from a slender track. Bring in a floor-standing clothes rail to store all those pretty dresses and snazzy suits.
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