Add an air of romance And finally, who says a four-poster bed has to be fussy? Contemporary models like this one are all about simple, clean lines. Hmm… anyone else feel a yawn coming on? TELL US… What are your top tips for dressing a bed? Share your secrets and photos in the Comments below.
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This bedroom has coffered ceiling lighting for ambient lighting, spotlights above the bed which contribute to reading in bed task lighting and lighting from above the curtains to add to the atmosphere. – ilir_juniku
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Dont like the color very much, but the rest just calls me, the headboard os PRETTY, I am in love with the chandelier – rebeca_figueiredo
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i like the open bedside tables and the clean lines – vpettibon
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Treat feet Many of us prefer a slightly yielding floor surface in a bedroom to appeal to our sense of comfort. Committing to carpet isn’t compulsory, though, and rugs can cover the area beside the bed and the remaining circulation spaces.
Layering them, as in this teen bedroom, means it’s possible to use the shapes that fit the different areas of the room, and even different colours and motifs, but still create a cohesive look.
Bring on the bright lights This contemporary apartment offers sweeping views across London through its floor-to-ceiling windows. That high up, you shouldn’t have to worry about inquisitive neighbours, either.
Punchy palettes get our attention – Who could fail to take a second look at this knockout room? While the ornate furniture and fittings are kept fairly simple in white (if simple is the right term for a crystal chandelier, candle wall sconces, bird lamp bases and a decorative bed frame), the walls are left free to zing.
The trick to pulling off this look successfully and ensuring your space looks chic and cocoon-like, but not claustrophobic, is to paint your walls a dark dramatic colour and lighten the look by keeping your ceiling crisp white, then use lighter tones for your furniture and decor.
While your interior will have a cosy vibe, the bright white ceiling will give the illusion of height and ensure the space feels light and airy overhead and not too closed in.
If you share your home with kids or housemates, having a room that’s just for you can be essential to your well-being. Don’t waste the space in a big master bedroom; put it to work — include a mini living room with a comfy armchair, a TV or space in which to practice an instrument or do crafts.
Beautiful Bedroom Sitting Areas.
Use as a feature wall – Black has long been a favoured shade in teenage bedrooms, but these days it’s cropping up just on feature walls, rather than covering floor to ceiling. In a narrow space like this room, it adds depth and draws the eye towards the furniture, rather than the window, which helps the room to feel less corridor-like.