By Guenievre Celeste. Bedroom. Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 11:53:47 AM.
Here, a simple floor to ceiling built-in cupboard looks great and does a magnificent job of hiding all the clothing away, out of sight. This, in turn, leads to the bed being the rightful focal point of the room.
With main lighting in place, it's time to think about what interior designers refer to as 'layered lighting' options. Essentially, what this means is having a number of different ways to add a little practicality or even ambience, so when bright ceiling lights will be a little too much, task lighting comes into its own.
Elegantly shaped, these Nordic-style pieces add some simple charm to the room while keeping the colour scheme clean and neutral. However, they can also function quite perfectly in other areas of the house (like the hallway, as a credenza in the living room, etc.), in case you feel like giving your interiors a makeover and swapping out a few pieces.
The bed is the central feature of a bedroom, but in the absence of a headboard, you can use bedside tables to frame it. To do this, opt for an arrangement of small artworks above the table to create a focal point, effectively framing the bed. This decorating trick also works well where there is only enough space for a small bedside table or two, or a large bedroom with minimal furniture.
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