Having a spacious bedroom is everyone’s dream, while the reality is crucial especially for those live in large cities. However, it is still possible to ‘live big on small footage’. Today, we will show you some creative ideas of ‘How to live big out of small’. Here are some tips to keep in mind:
- Less clutter and organize your stuff
- Use light color instead of darker hue
- Use save-spacing, multi-functional or wall-mounted furnitures
- Mirror is a great help to expand your room
- Make sure of the height of your room, or make your bed in air
Okay, enough talking and let’s look at some examples below to give some visual ideas.
Dark color bedroom might not be common choice. However, if you are one of those people enjoy sleek, modern and maybe a bit cold feeling of bedroom, dark color probably is the color you should go. You can easily create dark atmosphere by just painting your wall. But if you want to go even further, you can also get dark color floor, light fixtures, furniture and decoration. However, when we talk about dark color, we don’t really mean to have everything in dark color. Actually, we do suggest you having a splash of color such as red, green or golden in your dark setting which actually makes your room standing out. Take a look at our collection below. Hope you get some ideas to spend less time and money to create your personal space.
“The Little Pilot”, designed by BRANI & DESI, is a room for a little boy who loves the idea one day to become a pilot. He loves to build airplanes and stories about famous pilots.
Retreating to a beautiful bedroom that offers sanctuary from the stresses and strains of everyday life is always a relaxing option, especially when a weekend away is not on the cards anytime soon. Transforming your own bedroom into a haven of peace and tranquillity need not be expensive. You can incorporate luxury items such as opulent silk curtains and a stunning sleigh bed by sourcing these second hand from sites such as http://www.ebay.co.uk.
There you can pick up a set of silk curtains along with tie-backs and pelmet, perhaps from a French chateau or smart English house, for a fraction of the cost of new furnishings. Some alterations may be needed, but there are plenty of companies who will take up curtains for you to fit a more modest house.