Bedroom. Tuesday , May 16th , 2017 - 09:38:45 AM
Your bedroom should not just be the place where you sleep. Ideally, the space should feel like somewhere you want to spend your free time. One easy way to achieve that is by adding a seating area that you can use when you do not feel like lounging in bed. As with any seating area, it‘s important to identify which function it will fulfill. If you like to curl up with a good book, place a stately armchair next to a bookcase. If you‘re all about catching up on your favorite shows, look for a loveseat or daybed that will give you room to stretch out.
To complement your underlying palette, layer complementary colors and patterns on top of that. For example in a grey and white room, try accenting with yellow accessories. For patterns, lean towards stripes, chevron or solids with large geometric shape(s). When selecting furniture, opt for furniture with clean lines and that‘s non-themed (steer clear of the race car or sleeping beauty beds) and pair with neutral colored essentials such as lamps and window treatments.
Laughing…crying…playing…fighting. A shared sibling bedroom is a beehive of activity and needs. And that means there is a lot for parents to tackle when creating their kids shared bedroom. With twice the amount (or more) of evolving personalities and necessities, it is often a daunting task for parents to accommodate storage, space and the individual style of each child. Here are some helpful tips to overcome common design challenges and create a happy and functional room for your young roommates.
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