Bedrooms are incredibly personal things. They reflect more about who we are and what likes, dislikes, likes and even how we live than many of us probably like. However, there are some design tips and tricks that you need to follow when moving in for the first time or wanting to redesign your space.
Size of your furniture
If you are not careful, your bedroom furniture could displace everything else, and if this happens, it doesn’t matter how much you donate, your room will always look cluttered. To avoid this, try:
1. Use a tape measure and a marking tape
When your bedroom is empty, you need to imagine the furniture you want to physically preserve. Use a tape measure, followed by masking or painting tape, using the diameters specified in the product description to create outlines. If you have problems, work backwards. Start with your bed first, and especially your mattress. There are many options, including some environmentally friendly mattresses for the environmentally conscious. Once you’ve made your decision, you can find out how these sizes affect your room. If you want a large bed, see which of the larger sizes – Queen, King, or King of California – fits best. After the bed, you want to add at least one side table and then a chest of drawers.
2nd Think vertically
Where furniture is on your floor is important, but if it’s too high, it won’t fit through maneuvers. For example, a loft bed can be a great way to have a living room and bedroom, but it requires very high ceilings. Always check high furniture for its height.
Light and brightness
After you’ve worked out the layout and size of the furniture, it’s time to think about the brightness. Light is The key to our health and well-beingand if you’re not lucky enough to enjoy a huge room with even larger windows (or more than one), you’ll have to pull out every trick in the book to make it brighter:
1. Use mirrors
Mirrors are one of the best options Reflect lightSo find a large one and place it near the window to brighten up your room.
2nd Reflective objects
Reflective objects can be your furniture, artwork, or anything else that helps reflect light. If it looks shiny and reflects the ceiling lights in the store, you’re good to go.
3rd Bright colors
Dark colors make rooms cozy, but they’re not so good at directing light from the window to the darkest corners of your room. If you want your room to be bright, you should use lighter colors or shades of white for your walls and furniture.
Nobody should tell you the color of the wall, what style sheets you should have, what you should hang on your walls, or even what furniture style you should choose. These should all reflect you and your personal taste. Your bedroom is not an exhibition space and it is your most private and sacred space. Use this guide to ensure that it works and supports your health and wellbeing. Yes, but have fun for everything else!