Bedroom is a special room. It carries something personal, even intimate. It is here, we are freed from not only clothes, but also from a variety of roles and masks that we have to wear and carry through the day.
Here, each of us becomes himself. Bedroom is a place where you can relax, gain strength and vitality. Therefore, it is important to approach the issue of bedroom interior with care, because your well-being throughout the day depends on your bedroom interior.
Secrets of a Comfortable Bedroom
One of the main requirements is the bedroom should be cozy. In addition, you should feel safe in it. It would be better if the room is as far as possible from the front door and the kitchen.
The apartment layout where the bedroom is located not far from the front door is not the best option. Thus, the ideal option is for the bedroom to be away from prying eyes.
Unfortunately, very often small apartment does not allow us the luxury to have a separate bedroom. So it sometimes happens that a bedroom can, for example, serve as a living room, or even as a dining room. In this case you need to use zoning of the room, and to clearly define the boundaries of the bedroom and make it possible to have privacy. You can use a rack, a screen door on rollers or other design techniques.
If a multi-function room has one window, it is better for the windows to be located near the bed area. But make sure not to put the bed very close to the window.
If a beautiful, picturesque landscape opens from your window, you can use a thin tulle, otherwise it is better to close the window with blackout curtains.
It has been proven that all people like to look out the window, so it is very important that there is something beautiful, uplifting outside.
In general, many designers recommend creating bedroom environment on three basic principles: peace, space, simplicity.
Common Mistakes in Bedroom Interior
Speaking about the latest trends in the design of the bedroom, designers advise to avoid the most common mistakes:
Too much with furniture. Use only strictly necessary furniture: bed, wardrobe, bedside tables, dressing table.
Too bright carpets on the floor visually reduce the space. With respect to the walls, designers recommend avoiding carpets that look old-fashioned. A more modern version is using heated floors, and paintings to decorate the walls. But it is also important not to overdo it. If the pictures are big, it is better to have one, maximum two of them. You can also skillfully combine paintings of various sizes and shapes.
Using mirrors on ceilings and walls in the bedroom is not the best option. Psychologists and experts in feng shui, argue that seeing yourself in the mirror is not the best way to start the day.