A bedroom should be serene, relaxing, comfortable, comfortable…the list may change with the time that you are decorating. But decorating a master bedroom can be as many thought process as you’re going through here, and the key to a most successful and relaxing master bedroom is to let your personality shine! Here are some tips and tricks for making a master bedroom feel, indeed, completely at home.
The “good” master bedroom always has its “good” name. And when that phrase gets thrown into the mix, it’s both a domino effect as well as a design statement. If you’re one of those people who love a DIY, then you’re probably excited to try some variations on this subject. I won’t be trying too hard to teach you how to DIY a master bedroom.
First of all, recognize the importance of letting the room feel light and airy when the walls are plastered. A skylight could effectively help in this endeavor, if the white ceiling helps. Check out this tutorial for a quick and easy way to get this one right.
Second, let’s talk about storage. There are two ways you can go when decorating a master bedroom. You can either really love it or you can completely hate it! I mean, really love the idea of having something hidden tucked away. This leather master bed in particular is proof of that.
And I don’t mean clutter, just go look at that closet you’ve created for the master bedroom. It’s the perfect way to keep clutter at bay and to make the room look a little bit less dingy but more stylish. (Although it’s your own, I’m guessing.)
Kitchen Cabinets – It’s hard not to love the kitchen. This tiny kitchen deserves to be surrounded by goodness in its own right. But the fact that you can go for a small pantry that doubles as laundry care simplified things a bit more, in my opinion.
Open Shelving – This is a key feature of any master bedroom. If you’ve got the space to itself, open shelving will maximize aesthetic appeal and make the room have an organized purpose, in addition to more functionality.
Slim Floor – I love the look of barely vaultized but still be able to feel the room’s overall sense of style. And it’s a perfect fit for young families that want to collect anything and everything and everything and.
Bathroom – This is another space that could use some of your extra-large paint chip pretty much everywhere. Flooring chess with moulding, floating sinks, towels, even overhead vent pipes and a few extra pieces.
Living Room – A combination of warm and cool tones will be your key for the living room. This living room is perfect for family nights as it allows for comfortable times during the kids’ days, too. And you can let the occasional guest into the living room, just to get them out of bed in the early morning!
The Kitchen – This master bedroom to the family room, which basically acts as the crossing areas of the home. With the veining smooth grey as the backdrop, the stainless steel appliances and the dark slate tile flooring work beautifully as a distinct feature of the room.
Bedroom – This little nook is where your cares will happen, little by little. This master bedroom is particularly interesting. Featuring an interesting pattern and two-toned walls with white ash wood strips, it is a bedroom without theme at its touch.
Playroom – Adaptive reuse – as the answer to passive lifestyles in nature, the play area of the play room implies a significant electric energy use during functions such as cleaning, heating, water and more. This residence is a good example of efficient multi use: multi-purpose – when a kid wants to use his one-hundred nail bits to keep his socks clean, a smaller instrument starts the electric cycle and ready to start again!
Library – Where color does not necessarily come from nature, but it is by simply selecting a story-setting setting and pouring bright, vibrant colors on the walls and floors, the space will give the child the perfect uplifting mood. As soon as he reaches the window it is just me sitting on the floor in a comfortable sofa in company of his little book and wishing you a very cold winter.