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The perfect bedroom should always be high on style and comfort
A beautiful home’s design may seem effortlessly stylish, but there’s always a secret tip or trick behind each intricate and unique detail. Often, the idea of building the perfect room or renovating a space with designs you’ve always dreamt of may seem like a long-drawn daunting task. However, if you pare these down to the simplest designs, you could create a space that’s more chic than expected. The bedroom is the easiest place to start. Whether you live in a home that’s desperate for a makeover or have a small space simple bedroom design, a few secret ideas will liven up your bedroom’s décor. Here’s a round up of seven best bedroom interior design secrets that are will create a room that’s high on style while being easy to maintain in the long run.
The size of a room largely accounts for the bedroom interior style that will work in the space. The larger or wider the floor plan, the more you can play around with pieces of furniture in the room. If, however, you’re planning for a small bedroom interior design, work out exactly what you need in the space. Avoiding over-hoarding and, in turn, downsizing your décor, leaves you with room to play around with storage and decorating your space with elements of your own personal style. Small bedrooms require a more minimalist interior design approach. While many luxurious bedroom interior ideas will include everything from a king-size bed to a sitting area and working space, it’s easy to forget that the purpose of a bedroom is for rest and relaxation. If you keep that in mind, your bedroom ideas for small rooms may be a blessing in disguise.
Keeping tones and colours in the room light and minimal is always a fool-proof trick for making a small bedroom interior design look larger. To bring in a burst of colour, add some accent pieces or linens in your favourite shade.
When thinking of bedroom ideas for small rooms, another problem that crops up is fitting the décor into an existing layout; especially if you’re living in a rental. The idea here is to work around a small bedroom design like a real-life game of Tetris. Observe what already exists and cannot be removed or modified, measure the area you can play with, and then plan for adding furniture or elements of style within that space.
From the barren area under your bed to the unclaimed breadths of the walls, installing multipurpose furniture to make use of every inch of space available for storage will go a long way.
Another clever idea for adding elements of style around the room, especially if you don’t have the space for it, is making the most of the space on your walls. While the rest of this bedroom is fairly minimal with an all-white colour palette, the colourful art on one wall creates a bright and happy mood. We also love the tangerine throw that brightens up the bed linens.
Most bedroom layouts feature a bed placed in the centre of the wall. But to redefine small bedroom ideas, you can maximize space within narrow floor plans by tucking your bed against the corner of a wall to make way for area to move about in the room. You could even place more furniture or small side tables within this area.
To do away with the room looking too sparse and unplanned, hang interesting elements like wall art or floating bookshelves above the bed to add character. As a visually unusual design element, the bedside tables bedside this bed are purposely mismatched, adding more character and telling a quiet story within the room.
When we think of the epitome of luxurious living, one of the things that come to mind are a luxury five star hotel with it’s plush bedrooms and décor. Perhaps it was the room you stayed in during your last getaway that you’d love to recreate in your own home or you simply want to style a room with designer bedroom furniture to make it the most elaborate room in the house—a five star hotel is a good example when picking your bedroom furniture.
And, the fact that it fits in everything from roomy closets to a bed with bedside tables, a desk, a seating area and an entertainment space with place for additional storage in such a small floor plan is simply a bonus.
Any home renovation or room makeover project needs a reliable and seasoned designer and contractor. While we all dream of a beautiful home, taking time out of our daily schedule and finding the right people to work with is often easier said than done. With this thought in mind, India’s largest paint giant Asian Paints created the Beautiful Homes Service. Enlisting expert interior designers, who’ve worked across the length and breadth of the industry, the Beautiful Homes Service takes care of executing every task in your home renovation from start to finish.
This ensures a hassle-free and time-saving experience for anyone with a vision to remodel their home (or redesign a particular room) but lacks the time or patience to coordinate and project manage between an army of people required to finish the job.
So, you’ve picked the right bedroom furniture to create your perfect bedroom design and style, but how do you pair your furnishings and linens with it? Choosing between different textures and materials—cotton, silk, linen, and more—along with its colour, print and thickness will help to create the mood or aesthetic you’re going for in the space. Light diaphanous linens in pastel colours will add a soothing touch to the room, while thicker, heavier fabrics in warmer tones will lend a richer maximalist look.
Love colour and want to recreate a maximalist bedroom designing idea but are scared of it looking too loud? Take a cue from this bedroom’s style where everything has a red or orangebut are scared of it looking too loud? Take a cue from this bedroom’s style where everything has a red or orange undertone, but still looks tasteful and put together. While the rich wooden four-poster bed dictates the grandeur in the space, the remaining furnishings and fittings are in the same family of hues. This creates decorative layering in the bedroom.
Styling a room can be tricky. And, if the bedroom interior design is big, you’ll need the right décor pieces to tie the entire space together. If you’re looking for interesting or well-designed pieces and furnishings for the best bedroom interior or inspiration for bedroom interior design ideas, step in to an AP Homes store in your city. With a curation of products and solutions from a family of brands, AP Homes is your one-stop shop to create a home or space that tells your unique story. Whether you’re looking to quickly spruce up your home with a few décor updates or undertake an entire renovation, AP Homes houses everything from furniture and furnishings to fixtures and home automation solutions.
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