Designing a bedroom is a slightly tricky, artful and crafty affair, as it is really important to keep in mind the fact that you are going to be in the room of the design you choose, EVERYDAY! In today’s era, designing a bedroom has become quite a popular profession. Anything which is designed by professional interior designers looks eye-catching, different and creative. Bedroom is the basic foundation of the house as it is the most sacred, calm, soothing and peaceful place to be in. As we know, bedroom is a place to relax and lean so it should be designed in such a way it should take away all the worries, frustrations and stresses of our daily life. The busy lives with family, friends and work, our bedroom is the place we go to unwind and escape daily life. When done right, a bedroom is a stress-free private refuge full of calming colors, relaxed bedding and plush pillows.
Designing a bedroom does not require tricks or skills that take years to master, anyone can do it . Although you can do it yourself too, there are a range of services that offer similar solutions. Here are some key tips to follow, while making your own cozy haven.
The ceiling is probably the first thing you see when you wake up from your deep slumber in the morning. From the coziness and comfort of your bed, to wake up to something perfect and beautiful right above you is what you would love for sure. There are a lot of styles and patterns of ceiling depending on certain factors – the size and shape of the room, the overall height of the room, the theme around which the room is designed, and your personal preference is extremely important when you choose a ceiling design
This is particularly true of ceiling designs for bedrooms that if they are too heavy they can weigh down on you or can add coziness if they are designed well. Keep it simple and comfortable, so that you can provide a tranquil environment.
The next on the list is the floor-there are many options to suit your taste, style and theme of the room and most important your budget. Marble, granite, tiles, laminates and hardwood are most commonly used and preferred around the globe. While choosing the flooring one must weigh the pros and cons of different types of floors and should keep in mind the climate of the place. Wooden floor imparts warmth and suits colder climates whereas the natural stone flooring aids in keeping the space cool and is good for warmer climates.
Lighting is an extremely significant aspect to be considered while designing a bedroom. A proper lighting echoes the ambiance and sets the mood. The position of the sun can even affect your room in many ways ,place windows to take advantage of natural sunlight to add energy in your room.
Decorative lamp placed beside the bed enhances the beauty of your room. The lighting bedroom should be in such a way that there is enough illumination in every part of your room. Add general ambient lighting and some lower lighting, like table lamps, for interest. You can also place some tube lights, chandeliers or decorative bulbs, depending upon the size of your room.
Bedroom walls- the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see at night.
Although the color scheme depends upon your personal style and choice but the right color could have a huge influence on your mood. Color theorists suggest that green is soothing and refreshing, red is energizing and yellow is optimistic and cheerful, but everyone reacts differently to color so it is important to choose a color scheme that makes you feel good. Studies have found that people with blue bedrooms often get more sleep because of the calmness .Brighter colors may lead to a better mood, but it also might keep you up longer at night. There are thousands of paint colors with various tones, shades and tints. And each one looks different from place to place, because light sources vary, meaning what looks good in your friend’s home might not in your own .So choice a color scheme wisely depending on your own room’s requirements and needs
Choosing furniture and decorative accessories
Give your room some breathing space
One should always keep in mind the total space in the room while choosing the furniture. Always resist overcrowding a bedroom. If you are working with a tight budget then won’t need to fill up a room with lots of furniture. Spend more of your money on fewer but better-quality pieces, and your bed room will look better than if it’s stuffed to the gills with flea market finds.
Avoid repetition If all the furniture and furnishings in a bedroom, are the same color, height and style, the room will look dull, boring and static – and it will feel like it was furnished in just one day, from one shop!
Vary the scale What looks good at the shop may look like an elephant in your bedroom when you bring it home or it’s too tiny to be significant. So always vary scale and proportion.
Start from scratch
If starting a bedroom from scratch, first consider selecting big-ticket items , then build your color scheme of your room around them. The bed should inform the look of the rooms, so make it the starting point and then accordingly check the proportions of all other items against this necessary item.
In a small space, keep the sofa neutral, shallow, and with slightly taller legs which will make your room feel larger. For large bedrooms, wide, deep, circular and bold patterned, and even textural sofas will all work to enhance the volume.
Cut down your collectible
Don’t hang on to a piece that just doesn’t fit. Does not matter whether it is gifted to you by your sister or best friend f it’s not working for you, then find a new place for it (maybe in a different room)
Personality is what makes a bedroom great. Make your own statement and have fun. The more you try and experiment with your choices, the more you will begin to see what works and what doesn’t.
Good for health
The quality of the bedroom and how you arrange it has a huge impact on our well being. So love your bedroom and it will love you back, again and again!
Following are some breathtaking and exquisite bedroom design ideas for you.Have a look at them.
Design Idea Credits: BHG.com