Bedroom Design Ideas

Bedroom Design Ideas

The fact that bedrooms are personal spaces often shared with another person makes decorating tricky. One crucial tip to keep in mind as you consider bedroom ideas is to forego popular trends or styles in favor of what makes you happy. If there aren’t any significant bedroom remodeling changes, determining your furniture layout is the first (and biggest) decision you will need to make. Once you’ve settled on a bedroom layout, take the time to select colors and decor that reflect your personality, but also take into consideration the serene nature of a bedroom. If adding new decorations and furniture isn’t enough of an aesthetic change, you can turn your bedroom makeover into a full blown remodel by creating your own master bedroom suite, complete with a sitting room and master bathroom. How do I pick bedroom colors and decorating ideas?Although your bedroom color scheme is often a personal opinion, there are some paint colors that are more relaxing and better suited for your sleeping area. Studies have found that people with blue bedrooms often get more sleep because of the calmness it elicits. Brighter colors may lead to a better mood, but they also might keep you up longer at night. If you have a significant other with opposing tastes, consider master bedroom colors falling within the neutral range — such as variations of green, gray or brown — to keep everyone happy. Sharing many bedroom pictures that you’ve saved to your ideabook can be a great way to help your significant other get a sense of your bedroom remodeling ideas. If you’re looking for feng shui bedroom design ideas, then consider that it’s recommended you use warm earthy colors to create a welcoming environment, or softer blues and greens to create a tranquil ambiance. Bright colors, such as fuchsia and orange, are too stimulating in huge blocks, so use them as accents around the room to brighten up the space and provide hints of passion, an important part of a romantic bedroom. When it comes to bedroom decorating ideas, your options are endless. When nailing down your bedroom design, it’s helpful to start by tackling the more permanent things, like furniture. Artwork and photographs that put you at ease are a great addition (although some advise against having family photos around, as they can hinder that “sexy bedroom” vibe), and mirrors are a must-have if you use the space for dressing. When considering bedroom ideas, bedding is always important — your duvet and decorative pillows should play nicely with the paint color and bedroom wall decor, but can also be swapped out easily, which makes it easy to incorporate an interesting print or texture. Lastly, add some accessories to style your nightstand or dresser; just be careful not to go overboard — too many knickknacks can make your room feel cluttered and disorganized, which can actually cause sleep trouble. If you keep these bedroom decorating ideas and color considerations in mind you should be well on your way to creating the perfect bedroom design. How do I determine my bedroom layout?By the time you add dressers, nightstands, armoires and a bed, your sleeping space can easily get cramped — this is why figuring out the proper layout is essential to achieving the ideal bedroom design. The ultimate goal is to create a room that provides enough storage, yet still has enough space to move around. Before you buy a new furniture set, be sure to consider the bedroom size. Even though you might need three dressers and two nightstands in your bedroom, you might not have the space for them. Measure the furniture and visualize or tape out where it will go so you can judge what will actually fit. Be sure to leave plenty of walking space, and double check that drawers and cabinets have enough room to open properly. When picking a spot for your bed, consider all the windows and doors. Placing a bed underneath a window or close to the door can be a bad idea, especially for light sleepers, as even the smallest crack of light can cause sleep disturbance. When it comes to feng shui bedrooms, a free-flowing layout is crucial. The ideal placement for your bed is as far away from the door as possible, but still in a position that lets you see the entrance; usually, the corner diagonally across from the door is the best spot. Try and avoid having your head under a window due to the ebb and flow of energy going in and out; this causes disturbed and interrupted sleep. Do not position your bed so as to have your feet point out the door while you’re sleeping; this is called the “Death Position” as the deceased are carried out feet first, and sleeping this way is said to drain your life force. How can I create a master bedroom suite?For those looking for a master bedroom ideas to create an oasis, consider adding a sitting room, master bathroom and walk-in closet. Create your own personal reading nook by adding a relaxing chaise lounge or sofa. In your master bedroom suite you can even have a fireplace, wet bar or coffee bar for cold winter nights and chilly mornings. Finally, ensure you get time in the bathroom every morning by installing one just for you. You can add a relaxing bathtub and makeup vanity for a complete getaway from it all, and also incorporate a good-sized closet in your master bedroom design.
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Bedroom Design Ideas

By Kelsey Kloss Feb 9, 2017 Small bedrooms can have a big impact with the right design. View Gallery 21 Photos 1 of 21 2 of 21 3 of 21 4 of 21 5 of 21 6 of 21 7 of 21 8 of 21 9 of 21 10 of 21 11 of 21 12 of 21 13 of 21 14 of 21 15 of 21 16 of 21 17 of 21 18 of 21 19 of 21 20 of 21 21 of 21 1 of 21 A light palette visually opens up the small master bedroom of Paris fashion star Andrew Gn’s Right Bank apartment. The 1950s rug is Swedish, the custom-made nightstands are by Benoit Langlade, and 1970s lamps flank the bed. The coverlet is by Le Rideau de Paris and the armchair is Danish. Björn Wallander 2 of 21 A New York collector fills his bedroom with eye-catching items, lending excitement to every corner of the little space. The bedroom’s rug is from J&D Oriental Rugs, the crewel bedspread was bought in a thrift shop and the English tufted-leather chest was found on 1stdibs. The French lantern is from David Stypmann Co. Simon Upton 3 of 21 Earthy tones make two New York designers’ Marrakech riad feel cozy rather than cramped. The master bedroom’s rug was found in a souk. The bed is dressed with a blanket and linens by Matteo and pillow shams by Libeco, the floor lamps are by Lilah Spirit and the drawing is by Raffone. Richard Powers Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 21 In this Southhampton cottage, fashion designer Lorry Newhouse saturated the walls in whimsical patterns. The wallpaper in the bedroom and the fabric for the chair, bed skirts and curtains are by Rose Cumming. The coverlet and shams are by Matouk and the prints and mirror are Victorian. Simon Upton 5 of 21 A quaint study area and two small beds fit perfectly in the guest room of this Virginia Tupker-designed carriage house. The curtains are of a Les Indiennes cotton and the rug is a vintage Indian dhurrie. The custom beds are dressed with spreads from Chelsea Textiles. Mikkel Vang Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6 of 21 In this French home, the fabric used for a bedroom’s wall covering, canopy and coverlet is from Pierre Frey, and adds ample texture to the tiny space. The bed is Directoire. Roger Davies Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 of 21 In hair stylist Sally Hershberger’s room, photographs create a pyramid shape, giving the small room depth. A Herb Ritts photograph of the Dalai Lama’s hands is centered above the bed. William Waldron 8 of 21 A Jean Royère sconce and Bill Blass sketches decorate the wall in the colorful bedroom of the daughter of fashion designer Reed Krakoff. Art on the wall gives the small space clean lines, preventing a cluttered look. The suede-upholstered ottomans are by Coach. William Abranowicz 9 of 21 A Rose Tarlow Melrose House fabric drapes the custom-made bed in the master bedroom of this Cape Cod cottage, making the small room seem a tad grander. The bedding is from John Derian, and the painting is by John Dowd. Douglas Friedman Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10 of 21 In the quaint master bedroom of Larry Laslo’s Palm Beach bungalow, the bedside tables, lamps, canopy and bedding are by Laslo. The stylish headboard is custom made; the table is by Christian Astuguevieille, and the photographs are by Irving Penn. Eric Piasecki Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 11 of 21 The wallcovering, curtains and bedcover in this guest room in a Netherlands home are a classic toile de Jouy. The headboard is custom-made, and the side table is vintage. Simon Upton 12 of 21 In the compact guest bedroom of a London townhouse, hotelier and designer Kit Kemp used a black-and-white Brunschwig & Fils toile de Jouy for the walls, canopy, pillows and bedding, adding texture while maintain a clean, monochromatic color scheme. The artwork is by Dick Bixby, and the faux-shagreen table is Kemp’s own design. Simon Upton Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 13 of 21 In designers Amy and Todd Hase’s Hamptons home, a tiny guest room is turned into a grand experience by way of an elaborately carved and gilded Qing dynasty wedding bed. Roger Davies 14 of 21 In Brazilian architect and designer Sig Bergamin’s Paris home, an 18th-century fabric fragment hangs above the guest-room bed. The chair is Indian and the wall is upholstered in a cotton by Fabricut. William Abranowicz 15 of 21 Home designer Michael Maher made the most of his small guest room by tucking twin beds under the eaves of the room. Maher designed the upholstered headboards and the coverlets are antique matelassé. William Abranowicz Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 16 of 21 In the historic 19th-century London house of Milan-based design duo, Roberto Peregalli and Laura Sartori, a small guest bedroom’s headboard, bed skirt, coverlet and wall covering are all of the same Braquenié cottons. The pillows are covered with 19th-century Fez broderie. Simon Upton 17 of 21 New York City-based decorator Alex Papachristidis designed two twin beds, upholstered in a Mokum fabric, for the charming guest room in his London apartment. The side table is by John Dickinson. Simon Upton 18 of 21 Ceramist Amanda Moffat’s Brooklyn townhouse has a big dose of personality with saturated colors, intricate patterns and an array of treasured heirlooms, and the attic bedroom is no exception. The Louis Vuitton trunk in the attic bedroom belonged to Moffat’s mother, the bed is dressed in Coyuchi linens, the 19th-century chair is from John Derian and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Decorator’s White. William Waldron Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 19 of 21 In Ralph Lauren executive Buffy Birrittella’s East Hampton home, the bed in the master bedroom is from the Sundance Catalog. It is dressed with Ralph Lauren Home linens and an antique American quilt. The blanket chest and Tramp Art mirror are vintage, the sconces are by Ralph Lauren Home and the bedside table is custom made. Björn Wallander 20 of 21 In a couple’s 19th-century villa high in the hills on the isle of Capri, even the home’s smaller spaces offer an easygoing, contemporary retreat. In the tiny guest room, an installation of porcelain roses is by Art et Floritude. The marble tub is antique, and the floor is paved with travertine tiles. Gaelle Le Boulicaut Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 21 of 21 For more bedroom decorating ideas, follow ELLE DECOR on Pinterest. Megan Tatem Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Next 10 Best Bedroom Decor Tips For An Impeccably Styled Room Skip Ad Advertisement – Continue Reading Below

Bedroom Design Ideas

Bedroom Design Ideas
Bedroom Design Ideas
Bedroom Design Ideas
Bedroom Design Ideas