By Yolanda Duret. Bedroom. Monday, December 11th 2017, 16:36:38 PM.
The simpler the colors you choose, the bigger your room will look. Colors should be bright. Paint the ceiling with white for it gives a sense of height and space. Do not use dark and bold paint for the ceiling for it will make the room look boxed-in. For the walls, use neutral tones for it will give an illusion of added space. Do not crowd your wall with wall hangings. Leave at least one wall without it to have an impression of space.
Since there are several bedrooms in a house, it is indeed an advantage to take a glimpse of a couple of choices for each one. In one of the recent posts, we have shared with you some bedroom designs of all types then narrowed down to children's bedrooms. This time, we take you to another essential room your dream house should have – the Masters Bedroom. The Masters Bedroom is where mom and dad stays – their dwelling place as others may consider it. Being the fortress of the home, they only deserve the best from the space, furniture and overall designs.
Depending on the theme of the bedroom, it could be expensive or affordable. It is up to you to create a budget that will be enough to give your little ones the bedroom of their dreams. But as you design your kid's bedroom, bear in mind that as he or she grows up, the design of the room will also be altered. A teenager wouldn't want to sleep in a childish bedroom. So, for now, here are tips in designing your kid's bedroom that may help you to please your children.