Published at Tuesday, November 28th 2017, 11:35:37 AM by Zurie Monnier. Bedroom. 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.
Published at Monday, December 11th 2017, 17:25:04 PM by Yolanda Duret. Bedroom. You can create an illusion of space in the bedroom by following the simple things we have below. You can start by choosing the right furniture. So, when you purchase furniture, keep in mind the dimensions of the room. You also have to choose the right paint for the room and accessories, too. To help you, here are big yet simple ideas to make your small bedroom look large.
Published at Monday, December 11th 2017, 17:14:40 PM by Zurie Monnier. Bedroom. Do not just stick with the design. Be sure also to place things that could aid for their learning like books, charts and toys for education. This way, your kid can have fun while learning. Make use of pictures of your child's fondest moment. You can include photos taken while you were in vacation, activities in school, achievement day and many others. You can create an accent wall using these photos which are framed in various sizes.
Published at Monday, December 11th 2017, 17:08:10 PM by Yvonne Carrere. Bedroom. 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.
Published at Monday, December 11th 2017, 17:00:24 PM by Yolanda Duret. Bedroom. The design has been rendered using 3Ds Max, Vray and Adobe Photoshop. A minimalistic design of a wide bedroom space. The design is for a private villa in Cairo, Egypt. Notice another minimalistically designed room with a good choice of room color and furnitures. An elegantly teenager's room in a private apartment. A camouflage inspired teen's bedroom Benjamin Moore.
Published at Monday, December 11th 2017, 16:54:12 PM by Zurie Monnier. Bedroom. From our first post, we have been giving tips on how to decorate our bedrooms. Since the bedroom becomes one's sanctuary may it be day or night, it is just right to design it the most comfortable way. To some, it is one perfect place away from the world to feel at ease. There are several themes and styles to be inspired with which goes with the personality of either the designer or the owner of the space. Following the tips for decorating your bedrooms will lead you to that perfect look you have long been wanting. A place to relax and get yourself relieved from stress. No one would want to have a room that's uncertainly decorated for sure.
Published at Monday, December 11th 2017, 16:47:22 PM by Yvonne Carrere. Bedroom. Give your room a truly romantic aura by using good scents. You can place a freshly cut flower in it that is fragrant. Or you may use scented candles that can give a more romantic effect. But do not choose scents that are too overpowering because it might drive away your guest. Your bedroom will look better if it is clutter-free. Keep unused stuff in the cabinet or in the closets. An organized bedroom will be more inviting and welcoming than a cluttered one. It will also look more relaxing.
Published at Monday, December 11th 2017, 16:37:42 PM by Yolanda Duret. Bedroom. The masters bedroom has a touch of classic style created by Serj Rubalevsky. A clearer view of the apartment's master's bedroom. This type of Master's Bedroom of Milfanie is less detailed but very organized. The Master Bedroom on the photo above is a part of a 3,200 square feet duplex of Thompson Hotels. This is a Master Bedroom at Blue Palace Resort and Spa where you may eventually take inspiration from to have the same style of a room in your dream home.