Your Bedroom area talks myriads of your choices, lifestyle and personality. It is the space you nurture yourself and your family in and it becomes absolutely necessary that your space is a reflection of you and your ideologies. We all are home decor enthusiasts here and love to decorate our space with our own style and choice. But we end up making some common mistakes, which when amended can do wonders to the overall look of our space.
Below are our picks:
The common mistake people make is hang their Curtains way too low, i.e, close to the window, which makes the whole house look squatted down. Curtains should be hung high towards the ceiling, so that when someone walks into the room, their eyes travel upwards and the walls look elongated.
Hanging Your Wall Art
Hang your Wall Art correctly at the eye level. Do not hang your Art too high, which is a common mistake most people make. Wall arts are mostly statement pieces that you want people to notice.
Make Your Bed Your Sanctuary
Layering is must when it comes to giving a luxurious feel to your room. Cover your bed with a fluff all-season organic blanket, because staying cozy is not just a winter time thing. Create a above look by using a waffle-weaved or honeycomb organic blanket in soothing natural colours. Use coordinated Down pillows and add another Decorative Pillow or a Cushion or two, that would go with your organic bedsheets. Complete the look with a chunky-knit throw blanket over the bed in a solid, vibrant colour. Slipping into organic bedding that has a lasting freshness is the next level of luxury.
Organic is all the rage right now and when you are making strides towards living an organic lifestyle, why not go a step further. Add green plants to your bedroom space - these can be small planters on your window, a bonsai on your study table or side tables, or a creeper plant hanging down the sides of your wooden shell or wardrobe. This excels your room, accessorises it, and adds colour and texture to your space.
Choosing the Right Rug Size
Rugs can add great texture, colour and personality to your space. But, go too small on the rug and the whole place looks out of scale. Rugs can be used to widen up a space and allow it to look a little larger. Rug size should be such that fits your furniture on it, or at least the front two legs of your bed, chairs, couch or ottoman storage.