Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Beautiful And Elegant Bedroom Decorating Ideas

Most Beautiful Bedrooms come in all styles, shapes, and sizes, so how do you design your own? We've got your bedroom decorating inspiration here. With more than 80 bedrooms (and styles) to choose from, there's an idea for everyone.Need ideas for other areas of your home? best bathroom and living room design galleries have hundreds of gorgeous ideas to steal.

Bedroom decorating ideas we've got them all. Whether you're looking for a sleep sanctuary or design ideas that are a little more 'out there' (and why not?) we have hundreds of bedroom pictures to make bedroom design a cinch. Bedroom designs don't have to mean a complete overhaul, sometimes a tiny tweak like bedroom fairy lights can have just as much impact as your bedroom furniture. So take a look at these easy-to-steal bedroom decorating ideas.                        

Create a bedroom design that easily accommodates your morning-to-nighttime needs. Purchase stylish bedroom extras, such as storage trunks, garden seats, media centers, cushy reading chairs, nightstands, and dressing tables that meet your every need and make your routine run more smoothly. Forgo so-yesterday matchy-matchy pieces. Instead fuse new and old furnishings and rustic and refined flourishes to create bedroom designs that spillover with collected comfort.

If you have a spare bedroom to redecorate, include a combination of furniture and furnishings that will be versatile enough to accommodate guests of all shapes and sizes an older couple one week and two young children or teenage friends the next. Always go for twin beds rather than a double to keep your options open. Just as in a main bedroom, if you have the space, double up on bedside cabinets, table lamps and storage. Leave the space under the bed clear for storing visitors’ suitcases neatly out of view.

In a master bedroom, you will need to assess the space you have and work out a plan for positioning furniture. If you are lucky enough to have an en-suite bathroom or a dressing room you may be able to move some bedroom storage elements into those rooms, freeing up your bedroom to the simplest of layouts. Centre the bed to allow you to have a bedside table and reading lamp on either side. Before placing other furniture think about how you will use the room. Keep in mind that you will need space for dressing and undressing.

The bedroom’s sitting area faces the bed and glass topped coffee table. A small work area is centered behind the custom-designed sofa, piped in gray. A slipcovered armchair sits beside the classic fireplace. “We wanted the room to be sophisticated without being too formal,” notes designer Joan Craig of the metallic finishes ranging from the silver leaf bed to mirrors and glass bedside lamps that enhance the night room’s quiet chic. “They accessorize the space like the right piece of jewelry accessorizes a couture outfit.

Creamy Toile Bedroom Sepia-toned “Harwood Toile” from Cowtan & Tout covers the walls and curtains in this European-inspired guest bedroom. The homeowners’ collection of German Black Forest carvings includes the vintage table lamp, a charming detail that is echoed in the toile’s pastoral scenes.

Cool Neutral Master Bedroom This master bedroom is cocooned in serene neutrals and loaded with rich textures. The bed from Lee Jofa is upholstered in nickel-colored fabric with a marble-like pattern. Drapery and a framed sketch above the bed lend interest; a fluffy Flokati rug at the foot of the bed adds a touch of playfulness

Serene Bedroom with Delicate Patterns Soothing neutrals and comforting patterns give this master bedroom a restful ambience. Bedding from Chelsea Textiles is delicately embroidered with a floral pattern to reflect the gingham bed curtains and headboard fabric. Wallpaper from Cowtan & Tout lends subtle color.

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