master bedroom decorating ideas blue – While many new houses these days have big master bedrooms, not all homes were or are constructed with large master bedroom spaces.
Actually, possibly, investing a lot of square feet to some master bedroom isn’t very economical given most of the time spent in a master bedroom is sleeping. It appears to me, if you can only build so much square feet, it’s far better to allocate more square feet to a living room or kitchen than a bedroom.
Fortunately there are several methods to overcome a little master bedroom. The largest obstacle is generally storage. The key is incorporating sufficient clothes storage. The next obstacle is decorating the bedroom so it looks larger than it is (though that is secondary to adequate storage).
Our comprehensive article begins with hints for decorating a small master bedroom space. The next portion of this guide is a photo gallery showcasing nicely decorated and designed master bedrooms.
1. Bed decoration: You can do miracles with the appearance of a small master bedroom space by sprucing up your left bed with throw cushions, duvet choice, quilt and of course style of mattress.
Additionally, you can make the bed, that’s the most significant piece of furniture in the room, the focal point with decoration objects and also eye-catching nightstands that flank the bed.
2. Clothing storage: It helps tremendously if you have adequate closet space in your master bedroom to keep the little bedroom area clutter (clothes) free. If you lack closet space, then invest in dresser drawers or a wardrobe.
3. Filled with storage: Night stands are fantastic, but in the event that you can locate a bed with a headboard which includes shelving space to function as a night stand, you can free up much-needed bedroom space.
This bed is a perfect example that provides both a headboard with drawers and shelving beneath.
4. Adequate ceiling lighting: Since you’re have limited space for lamps, make sure you have sufficient ceiling light with a dimmer.
5. White or light colors: White walls makes spaces seem larger. By all means add an accent wall, wall art and other colorful additions, but make the dominant colour beige or white.
6. Ottoman or loveseat in the base of the mattress: One way to produce the feeling of a bigger space and offering a place to sit down at a cramped master bedroom space is to put a sitting ottoman (preferably a storage ottoman for greater storage) or loveseat in the foot of the bed. Of course, only do this if you still have sufficient space to walk past the foot of the bed.
7. Dresser/bookshelf combo for night stand: If you decide and also have room to get a nightstand, consider getting something together with maximum storage — drawers, table top space and then shelving to the ceiling.
9. Sleeping Loft: If distance is very tight, consider building a loft for sleeping quarters that frees up storage/sitting distance under.
10. Large mirrors: While I am not a fan of big mirrors in living rooms, they’re highly functional in bedrooms and make the perception of a larger space.
11. Massive canopy bed: One strategy would be to have a massive canopy bed in your little bedroom space. This can provide the illusion of a bigger space because the bed appears so big.
12. Nesting tables for nightstand: If you do not enjoy the idea of a massive shelving or headboards for nightstands, utilize nesting tables.
13. Round furniture: If you have a nightstand, consider a round nightstand table. Round furniture takes up less floor space and is a lot easier to walk round.
14. Color consistency: You are able to select a color that you incorporate throughout the space with cushions, quilt/bedspread, wall, flooring, etc..
15. Nooks: Nooks create more space — they can be anywhere including over the mattress. See picture #3 below.
16. Large windows: If you have the choice or luxury to include large windows to your master bedroom, this will make it look bigger.
17. Low bed:
18. Minimalist decor: Proceed with the pure basics and leave as much distance as you can.
19. Accent segment: Create the illusion of more space by creating an accent corner or section so it looks like a space in a room. View #23 below.
My favorite small bedroom design tip: Built-in storage which wraps around the bed and contains shelving to serve as a nightstand. I think that is the ideal approach to create sufficient storage and it might look great also.