With starkness as its design philosophy, most contemporary room decor comes with a tiled or hardwood floor preferring minimalism to anything warmer like carpeting. This is typically not a great idea for a bedroom. Even if you do want a contemporary look for your bedroom, you do want to bring in a certain amount of softness. The feeling of getting out of bed and stepping onto a cold hard floor may be something you won't really come to appreciate. You could use some low pile carpeting and still remain in keeping with the contemporary theme though. Simple knotted carpets that are unobtrusive enough and do the job really well, and bring in a little color too.
Depending upon the geographical location of your home building and the face towards which the external wall of your bedroom is, you will receive either plenty or a minimum of natural sunlight into your bedroom. It is naturally assumed that natural sunlight penetrates inside an interior space for about 7 meters (20 feet approx.)
In the event that you hate dealing with this stuff you can as a last resort hire an interior decorator. You will be charged a fee for this but at least you can have somebody else do all the leg work for you. Plus they have keen eye for mixing and matching colors.
Bedroom Tuesday , July 10th , 2018 - 19:01:09 PM
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