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.)
You can also just have lot of fun with the country look. This can use more yellow painted furniture. It can be in a taupe room but if you want a more modern look then really try out gray. This is a way that you can really breathe new life into furniture pieces that can seem a little bit heavy and outdated especially if you have inherited them. You could even just match this with lighter wood tones that you have in your space in the form of a bright yellow and white quilt. We are seeing a lot of toile fabrics as well as two tone shabby chic kinds of prints. You want to stay away from the patchwork or quilted effect and instead go for bolder colors. This can be fairly inexpensive or it can still work for a seasonal item.
The first step is to pinpoint which wall of your room you would like to use as a focal point. Quite often this is the wall that frames the head of your bed. You can create an interesting focal point in the room by using a decorative wallpaper on this wall or an over sized headboard. This will draw attention to this area of the room and make it stand out.
Bedroom Sunday , July 01st , 2018 - 10:50:51 AM
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