Bedding. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 14:28:59 PM
The kids are so excited that you finally got them a bunk bed. It is all set up and looks beautiful in the bedroom. The kids sleep in it one night and the room looks a mess. The sheets are pulled out from under the mattress and the comforter has fallen on the floor. You attempt to make the bed up but it is a job. Why can’t your bunk bed look like all those beautiful pictures of bunk beds? You wonder if this bed was really a good choice. Well, don’t despair. With a few changes in your bedding, this bed can look as good as any other bed in the house and be easy to make too.
Neutral: Think neutral bedrooms must be dull? Then take a peek at this manly, relaxing, and anything-but-dull bedroom from designer and architect Patrick Brian Jones. When the palette is quiet, clever use of subtle pattern adds interest without overpowering the small space. A folded throw blanket at a contrasting hue adds extra oomph to the foot of the mattress.
Adding lighting sources: If you want the bedroom to feel like a bedroom of a five-star hotel then you need to pay attention to the lighting sources. The lighting plays a significant role in determining the feel and atmosphere of the room. If you want to create a relaxing and soothing atmosphere then you should make sure you use recessed lighting. Add side lamps to get task lighting. Installing dimmers will allow adjusting the intensity of the overhead lighting according to your preference. Add mirrors so that the light bounces off around the bedroom. it will make the bedroom look comfortable and warm. If you have a small bedroom the mirrors will make it look spacious as well.
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