What does a Master Bedroom mean to you?
Our Master Bedroom is like an extension of ourselves, a sanctuary that we have created to accompany us, express ourselves and welcome us back home from a long day of work. Remember the time your parents designed your bedroom for you when you were young? As time went by, you might have repainted it, switched out furniture, or filled your bedroom with posters, toys, books, etc. to make your room your own. As you transition to having your own house and finally your own Master Bedroom, its design is now wholly in your hands.
If you are looking for ideas to design or revamp your Master Bedroom, read on to find out more.
Accent wall (also known as feature wall), helps to add visual interest to the once empty plain textured wall. It could be a pop of colour among neutral tones or a textured wall. If you have photo frames, art pieces, or collectibles, don’t keep them on the shelves, display them on an empty wall to add some character to your bedroom.
An accent wall doesn’t necessarily mean that you can only design on just the wall. Make use of surrounding elements, like your bed frame or bedside table, to add depth and charm to your accent wall.
Ceiling is one of the areas that is commonly not designed. If it’s not done right, it could look disastrous. However, if it’s designed well, it could be an iconic part of your room. Consider having an Ornamental ceiling or Catalan Vaulting to dazzle up your Master Bedroom ceiling. However, do note to check with the relevant parties if regulation permits such ceiling design in your abode.
Textures bring out the charm of a surface. Its three-dimensional beauty draws attention and can spark visual interest. The bold texture can be used on the statement piece of your room, which also adds personality to the space. If you are a fan of maximalism, bold textures are a must-have in your Master Bedroom.
In recent years, we do see a rise in incorporating features with organic shapes in our homes. Arches, for one, are great for softening the hard edges in your home and exuding a welcoming impression. Aside from incorporating arches, other organic or irregular shapes can also be added to your Master Bedroom’s interior to break away from the rigidity of regular, hard lines.
If the layout or theme does not permit the inclusion of organic shapes, geometric ones can still set you apart. You can stray away from the typical right-angled doorways and straight framed furniture. You can even build a circular hallway (think Space Odyssey style) as your bedroom entrance!
The bed is one of the key elements in a Master Bedroom (without a bed, what’s a bedroom right?) Choosing the type of bed frame for your bed is like wearing an outer coat over your outfit. An interesting bed frame design can elevate the visuals of a plain-looking bed.
If you have extra cash to spare, you can also consider adding a rotating bed to your Master Bedroom, to have that out-of-the-world luxurious experience.
We hope our suggestions did provide you with more ideas for designing your Master Bedroom. Looking at all these examples, are you itching to start designing or have a makeover for your Master Bedroom?