By Nicephore Claudine. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, September 30th, 2017 - 11:40:00 AM.
Make the most of high ceilings with draped fabric. Go for a panel rather than a rouched curtain and save pounds. Turn a large bedroom into a cosy retreat with a DIY canopy that makes a delightful focal point. Bring in a decorative side table and yellow lamp for a modern twist on traditional country features such as grainy oak beams and a traditional timber bed frame. Layer the bed with pretty yellow linen and cushions in a tasteful mix of patterns that continue the same low-key charm.
No, we're not talking about your diet or your tendency to spend the hour before bed scrolling through your Facebook feed, although it is a factor you do have some control over: your interior decor choices.
Lighting is an integral part of any interior home design, particularly in the bedroom where lighting is important for function and aesthetics. You'll want to add soft, warm lighting to help encourage relaxation, as well as mimic the sun during the darker winter months. In addition to overhead lights, task lighting is very important for bedside tables (so one partner can read, while the other sleeps), walk-in closets, sitting areas and other traditionally inadequately lit spaces. If creating a romantic night is top on the list, than consider controlling your lighting with a dimmer switch.
Adding pattern to your bed in richer fall fabrics like velvet, fur or chenille in deep jewel-tone colors can give your simple, everyday bedding a new look. Patterns on trend for fall include paisleys, florals and exotic prints.
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