When it comes to bedroom decor less is indeed more as you don’t want to sleep in a museum nor do you want to feel like you’re trapped in a closet full of stuff. Don’t overdecorate the room and don’t store everything there even though it’s the most private room in the house.
This loft bedroom has been designed by Batlab (seriously cool name) for a couple in Budapest. The designers wanted to balance the design and functionality, which led to the interesting lighting idea. The bed is protected with a glass partition from the edge and one of the walls has built in niches and shelves. How cool is that?
This method is more expensive, as the production of this kind of headboard is rather laborious and time-consuming. Nevertheless, the original headboard is a real decoration of the whole room. Today, fabric and leather upholstery combination is especially popular, as well as metal rim around the headboard, and various inserts and inlays, and a headboard curved at the edges.
If you have too little space left at the sides of the bed simply push the nighstands to the corner of the headboard. That way they won’t stand in your way and clutter narrow pathways. With the center of the room bed you may even leave windows curtain-free to let more sunlight in.
End bench is a great way to add a surprising element, a twist to your bedroom. You can opt for a luxury tufted end bench or you can go for a printed one. You can also choose one in a different style like art deco or vintage.
We certainly love the dramatic spacious bedrooms with just the bed in the middle of the room but even if you lack space you can use this layout to save space as mentioned above.