The main features of Arabian style are stone floor, arches, stucco walls, carpets and drapes, heavy carved furniture and household items that are typical for Islamic countries. Not all Arabs are rich and can afford the luxury interior of a Sultan’s chambers. However, many designers express the oriental style in rich decoration with expensive textiles (brocade, silk, velvet), handmade carpets, tables inlaid with pearls, gold-plated dishes and jugs, medieval weapons and many other decorative details.
Another example of a loft bedroom shielded from the rest of the house is t his amazing loft design by Escala Construction. The bedroom overlooks the living area enclosed in a box like structure with a glass wall. The space beneath the loft is also used and here it is used for the kitchen but in other examples you can see living spaces arranged there.
In traditional Arabic interiors beautiful walls is complemented with artfully decorated ceiling. The ceiling is made several tiers, when the height allows it, and decorated with intricate ornaments and carvings. In a small apartment you can do cornices and ceiling paintings.
When creating a layout for the bedroom place all the small furniture items to provide convenient pathways and easy access to the bed. Don’t overload the room with furniture especially if there is no spare space.
What can be more alluring than a baldachin bed? It will not only protect you from the outside world but can also add a strong visual presence to your room. A light semi-sheer baldachin will give your room a light airy feel while heavier taperstry will make it luxurious and dramatic.
Wardrobe is a great room divider but it’s usually placed against the wall. If you need to separate yourself a dressing area you can place a wardrobe in the middle of the room creating special place for storing and changing clothes.