Adam Frank created a great type of ambient lighting called Reveal that can transform a windowless room. A seemingly simple light projects an image of a window and a tree onto the wall. A $280 light comes with different slides that portray arched, mosaic, shutter windows and different trees including palm and ivy
Bed in the Arabic interior should be broad and low, but don’t be upset, if you already bought a different model. You can use canopies and drapery to decorate it and hide many flaws behind such decoration.
Since there is so little light in such enclosed bedrooms think of the ways to enhance lighting in the room. General lighting can be too obvious so the ambient lighting can be the way to go. You can install it into the wall panel or the ceiling to create a strip of light that can be similar to natural lighting in color. The result is as if the wall panel is actually a covered window with only a strip of light seeping into the room.
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.
First of all, make sure that centering your bed won’t create awkward narrow pathways and restrict your traffic. Then you can start thinking about decor options. By placing a bed in the center of the room you get plenty of space behind it, which is perfect for setting up a dressing room. There’s plenty of privacy for it and it’s easier to disguise an open closet with either curtains or a half wall.
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.