If your house has an open layout there are many ways of hiding your bedroom behind other furniture, curtain, dividers, and other visual obstacles. In this case you can place a bed in the corner, under the stairs, as well as at any angle.
Many resorts have natural color schemes and materials so you can go the same route. Wooden beams and canopy can make for an atmosphere of a remote resort far from cold winters and bad weathers. Coastal color schemes can also make for a resort-like feel in your bedroom.
Textiles contain covers, rugs, pillows, cushions, curtains, blankets, sheets, curtains and canopies. All this should be blue, lemon, raspberry, chocolate, cinnamon, ocher, green and turquoise. They are embroidered with silk, gold and silver threads, decorated with sequins and mirror inserts.
Minimalists and opponents of excesses could abandon such idea if it carried purely decorative function. But it is not only decorative solution. A stool, a dresser, an ottoman, or any other piece of furniture can become an indispensable element of the storage. And if you place there an easy console table, it may even replace a home office for those, who work at home. So what is the better way to complement this bedside zone?
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.
First of all, set up or move a bedroom into the quietest room in the house. It doesn’t have to be too big but it also doesn’t have to be too tiny especially if you can’t stand tight spaces. If moving the bedroom is not an option you can reduce noise by sealing the windows or even soundproof your walls especially if you live in an apartment with neighbors all around.