If a whole bedroom in boudoir style seems like too much, you can only add a night stand with a makeup mirror with lights and a dressing divider that would suit your bedroom style. You can also make an opulent headboard for your bed if you are on a budget. Vintage furniture can be re-finished and repainted to appear new and luxurious.
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.
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.
In many bedrooms beds are placed sideways to the doors but you can also place the bed in front of entry or tuck it away from view behind a screen to increase privacy. This is especially helpful when bedroom doesn’t have a door or is connected to other areas in an open interior.
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?
Creating a loft can be both challenging and space-saving. It is a great solution for one room apartments as it keeps the bedroom private and divides it from the rest of the house. This small apartment in France was designed by ECDM Architects and its bedroom is one of the most creative lofts we’ve ever seen.