Baroque chandelier will stand out in a modern bedroom and will add more detail to the look. You can go for a bit more dramatic lighting like candelabra if you want something more classical. Baroque’s intricate shapes and motifs especially stand out in minimalist and traditional interiors. When subtly introduced even with furniture they can bring an undeniable luxury and allure to the decor.
As we’ve suggested in our previous post on how to create a perpetual night sky in your sleeping chambers, creative lamps can do the trick. From laser star projectors to simple night lamps, lighting can fill your room with atmosphere and beautiful projections that will instantly turn a regular bedroom into special one.
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.
A baldachin is not only a luxurious and impressive detail, it’s also a practical solution to mosquito problem. But even if you don’t have one the light semi-sheer curtains will add a touch of magic to your bedroom.
Blue has calming properties so it’s the best color choice for the room you sleep in. Avoid colors that are too bright and change the wall paint color if you feel that the color is too active. Go for neutral tones and just a few bright accents if necessary.
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.