The end bench alternatives are almost limitless. You can use chairs or a fainting couch instead of a regular bench. Finally you can be practical and go for the one with the storage space.
When it comes to bedroom decor less is indeed more as you don’t want to sleep in a museum nor do you want to feel like you’re trapped in a closet full of stuff. Don’t overdecorate the room and don’t store everything there even though it’s the most private room in the house.
When it comes to creating a boudoir two main things are the luxurious bed and a night table with a pouf. These two classic elements will quickly create that look you are after but if you want more details and the space allows it you can also add an elaborate armchair, a fainting couch, or a dressing divider, which is a classic boudoir decor element.
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?
As for the colors, pink is most common for boudoirs but you can use any other. Jewel tones will make the room look extra dramatic while powdery and natural colors will tone down the opulence. Boudoir rooms often have ornate moldings on the walls but you can achieve a great look with ornate wallpaper instead.
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.