We certainly love the dramatic spacious bedrooms with just the bed in the middle of the room but even if you lack space you can use this layout to save space as mentioned above.
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?
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.
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.
Colours are the most important thing that creates an atmosphere of India, which is geographically distant, but close to the soul. Bedroom in the Indian style is a red color and various shades of terracotta. It is the color of thick juice with pulp from cherry to plum.