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.
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.
Boudoir is probably the most feminine bedroom style after shabby chic. Comprised of vintage and soft color palettes it’s definitely the one for princesses and stars. But it is also very luxurious and flamboyant. So if you want to re-create your favorite silver screen’s boudoir in your modern home there are a few things to consider.
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.
This loft is a work by a digital artist Juraj Talcik. The industrial brick walls are contrasted with white furniture and dark accents. The loft bedroom is closed in by the glass partition and a tall bookcase. The wooden floors makes the bedroom more warm and inviting.
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.