The more daylight there is in your bedroom the better. Natural lighting sources are the best way to create light and airy feel of a resort bedroom. Skylights, big windows, and glass walls can all increase the amount of daylight in your bedroom. An access outdoors is better yet as it creates an indoor/outdoor feel that is often there in resort hotels.
Make sure there is enough light in the room but that it doesn’t affect your sleep too much. Have a pair of thick curtains if you live in a city where there are lots of neon lights in the night. If the room is too dark and you’re having trouble waking up consider moving to a lighter room or adding a skylight to your bedroom.
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.
End bench is a great way to add a surprising element, a twist to your bedroom. You can opt for a luxury tufted end bench or you can go for a printed one. You can also choose one in a different style like art deco or vintage.
There is really something magical and mysterious about a loft bedroom. Disguised somewhere avobe the floor in the higher places, the loft bedroom definitely makes for a luxurious sleeping space. A loft bedroom or any loft space can be build in a small studio apartment as well as in a spacious industrial building. It works especially well with higher ceilings as the low ones may divide an already small room into crammed sections.
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.