When considering the design of your bedroom, it’s important to keep in mind both aesthetics and functionality. If storage is a primary concern, it is important to integrate the right cupboards and wardrobes into your design. The “Style” section of our website can help you decide with the right design as you can draw inspiration from various style categories, such as minimalist, modern, eclectic, colonial etc..
The second most important element in your bedroom is the wardrobe! It is handy to have an efficient design to house all your apparels and accessories whether you’re a shopaholic or not. Even wardrobes for small bedrooms can be optimized to store more essentials. Explore your options with sliding and swing door options and try to add lofts for more storage.
Colors of bedroom?
Colors make all the difference to set the right mood in your room. You can choose neutrals and pastels if you want a relaxing vibe for your bedroom. Whereas primary colors definitely are great for changing the tone to romantic, refreshing, adventurous and more.
Is your kid’s room looking a little less inspiring? Then it’s time for you to create a space that they will love as much as you will. So let’s begin and allow the personalities of our loved ones to shine a little.
Children’s rooms are where fond memories grow. When designing a kid’s room give special attention to their interests and choices. There are several cartoon characters, stories and themes that can be considered while designing a room. Children’s wall art prints and designs play an important role in the overall look and feel of the child’s room.
Color can have a large impact on how a room feels. A soft neutral palette of pale blues,
grays and whites is a popular choice for master bedrooms.
An elegant mixture of taupes, creams and whites is equally tranquil.
Maximize your storage space
A floor-to-ceiling fitted unit makes the most of every inch in this bedroom. It cleverly incorporates room to display treasures, shelves for books, drawers for more personal items, surfaces that act as bedside tables and reading lights. Talk about multitasking!