five fips to design a restful bedroom

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The bedroom is the restful sanctuary that one seeks to be one’s self, to indulge in pleasures of leisure and most importantly to sleep. While it is important to design every nook in the house harmoniously with the elements of the decor style, most interior designers for residential space believe that it is the bedroom that requires extra attention. Restful colours, good ambience, soft textures and perfect lighting go a long way to create a warm and enchanting space to sleep, recoup and re-energize one’s self.

Here are five interesting tips from top residential interior designers in Chennai:

  • Subtle colours: According to feng shui, using subtle colours, textures and patterns has a harmonious effect on one’s life. As top residential decorators we believe in choosing a calm colour palette with subtle off-white colors and natural fibres, one can design a calm restful haven and an inviting bed.
  • Position: Position of the bed and the layout of other furniture is very important to create a balance in the room. The bed is obviously the most important furniture in the bedroom and it is vital that it is placed in a perfect position that allows one to have a restful sleep.
  • Cosy textures: Irrespective of the decor style that is adopted to design the bedroom, the fabric and the texture of the bedding must be high in the cosy quotient. Soft cotton, stain or wool can be used to create a warm cocoon that one would groan to part from, especially on a cold morning.
  • Natural light: A well-designed room should have plenty of natural light. Without natural light, a room becomes dingy and dark. Natural light not only makes the room light and airy but also inviting.
  • Luxury: There can truly be nothing restful or inspiring than a luxurious four-poster bed with swirling curtains. Invite the colours of nature with floor to wall windows and a lovely restful space would issue an invitation to rest.
  • With minimalistic decor becoming more fanciful in the interior design market, reducing clutter and their fancy trappings helps to create a beautiful space emitting positive harmonious energy that one would need to rest.

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