Coming to personal areas, these are designed keeping functionality in mind. The large and airy master bedroom is done up in clean lines and has restful pastel palette. It has wooden type ceramic flooring, full length walk in closet and minimum furniture, muted colours and lighting with lounge sofa, study table, wooden effect for warm look, and to cover small window, a jali with white paint gives a rich look, fresh green plants add a touch of serenity to the entire room.
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3. Firm: CULTURALS INTERIOR DESIGNERSThe wall-to-ceiling design caps off this space and gives more reason to look up. The intricate detailing on the ceiling adds an artistic touch to the space. Check out the key dimensions of a well-planned bedroom
2. Ensure proper surface preparationHave the floor repaired and levelled to achieve a smooth surface for sticking on the tiles.Make sure that the surface is clean, dry and dust-free. There should be no loose material (like hardened cement granules) around.Get the walls chipped up to a height of 4-6 inches (as per requirement) from the floor for installing the skirting tiles.
4. Wraparound wallpaperCovering an accent wall with wallpaper is a great way to add pattern and texture to a room. The designer of this master bedroom in India used the same style principle, but instead of papering just a wall, he covered a swath of ceiling over the bed with wallpaper too. Not a bad idea for a space where one often spends a lot of time looking up at the ceiling.
1. Inside this woody bedroom by Culturals Interior Designers, a marriage of the modern and the traditional is clearly visible. While the low bed, chairs, wooden flooring and layout speak volumes about contemporary design, the panel running from behind the bed and along the ceiling overhead to the front wall, accentuated with ethnic motifs, points to a traditional look. A perfect marriage? I think so.
Cove lights are especially useful to highlight decorative ceilings like the one in this bedroom.Since they are concealed, cove lights are usually strips, either LED or fluorescent, often in the form of a rope or a strip.Do use energy-efficient LED lights as cove lighting requires a longish series of bulbs for uninterrupted lighting. Don’t use bulbs that are too yellow or too fluorescent.Warm white is best for a warm ambience. Dimmers come in handy if the light is too bright.Check out these 10 reasons to say yes to LED lights