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6. Cocoon it in woodIn this bedroom, the use of a wooden panel all the way from ceiling to the floor creates a cosy sleeping area. The polished wood wall by itself is quite striking, but the backlit lattice panel adds another level of elegance.
Bring in a platform bed Stillness in Zen culture is about cultivating inner peace that enhances self-awareness and a sense of equanimity. This principle finds manifestation in interior design through permanent fixtures, such as platform beds.Platform beds are a common feature in Japanese-inspired Zen designs. They are made of a platform built of wood set low to the ground . A mattress is simply placed on top and there is a deliberate absence of anything else in order to preserve the stillness of the place.
3. An apparent canopyIf going over the top is your style, then draw inspiration from this illusionary wooden canopy. This headboard by Design Cafe seems to have no boundaries and extends from the floor to the wall and ceiling space, and becomes the centre-piece of the bedroom. The intricate latticework right above the cushions embellishes the zone. Read how to get wow wallscapes in five ways
In this bedroom, the use of wooden panel from ceiling to the floor creates a sleeping area with floor bed and it also works as a decor element.Read more:How to Get a Luxurious Bedroom That is Fuss FreeWhat’s the Right Location for Your Bed?Tell us:Which kind of bed did you like from this story? Share in the Comments section.
A floor-level bed rests on a raised wooden platform that continues as the backdrop and on to the ceiling in a single design element. This is a great way to demarcate the sleeping zone in a room without compromising on the openness of the space. The intricate backlit honeycomb jaali on the bed’s backdrop is an eye-catching detail.Tip: Add drama to your room by adding warm LED lighting under the bed.