Leaside Master Bedroom
The homeowners wanted a cozy and romantic room, with lots of feminine softness but enough masculinity to keep the space feeling grounded. We achieved this by juxtaposing luxurious fabrics in a light, airy palette with clean-lined furniture and deep, rich wood tones.
Photo by David Bagosy
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Use a neutral colour paletteYou’d have noticed that most hotel rooms are furnished in neutral palettes, and with good reason too. Pale neutrals help enhance space as they reflect light, thereby illuminating both the room and your mood.Tip: Layering different tones of the same colour all through the room, is a look that is very chic. At the same time, this type of variation creates a sense of coherence, making the space in a small room feel more open.
Create a visual impactIn a micro space, a generously sized decorative piece can be the perfect distraction in making the room’s size seem unimportant. Look at the large chandelier and the vibrant picture next to the bed – the eye has so much to look at that it barely registers the small dimensions of the room.Read more:11 Ways to Declutter Your BedroomTricks to Turn Your Bedroom Into the Ultimate Slumber CaveTell us:What tricks have you used to make your small bedroom look big? Tell us in Comments below.