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9. Use light as an accentThe single wall light in this contemporary bedroom also works as the only piece of wall decor. The 3D geometric shapes add character to the stark white wall and the soft glow of the lights within these unusual shades adds warmth to the room’s ambience.
1. The only wall light in this contemporary bedroom also works as the only piece of wall decor. The 3D geometric shapes add character to the stark white wall and the soft glow of the lights within these unusual shades adds warmth to the room’s ambience.
11. Work on your daily habitsDecluttering once in six months won’t help the cause, so instil daily habits that will keep your room clean. Being proactive and cleaning as you go is key. Put away your clothes as you change out of them to prevent piles of clothes on the floor or on pegs. Unplug and coil up all wires after using them so they’re not lying around and making a mess. Take back utensils to the kitchen the next time you leave your room. Small habits like these go a long way and help your bedroom stay decluttered and more inviting.Read more:How to Have a Five Star BedroomHow to Get a Luxurious Bedroom That is Fuss FreeTell us: Let us know how you declutter your personal space in Comments below.
Rug or carpets?It’s really up to you because essentially they are the same thing, doing the same job. But depending on which area you place it, you can decide whether to opt for a carpet or a rug. The chief difference between a rug and a carpet is of size. Carpets are large (the sides measure more than 6 feet) and traditionally come in rectangles or squares while rugs are smaller and come in various patterns, shapes and sizes.Carpets can look great in rooms to which you want to add some depth or drama. For example, your study or library or your bedroom. As these areas see less foot traffic, a carpet may be a practical choice. In addition, a thick mohair or wool carpet feels great underfoot, lending instant sophistication to your space. On the other hand, for the living room, kitchen, bathroom and the dining area, a rug (preferably a short pile, which means shorter fibres) might be more suitable as these areas see more traffic. It will be easier for you to move the rug around and wash it too!12 Easy Decorating Tips to Transform Any Room
Accessorise with traysNothing says luxury than waking up to breakfast in bed. A simple tray stocked with your favourite knick-knacks and magazines can look so inviting that you may never want to leave your room. Read more:10 Ideas to Steal From the Most Popular Bedroom Photos on HouzzHow to Get a Luxurious Bedroom That is Fuss FreeBedroom Colour: The Secret to More Sex and More SleepTell us:What favourite part of the hotel experience would you want to bring home? Let us know in Comments.