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1. Size of bedsBeds and mattresses are classified as per their sizes:King-size beds measure 72x78 inches and are suitable for master bedrooms that are at least 12 feet wide.Queen size beds measure 60x78 inches and are suitable for compact or smaller bedroomsSingle beds measure 36x72 inches and are ideal for kids or a single person’s bedroom.The average bed height (at the top of the mattress) lies between 16 and 25 inches.Note: Cross-check the bed frame size with the mattress size before making the purchase.
2. Fine shineReflective finishes can be perfect for both small and large spaces, working to amplify light and offering a muted reflection of the view opposite them. In this Bengaluru bedroom by Fadd Studio, the glossy sliding wardrobe has been designed as an ode to the room’s signature palette of silver, soft blue and cloud grey. The reflective finish of the doors is an ideal subtle contrast to the matte surfaces that compose the rest of the room.Need more wardrobe ideas for small spaces?
Make a visual breakIn an amalgam of patterned surfaces, the standalone wardrobe in plain grey brings a visual breather. The pastel shade and the glassy finish add a softer touch to the room’s decor.
Prints and patterns add more depth and dimension Prints and patterns on your wallpapers, throws, pillows, rugs and blankets can add finesse to the existing shades and tints used in the room. Similar sorts of prints, like waves, stripes or even floral motifs, can cohesively tie a space together.
Pro: Longevity Wallpapers can sustain for as long as 10-15 years. Unlike walls that need to be repainted every 3-5 years, wallpapers are a long term investment. This means the ROI is higher on wallpaper since it is more durable.The only downside I see to it is that you’re committed to a certain design for at least 10-15 years. So whatever it is that you plan to put up on your wall, ensure you make your peace with it for a long, long time.