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Bedroom Design Tips for the Perfect Bedroom

Bedroom Design Tips for the Perfect Bedroom

If you’re tired of your bedroom looking the same every single day, then it’s time that you took upon yourself to do a bit of remodeling and create a bedroom design that you will appreciate.

 

There are a number of bedroom design variations that you can choose from many different sources such magazines, over the internet, or the bedroom design featured in a furniture store. From these you can find the ones that you really like and try to get as close as you can to the actual bedroom design. You can also be creative by mixing and matching the designs that caught your attention, but you have to balance everything as well since you don’t want your bedroom to look worse than what it looks now.

 

Browse through swatches to come up with complimentary colors that you can use to paint your bedroom with. You might also want to think about adding a bit of a contrasting color to accentuate one part of your bedroom wall for a dramatic effect.

 

If you have a small-sized bedroom, you might want to stop using heavy drapes for your windows; try to use curtains made with light materials. This will help open up the space and allow natural light to come in as well, making your bedroom instantly brighter and more cheery.

 

A bedroom design that includes minimal furniture is the one you should go for if you have a little space left after you’ve put in the bed. A nightstand, a couple of drawers or a chest, and you’re already set. Make sure that these match the theme you want to create for your bedroom though.

Fabienne Michaud and Bertrand Calis Redesigns Old Factory

Fabienne Michaud and Bertrand Calis used to follow various projects in interior architecture in Morocco. The duo of dumdum was entrusted with the redesigning of a former factory in turning it into a loft in Thyez, in Haute-Savoie. Often abandoned after the many closures, these workshops are a stain in the mountain landscape.

The spacious interiors have been reworked. The existing openings have been retained to avoid distorting the building and preserve the traces of the past. The duo used suitable local materials like Larch, slate, and black granite that are used in ultra-contemporary clichés of a traditional chalet.

In total, almost 340 m2 was designed as an architectural promenade, where the space is put in scene by the light: airy atmosphere, high-tech lighting, and games graphics library.

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The Mima Project

Do you dream of a fancy house that is almost completely flexible, that you can arrange, divide and evolve to suit your family’s needs?

Engineers and architects of Mima Portuguese have thought of you with this concept of interior design inspired by traditional homes.

The square base of the structure, glazed on all sides, is crisscrossed by several compartments. Armed with prefabricated panels in the material and color desired, it then for you to arrange the space easily as you see fit.

To help you in the project, the team has developed a Mima 3D software available on their website that allows you to use Google Earth, positioning Mima on the desired location, and wander through the house by choosing all the finishes you want for a more realistic perception.

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Rustic atmosphere in a stone house

In this house the French alternate two distinct characters: on one hand, the linearity of regular and plastered walls, made from a special and intimate wood floors and rustic furniture, and living room are gathered around a beautiful fireplace.