Published at Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 - 20:38:22 PM. Bedroom. By Adalicia Dupont.
Not all houses have a space for a study or small office. Most bedrooms will double up as a study with a space allotted for a desk. This is popular for a kid's bedroom wherein you have a desk and computer for doing homework and school projects. For small bedrooms, there isn't always a space for a desk. What others prefer are bunk bed sets or loft beds. You have a bed raised high and a space at the bottom that you can use as a bed. But in this case, you can use it as an extra space for a small office or study. You will be making use of the same floor space, but you have both bed and the desk occupying that same space. Aside from that, there are various designs of bunk bed sets that can meet your requirements. Functionality and design in one will be most useful for small bedrooms.
Shades of grey are very fashionable at the moment, whether it's confined to the bedroom walls or a single piece such as an armchair (if you have space in your bedroom) or ultimately, an upholstered bed. Large dark wooden beds with contrasting light, crisp linen balanced with understated additional bedroom furniture are a firm favourite of mine. Perhaps you are considering using a brighter, bolder or darker colour on the walls but you are concerned that this will make the bedroom too dark? A top tip is to use high gloss paint, which reflects a great deal of light, bringing your room back to life.
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