Bedroom. Sunday , September 24th , 2017 - 23:55:48 PM
Dressers. While dressers aren‘t really the top priority when it comes to picking out bedroom furniture, they can certainly do a lot in changing the atmosphere of the room. First of all, your dresser should be spacious enough to accommodate all your personal belongings. Don‘t choose a tiny dresser just because you like its design - it will only be covered up by a clutter of belongings that cannot fit in it anymore. The best part about dressers is they are fully customizable, giving you the opportunity to be creative, and at the same time, design your dresser to fit your own personal needs. You can even get a matching mirror along with it!
It is also important to consider the size of the bedroom when thinking about bedroom ideas. The size will determine the kind of furniture pieces that you can buy. For example, if you have a small bedroom, choose double-function furniture pieces. You can buy a bed that has storage units underneath or a tall cabinet to maximize the wall space. If you have a spacious bedroom, then do not buy furniture pieces that are too small or short or they will look awkward in the huge bedroom.
Unlike an adults bedroom that‘s usually painted in soft or cool paint colours, teenagers would rather more warm, rich and brighter hues. Primary colors i.e. red, blue and yellow could be safely used in a teenager‘s bedroom. The one thing to remember is that you have to choose the best shade of these colors and pair them well with neutral colors. The brightness of the coral red or cherry red within the walls of the bedroom could be subdued by choosing tan, pale yellow as well as slate gray. These bedroom palettes work very well in a teenager‘s bedroom. Egg yolk yellow is a superb paint color choice for any teenager‘s bedroom. It is a warm hue that is fresh and vibrant. Some paint colors that actually works well with egg yolk yellow is tan, off white, camel, dart chocolate and mahogany. One other good teenage bedroom idea is teal blue. This color is great for a boy‘s room that may not prefer girly shades like pink and lavender. Teal blue could be combined with chocolate and brownish for a unique look.
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