Bedroom Design Ideas: Being Asleep On The Nines Of Clouds
Are you fed up with claustrophobic bedrooms that offer very little floor space? The cutting-edge beds of the future will be able to alleviate such complaints in ingenious ways. Either it will be cantilevered up to the ceiling or it will float in space with the assistance of magnetic forces. Neither option is currently available. It is even possible that it vanishes into the subfloor. In any case, it will free up valuable floor space, allowing your bedroom to feel much more open and airy as a result. Since we do not have access to shape-shifting magical beds at this time, we will have to make do with finding ways to declutter the area so that it appears to have more space.
The golden rule for making a space appear larger is to maintain the visibility of as much of the wall and floor space as possible. Creating a focal point in your bedroom is one way to accomplish this goal. Put that chair that makes a statement next to your bed, or put that bench at the foot of your bed. Get rid of any low-lying furniture or unused items that are taking up space in those corners. Your room may appear to be smaller than it is if the corners are cluttered with unnecessary items. Getting rid of these items will give the impression that your bedroom is much larger.