When you think of elegant bedroom sets in England or France, the associations may walk to big beds, textiles, tall ceiling lamps and puffs at the foot end. The similarities between these bedrooms and hotel rooms are often many, and who does not sleep magically among fluffy duvets? Whether you are facing a renovation project or just want to make some adjustments – dare take out the turns and inspire by these elegant bedrooms!
When we vacation, we often sleep as best, in stylish and elegant bedroom sets furnished with freshly painted sheets and fluffy pillows. There you get a home feeling – but exalted with some extra luxury. That luxury can be caught at home with simple means. In this picture, above all, five factors are seen that increase elegance immediately; the bedside table, the carpet, the pillows and the symmetrical nightstands with nice reading lamps.
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The elegant bedroom sets frame with high bedposts provides a beautiful frame and dark furniture against dark walls creates an exclusive layer-of-stock feel. The prisms on a crystal chandelier can help spread light reflexes and heat in a room that otherwise could easily get a pretty hard light, with the dark colors that eat it up. A matte graphic pattern in the same color scheme creates movement and ties together the ceiling and the floor.
A way to create an elegant look and feel is to paint at least one wall dark and use antique, heavy furniture. Do you have space to put a chest of drawers on each side of the bed like a nightstand, do it? Follow up with big table lamps, not for the sake of reading, but to create mood and luxury. You can always put up less reading lamps as well. Hang up your art is beautiful, powerful frames above your agencies.
We may not be directly known to overdecorate, but in some cases, we should be better at just maximizing. If you have a high ceiling in the bedroom, you can bet on a real magic chandelier or rooftop pendulum. A sturdy lamp can become a pièce de resistance to the often dominant bed.