While most often we find skylights being used in expansive living rooms and small attics they can be an equally invaluable and aesthetic addition to the bedroom as well. The sight of the clear night sky and twinkling stars also helps in creating a more soothing atmosphere and aids in a good night’s sleep.
With audacious designs that bring the night sky above the headboard indoors stargazers will never have to leave the comfort of their bed to catch the next big celestial event! Apart from bringing the outdoors inside skylights ensure that you do not have to rely on artificial light sources during the daytime for illumination.
Yet you can always find that perfect balance between what is ‘in’ and what you love to create a serene and truly chic bedroom. Much like the case of the predicted trends for bathroom design in 2015 it will be a blend of the exciting and the relaxing that will hold sway and woo homeowners in the months to come.
Once again think about a blend of modern and rustic elements instead of fully committing to just one style. Beds with an iron frame ornate chandeliers and natural wood walls work beautifully with this bedroom style. Also add an antique piece or two to truly give the room an inimitable and exclusive vibe.
2015 will see this trend shaping the bedroom with iconic Midcentury decor making its way into the bedroom. But it is not furniture alone that will set the tone as simple clean lines coupled with bold colors add to this vibrant theme.
This kids’ bedroom takes an entirely different approach to holiday decorating by opting to keep the usual red green and gold out of the picture. A Christmas stocking at the fireplace and a few simple figurines are used to usher in a restrained understated festive theme. An approach that works well for those who wish to shun pomp!
Are you struggling to achieve that ideal balance between aesthetics and functionality in your bedroom? Maybe it’s the lack of space that is impeding your quest for the perfect bedroom?
Depending on the style of your bedroom its size and the shelf space that you need you can pick a 3- or 4-drawer Andy unit as well. Available in fun colors and both matte and glossy finishes this cool unit also adds geometric contrast to minimal and contemporary bedrooms.