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.
It is not just the attic room that benefits from the brilliance of the skylight. Any small bedroom with limited space can be transformed into a more open setting with the use of the skylight.
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?
Red and green look as appealing in a modern context as they do in traditional settings. Much as in the case of the red and green dining room shaping a modern bedroom in these two hues is all about using them in moderation.
Gray has been topping the ‘popular neutrals’ chart for what seems like forever now and yellow brings energy and joyful exuberance to almost any space it adorns. Bring these two together in the bedroom and you have a personal retreat that is both exciting and relaxing at the same time.
You can combine as many as 6 individual drawers to create the unmistakable ‘tallboy’ or use a single-drawer unit as a nightstand for your low-slung platform bed.
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.
Leading the dynamic duo of bedroom storage units on display today is with is circular silhouette and charming little presence. These lovely units can be combined as modular units to shape nightstands that range from a simple single drawer unit to configurations with multiple drawers.