The master bedroom is a place to find peaceful relaxation. A place that is uncluttered and personal. That is why so many people today are using the modern decorating style to get a sleek and stylish look that is soothing and uncluttered. Here are some tips on you can get modern relaxation in your master bedroom.
While you don’t want a lot of clutter around your bedroom, it can be quite bland with no decorations at all and using modernistic accessories and furniture with plain but interesting shapes can help keep they room stylish and serene. Choose colors in a monochromatic palette, grays, black, white and tan are all great for this style. Try using a variety of tans or taupes or go with black and white with a few orange or red accessories for a punch of color.
The biggest pieces in the bedroom are the bed and bureaus and you want yours to match the modern style. By and large, dark or light stained wood items match nice with this decorating scheme. Choose furniture with clean, straight lines and polished chrome or aluminum metal.
Bring your style down to the floor by displaying matching carpet. While you are putting in flooring for your home design, ensure you decorate with a style that matches your décor and also consider the colors in the design. To get an interesting decorative look, why not try shag or medium pile in colors such as white, black or beiges?
Lighting fixtures can really help to pull your modern decorating theme together. The bedroom looks great with both overhead and accent lighting. Choose lights that are sleek chrome with modern shades – again using only items with clean lines. Modern track lighting is fine for the ceiling, but you want accent lamps on your nightstands and bureaus.
Windows are a key part of your decor, thus you are looking for the window treatments in your master bedroom to be inviting to the eye as well as add appeal to the room design. This method of home decor goes nicely with drapes or valances and sheers that have a light minimalist design. If you don’t want fabric, then go with some nice wide slat wooden (or faux wood) blinds in the window.