Dramatic Black and White Master Bedroom Designs
Those of you searching for dramatic black and white master bedroom designs will want to see the impact the bed in the pictures has on the room. All decorating ideas aside; this unique bed demands attention. Dramatic might be considered an understatement as far as this amazing "wavy" piece is concerned.
Using a large piece of furniture as your focal point can be tricky but it will add a classy, modern look to your decorating project so long as the room is large enough.
. A bed with an unusual curved headboard and footboard would be an instant focal point immediately drawing the attention of anyone entering the room. A tufted headboard
using the right upholstery technique can be very sleek and sophisticated, sexy as it is romantic.
Space Required for Dramatic Bedroom Designs
Space, in any project, determines the size of the furniture. Example: A king size bed will make a small bedroom seem cluttered and cramped. A bed of this size alone requires a room that is at least 8-feet wide. This would indicate that there is not much room for anything "dramatic" in a bedroom that is 10 by 12 feet in size or less.
A bed frame that resembles a bit of modern art is another means of bringing drama into a black and white bedroom. There is nothing "square" about a bed with sleek curves and contemporary style.
Careful placement of the furnishings may allow you to fit a king size bed into a room that is barely over the above-mentioned minimum size.
Black and white bedrooms are high contrast and well suited for drama but not visual "space savers". Be aware that any color scheme that is "color blocked" with visual contrasts requires lots of room. Those of us with less square footage rather than more should opt for a less complicated color scheme.
A round bed with black and white bedding and plenty of pillows and a throw adds a cozy atmosphere and softens the look of even the most dramatic black and white bedroom designs.
Tips to make the most of the space you have include:
- Go for height rather than depth or width when it comes to dressers, desks or armoires to save floor space.
- Consider locating the dresser in the closet
- Place the headboard of the bed underneath a windowsill
- Place one side of the bed against the wall.
We would all prefer not to be forced to use these tips but they are very helpful and will prevent the room from seeming cluttered and crowded.
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