Most of us own a bedroom that we would ideally like to be bigger and whilst knocking down walls to make a room literally bigger might not be realistic, there are certain design `tricks` we can utilise to make a bedroom appear bigger. Eliminating the clutter in a bedroom will help create more space, likewise so would positioning dual-functioning items of furniture in the room, such as a sofa bed. Using two different types of flooring can also make a room appear to be deceptively bigger. Tricks like placing a rug on one side of the floor and leaving the other side exposed can generate the feeling of more space. Light has also played a pivotal role in the perceived size of a room and in a small room try to flood as much light as possible into the room to make it appear to be larger. Decorating the ceiling can be another good way to divert the eye from the smallness and bring another dimension to a bedroom.
Children`s bedrooms are one of the most the heavily redecorated rooms in the house for the simple reason that kids are eternally changing their mind about what they like and definitely don`t like. Storage should play an important role in the design of a child`s bedroom so that the hordes of toys they collect can be neatly put away in trunks and cupboards instead of littered all over the carpet. It may also be a good idea to avoid using themes in a child`s bedroom, for the simple reason that the superhero they love this month might not necessarily be in favour next month!
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