The master bedroom is the most critical room in the house. Bigger than size than other rooms of the house, it is usually occupied by the heads of the household. Most master beds come with an attached bathroom and boast a king-size bed.
Often, a flat-screen TV is displayed so people can stream movies laying down in bed. Hence, it makes a lot of sense that people want to take out time picking and to choose furniture in fashion, fabrics and other amenities for their master bedroom. All this effort pays off in the long run when visibly impressed guests keep on asking where someone shopped a particular piece of furniture from.
Here are three master bedroom décor ideas for 2019 that will serve as a quick guide for those renovating their homes.
Grey and white tones
Neutral furniture is all in right now. Minimalism is not going away anytime soon, and it is essential when curating the furniture in fashion for a bedroom. A bed is generally space where one comes to relax or sleep. Shades of grey and white are used in the interior of a bedroom actually paint a soothing environment. Color psychology shows that the tones used in a room have an impact on the residents. Gone are the days of heavy drapery. Simple furniture and basic sheets and blinds have been popular in the last years and will continue to remain so in 2019. When the walls, bed covers as well as the curtains are chosen in shades of grey, it draws attention to other brighter elements in the room, such as a blue pillowcase or a painting installed above the bed. Often flowers are used to add a touch of brightness.
The naked ceiling is simple but looks rustic and effortlessly sophisticated. This refers to exposed wooden beams that hang from the roof of the room. Gone are the days when ceilings were flat and boring. Now interior designers are looking into fall ceilings and naked ceilings that are structured on different levels. An attractive roof can make up for the simplicity of the entire room. The bed can be draped all in white so that to complement the brown and white hues of the ceiling. A chandelier or pendant lights can also be installed on the roof to make it look really classy.
Open-faced closets come up steel rods for hanging clothes and square storage units for storing scarves, pairs of pants and boots. Unlike traditional cabinets, they are not fitted into the walls and do not have a door that closes. These are modern because they make the room look ‘lived in’ without making it look messy. Space looks intimate when the room owner’s objects are put on display. Many open-faced wardrobes come with wheels, so they are easy to move around the room. These may just turn out to be the biggest trend in furniture in fashion for real estate in 2019.