A master bedroom should be the perfect retreat from whatever is going on in the rest of the home and a place where you can really kick -back and relax. Keep your master bedroom clutter-free. Even if you’re the kind of person who tends to have stuff everywhere, try to keep it out of the bedroom. Consider painting the ceiling white if it’s not already that color.
No matter how bold you want to be with your decor, a white ceiling creates an impression of height and extra space. 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.
Make sure you think about the position of the bed above everything else. Normally, two people share the master bedroom so if this is the case you need to be able to access the bed from both sides. Otherwise, one person will always be climbing over the other, which isn’t an ideal situation. 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 nicely with this decorating scheme. Choose furniture with clean, straight lines and polished chrome or aluminum metal.
Most importantly, treat yourself. It’s your home and you deserve to have some luxuries in the master bedroom. Whether that means spending a bit more on your bed or paying for that stylish flat-screen TV, do something to remind yourself that you made it possible. 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 their 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.