interior design for a bedroom

The bedroom is the space that we spend the most time in. Like it or not, we need to sleep to be able to function. So why not make it your personal haven with the use of interior decorating. This website provides bedroom interior design ideas for free. Sometimes it only takes a simple idea to get your creative juices flowing. Browse through the pictures and use the articles which provide advice to guide you through the ways to make a romantic bedroom using a canopy bed and how to create mood in your romantic bedroom. A simple process to create your own romantic bedroom.





If you want to enjoy the feeling of lying in Nature right inside the confines of your bedroom interior without leaving the good life behind, then this would be the perfect platform bed frame for you. Accentuated by blissful design, the natural wood frame will fit easily into a modern bedroom Interior. The elegant distinct design is inspired by Japanese interiors and adds a clean contemporary edge to any modern bedroom interior. This slim and sleek frame is raised less than a foot from the floor, giving you the feeling that you’re floating on air. The front edge of the bed sticks out slightly creating the illusion of a larger bed space without the bulk. But this modern bed frame is also enormously accommodating. It has plenty of room for two with extra space to spare. The stylish solid wood headboard is separated symmetrically into two big blocks, allowing for a couple to comfortably rest side by side. For more on this modern platform Bed, go to Modani.com


If you can, use the same fabric, design and color of the bedcovers as with the curtains. The room will have that “Interior Designed” look.


If you want to be one with nature as the look you want for your bedroom, go with woven wood shades. These are made from renewable resources like jutes, bamboos, reeds and rattan. Cool, cozy and “green” look is achieved!


If your room is small, use mirrors on the walls. It gives the room an illusion of space (If you are a Feng Shui believer, see the tips on mirrors).

For bedrooms and specially dens, put an exhaust fan on the ceiling or wall farthest from the window. It will suck-in the cold air outside and keep the air inside the room fresh and cool. This can even save you electricity bills by not using your air conditioner during cool months.

Some of us wants our bedrooms to be dark even late in the day specially when we sleep late. Thus some of us put up very dark curtains.  Deep colored curtains against a light colored wall comes very strong. It is better to have your walls a shade darker and the curtain a little lighter to lessen the contrast. An alternative is to use two layered curtains instead one that is very dark.

Aside from the typical center light on the middle of the ceiling, use lampshades, pin lights and up lights for mood lighting. These type of lighting gives dark and light patterns of light in the room.

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The bedroom is the space that we spend the most time in. Like it or not, we need to sleep to be able to function. So why not make it your personal haven with the use of interior decorating. This website provides bedroom interior design ideas for free. Sometimes it only takes a simple idea to get your creative juices flowing. Browse through the pictures and use the articles which provide advice to guide you through the ways to make a romantic bedroom using a canopy bed and how to create mood in your romantic bedroom. A simple process to create your own romantic bedroom.If you want to enjoy the feeling of lying in Nature right inside the confines of your bedroom interior without leaving the good life behind, then this would be the perfect platform bed frame for you. Accentuated by blissful design, the natural wood frame will fit easily into a modern bedroom Interior. The elegant distinct design is inspired by Japanese interiors and adds a clean contemporary edge to any modern bedroom interior. This slim and sleek frame is raised less than a foot from the floor, giving you the feeling that you’re floating on air. The front edge of the bed sticks out slightly creating the illusion of a larger bed space without the bulk. But this modern bed frame is also enormously accommodating. It has plenty of room for two with extra space to spare. The stylish solid wood headboard is separated symmetrically into two big blocks, allowing for a couple to comfortably rest side by side. For more on this modern platform Bed, go to Modani.com

If you can, use the same fabric, design and color of the bedcovers as with the curtains. The room will have that “Interior Designed” look.

If you want to be one with nature as the look you want for your bedroom, go with woven wood shades. These are made from renewable resources like jutes, bamboos, reeds and rattan. Cool, cozy and “green” look is achieved!

If your room is small, use mirrors on the walls. It gives the room an illusion of space (If you are a Feng Shui believer, see the tips on mirrors).

For bedrooms and specially dens, put an exhaust fan on the ceiling or wall farthest from the window. It will suck-in the cold air outside and keep the air inside the room fresh and cool. This can even save you electricity bills by not using your air conditioner during cool months.

Some of us wants our bedrooms to be dark even late in the day specially when we sleep late. Thus some of us put up very dark curtains.  Deep colored curtains against a light colored wall comes very strong. It is better to have your walls a shade darker and the curtain a little lighter to lessen the contrast. An alternative is to use two layered curtains instead one that is very dark.

Aside from the typical center light on the middle of the ceiling, use lampshades, pin lights and up lights for mood lighting. These type of lighting gives dark and light patterns of light in the room.

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