As you are designing the floorplan for a master bedroom, do you prefer an asymmetric or symmetric floor plan, and why? I'm looking for some new and interesting ways to furnish a master suite. Thanks
I like the way my master bedroom is - black framed bed in the middle with a black set of drawers on either side with a large chest of drawers with mirror opposite. The only room in the house I like because all the colours match and it looks good!
Guess I'm old fashioned though...
I'm working on puting together the master bedroom right now in the house I'm building. Actually, there will be two identical "master" bedrooms, one for me, one for my wife, each with its own bathroom. In the bathrooms, hers will have a larger shower enclosure but mine will be the only one with a tub; hers will have the "female-mandatory" double sinks and bigger mirror(s).
As for the bedrooms themselves, it's just however we can fit things in there. In Pam's case, no matter the size of the room, it'll end up cluttered sooner or later anyway. In my case, just as long as I've got the bed situated so I have a clear shot at any would-be home invader coming through the door, I'm good.
I don't know about structure lol but I set about making my bedroom the garden of eden, the most beautiful place you could ever be.
I have a couple of potted trees that reach to the ceiling, candle holders all around on stands. A dolphin lamp beside my bed that steams. A huge king four poster bed with a lace net spilling over, and the galaxy and stars stretched all across the ceiling.
At night you lay there looking through the net and watch the milky way and stars twinkle, you could almost swear you were in paradise outside beneath a beautiful night scene.
It is funny when my friends come to visit everyone wants to sit in there, as it gives this incredible experience to anyone who sees it.
I don't know about the sitting part, but would defintely like to visit!
You are welcome to step in my garden of eden anytime Logic, be sure to wear a fig leaf. Honestly once you were there you would not want to leave.
Speaking of paradise, if you have the time, and are so inclined, take a look at my new hub. I wrote it before I read this so it was interesting to note some of the similarities when I came upon this thread.
Do you do in home design consultations?
Go to HGTV's website and they will lead you to many resources to find the information you are looking for!
Canopy beds are making a come back. Personally I like a little asymmetry to keep it interesting. I like the look of the picture at the bottom of my hub:
maybe it will inspire you
Internet is such a place where you can get many ideas to decorate your room, you can either put some bedroom accessories or create some styles with stylish wardrobe and beds. I think you can get many decor accessories & ideas to make your bedroom the best place to live in.
this is also important because your bedroom is where you get your rest and recharging so it is a must that it is comfortably and perfectly designed to your tastes. Various ideas from searching on google or over the web, also you can take advices from professional layout and design artists as well as friends and relatives.
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