one Overhead light as the only source of illumination
The concept of lighting — «the only chandelier on the ceiling» — has ceased to be relevant for any room, today designers are thinking over multi-level lighting and using several light sources. And the bedroom is no exception.
2 Bedroom in the common space of the studio
Small apartments and studios are a trend in the housing market. Of course, this is explained by the fact that the price of a square meter is rapidly rising in price, so now many are considering small-sized housing for purchase. Nevertheless, even on such an area, designers strive to allocate a full-fledged place to sleep, but they do not recommend “opening” it into the studio space.
“Before, they tried to expand the space by refusing to isolate the bedroom. Now I am faced with the fact that an isolated room is necessary, says the designer
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3 Partitions and doors that let in a lot of light
four Porcelain stoneware and tiles for walls and floors
Now there is a trend to use porcelain stoneware and tiles not only in wet and dirty areas like kitchens, bathrooms and hallways. But
“Porcelain stoneware, marble, granite and tile as wall and floor finishes are cold materials and look and feel uncomfortable in the bedroom. Alternatively, you can use softer and warmer materials — wood, plaster, decorative plaster, wallpaper. On the floor — laminate, cork, parquet, quartz vinyl.
5 Folding sofa
Along with the growing trend for small apartments, a reasonable problem arose — how to fit the sleeping area in a small space? The most obvious solution to which we, in general, are accustomed is folding sofas. However, designers are often against it, and
“I would not use a pull out sofa in the bedroom instead of a full bed.
Rarely, but still I receive such requests from customers. And with each of them, I conduct explanatory work about the benefits of a quality orthopedic mattress for sleeping. If the footage of the room is small, and it is necessary to place several functions, then it is better to consider the option of a bed in a niche, ”explains Anna.
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6 Soft panels behind the headboard
Until recently, we included soft panels in the top trends in bedroom design, but, according to
7 free standing wardrobe
“Of course, the most ideal option is to place a wardrobe system in the bedroom, if the area and layout allow. But this is not always possible. When choosing between a free-standing wardrobe and a built-in wardrobe, I prefer the latter, as it looks like a continuation of the architecture of the room, a single volume with it. And there are many tricks on how to do it on a relatively budgetary basis, for example, integrating the Pax system from IKEA into a pre-prepared niche, ”recommends Anna.
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