home decor. Friday , July 07th , 2017 - 22:36:02 PM
If you can, try to add some soothing light fixtures, and for the sound effects, you can place an indoor artificial fountain in the room to make it absolutely real! If you cannot think of the constant sound of the waterfall, then arrange some musical pieces in a CD and play them on some very special moments!
Another way to play with light is to play with the actual light in the room, although this technique alters the feel of the room (and possibly its utility) more than you might want it to. For instance, a home office is usually bright, so make it dim instead―eliminate any room light (ceiling fixtures, etc.) and use small, strategically-placed reading lamps instead. Or go the other way in the living room―instead of a dim room for watching TV, make it bright by uncovering windows, and installing multiple light sources. The great thing about playing with light in this way is that it's easily reversible if you change your mind.
Your own little haven, where you relax, unwind after a hard day's work, i.e. your bedroom should be the epitome of comfort. While decorating the bedroom, keep in mind not to make it too garish or loud, or too simplistic for your taste. Just keep it relaxing and comfortable, a place where you look forward to retiring in at the end of the day. Here's a list of some ideas for different types of bedrooms.
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