Some Ideas For Redecorating Your Master Bedroom
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Your master bedroom needs to be a place where you can relax in comfort and get away from the rest of the world. You may want to read a book or watch TV, so here are a few ideas for high end custom bedroom units, Boca Raton, FL.

If you are a fan of the modern look, then clean lines are essential. You can have a built-in wardrobe or free-standing ones, but either way they should have a smooth modern appeal. With built-in wardrobes, sliding doors take up less space than doors which open outwards into the room.

Depending on the size of the room, you may just want to have a TV standing on a cabinet, such as a chest of drawers, or you may want to go the whole nine miles and install an entertainment center. A pair of small bedside cabinets are always useful for storing things, and you may want to keep a glass and a small jug of water there. A pair of matching table lamps of a modern design will provide light for reading in bed, if you don’t want to have to get up and turn off the light. Recessed lighting in the ceiling can use warm-white bulbs to give a warm glow to the room overall.

A Rustic Design

Of course, it may be that you are not a fan of the ultra-modern look and prefer something far more traditional in the way of high end custom bedroom units in Boca Raton, FL. In this case, go for wood furniture in mahogany or something similar and use brass handles for drawers and wardrobe doors. A rustic design can be very pleasing and restful, and you can incorporate some elaborate carving or designs as well. Have a bed set with a wooden bed frame, or even go for a four-poster bed for that extra touch of elegance.

If you can find one, get a bed with drawers in the base. This makes for extra storage of blankets, sheets, and so on. If you can’t find one with drawers but you have space under the bed you can have a storage box on rollers that you can keep under the bed.

Mix and match for bedding is a trend that has been around for some while. To get it right you only use three patterns and keep to the 60/30/10 rule. This says that the first pattern should be about 60% of the entire bedding, 30% should be accent pieces, and the other 10% can add a bold touch. The patterns have to differ from each other so that there is no repetition.