Lanell R. Barnett. Bedroom. January 18th , 2017.
Take a look at it. Then, answer more of these: Are there too many clutters around and on your bed? Does is smell like a dumpster because of the dirty clothes lurking around your bedroom? Can the sight of your bedroom relax your muscles after a hard day? Does it make you smile the moment you wake up or it makes you remember how dull your life is every time you open your eyes? Is your bedroom a total mess? Does it seem like every thing is all over the place? And did you just turn left to see all these?
Stick with a color palette that soothes your eye. The colors that you'll choose should harmonize with each other. This way, your room will radiate a very relaxing atmosphere. Start with your bed sheets. You can have your bed as the focal point of your room. Your bed can have the strongest color. If you think that there's a need to repaint your walls, do so. Figure out how your room will look as spacious as possible. Interior design magazines can help you in this department. Space and coordination can make your room very pleasing and inviting. Once you've given your room a face lift, you will be glad you did! You might end up not wanting to get out.
The house has many parts-the patio, foyer, hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, rec room, basement, and attic. However, among all these parts, many people's favorite is their own bedroom. Of course, the bedroom is your own room. It means you have complete privacy (at least most of the time) and you can do whatever you want inside your own space.
Take away everything that is not supposedly in your bedroom. Yes. That includes your computer. Your workplace should go elsewhere. Anything that will distract you from relaxing, rejuvenating and making love should be out of the picture. This means that your hamper for dirty clothes must find a new home. Anything that spells ugly, messy and stinky should go.
Rearrange the location of the furniture in the bedroom so that the room looks new. You do not necessarily put all old furniture back in the room. Choose only the most needed ones to create more spacious space for your teen. Painting the old furniture with color contrasting or related to the new wall pain will also create a different ambiance. As teens usually have many things to keep, mounting shelves on the wall for keeping books, displays, or other inventories is suggested.
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