Published at Tuesday, 30 May 2017 by Aiglentina Gross in Bedroom, with total 54 photographs.
Bag a bench A bench at the end of your bed can provide useful storage as well as a place to perch while you're wrestling on your skinny jeans. Slot one in as well as ― if space is tight ― ditch the familiar bedroom chair, freeing up space elsewhere in the room. Bedroom in neutral tones. We used Farrow & Ball Shaded White on the walls. The curtains are on a wave heading, the fabric is a linen as well as available through Elizabeth Bowman. The bed was bespoke as well as available from Elizabeth Bowman. Please contact the studio for pricing.
For greater flexibility consider pairing a translucent curtain with a separate blackout curtain, mounted back to back. That way you can get either filtered light or total darkness, depending on your needs. The blackout curtain here extends from floor to ceiling as well as wall to wall, assuring complete darkness while minimizing the presence of the sliding glass doors. Use heavy curtains to block out bright light If you do shift work or live on a brightly lit street, hanging heavy curtains or block―out blinds in your bedroom will cocoon you in darkness so you can easily slide into sleep as well as enjoy a deep, uninterrupted slumber. Wearing an eye mask will also help block out light from indoor or outdoor light sources.
Fullness as well as Stacking ― It's important to remember that the literal width of a set of curtain panels should not simply equal the width of the curtain rod. This is for two important reasons: fullness as well as stacking. Fullness refers to the fabric width needed to give the curtains a pleasant, natural wave (rather than trying to have them stretch tautly as well as awkwardly across a wall when closed). Metal curtain rods offer a nice contrast in a room with a lot of wood furniture.
Be creative with curtains ― Stylists rarely leave a window unadorned when it can be softened as well as enhanced with a pair of dreamy handmade drapes. Heavyweight curtains like these can be interlined to prevent heat loss, or given blackout lining to ensure sublime slumbering. They are often weighted at the bottom to encourage a nice 'hang' as well as require a little arranging each day to make the fabric fall into pleats.
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