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If you’re getting ready to furnish your new home, one of the rooms you should pay the most attention to is your master bedroom. This room is your personal oasis in your home and should be as comfortable as possible.
If you’re looking at Kailua package homes and planning to buy a new house, you’re likely also planning to refurnish all the spaces in your new home. Among the most important rooms in any house is the master bedroom. This is the room in which you will be spending much of your time.
Your master bedroom is a space that is purely your own and is often personalized to your likes and preferences. However, regardless of your preferences, there are some elements of a master bedroom that you should keep in mind when designing it to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible:
- Wardrobe: Make sure you have enough space to store all your clothes and assorted items. If possible, opt for a walk-in closet in order to maximize space. You can experiment with drawer and closet sizes to add a sense of playfulness to the space.
- Lighting: If you’re a night-time reader, having small lights you can use at night without disturbing your sleeping partner is an important consideration. Some options you can consider include wall lights on either side of the bed and small pendant lights hung from the ceiling. Make sure that you have a switch to the main light near the bed, so you don’t need to get out of bed to turn it on or off.
- Other Furniture: While your master bed will dominate the room, you will need other furniture to complement the space. Look for comfortable chairs, a reading nook, built-in shelving, and a window seat to make sure you can get the most out of your master bedroom.
- Ventilation: Make sure your master bedroom has enough windows or other ventilation options so that it doesn’t get musty and damp over time.
- Multi-Layered Bedding: While your bed may be soft, having nothing but two pillows and a bed sheet on it can leave it looking boring and uninviting. Layering the bedding not only makes it look more attractive, it also makes your bed more comfortable to collapse into as well.
- Headboard: The bed’s headboard is often what catches the eye first as someone enters the master bedroom. Make sure the headboard is attractive. If you move around a lot at night and are worried about your head hitting the headboard, you can find soft, plush options that will keep you protected while looking stylish at the same time.
- Curtains: Natural light is often an important consideration when positioning your bedroom. However, sometimes privacy is a must-have. To make sure your master bedroom is private, choose quality curtains. Thick curtains can also be helpful at night, as they prevent the glare from streetlights from disturbing your sleep.
- A Dresser and Mirror: Your master bedroom will also be the space in which you will get ready, especially if you prefer not to change in the bedroom. To make this process easier, make sure you have a dresser to store make-up and other similar items on. A mirror will also help you get ready and can also make your room feel more light and airy by bouncing the light that hits it around the room.
If you’ve got any questions regarding Kailua package homes or regarding how to best design your master bedroom, contact R. Clary Builders at (808) 263-4463 or you can Learn More by Clicking Here – we would love to answer any questions that you may have!