Published at Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 - 07:00:02 AM. . By Abella Martin.
Next, you'll need to find furniture that works for the space. When working to create a nature inspired bedroom design, you'll want to steer clear of pieces that feature too much ornamentation. Instead, opt for pieces with clean lines and fluid, organic shapes. Opt for natural wood tones rather than painted finishes. While nature isn't necessarily simple, it tends to be interpreted as 'natural' and 'simple.' This should be seen in your furniture choices. Of course, depending on your personal style, it's also perfectly acceptable to choose carved wooden pieces that feature ornate but natural botanical details for your bedroom design. This is especially true if you are going for a tropical style. However, keep in mind that this does not necessarily blend well with other nature-based styles, nor is it for everyone.
Everyone has their personal preference when it comes to the choice of bedside table or cupboard. There are, though, some common principles worth considering. First, for convenience, it is best if the unit is approximately the same height as the top of the bed mattress. This will vary, but will most usually be around 50cm/lft 8in. Ideally there should be enough space within the unit to accommodate all that you might wish to store at the bedside: this will help prevent a cluttered top with nowhere to set down that occasional cup of tea or perhaps a posy of fresh rosebuds. A sheet of clear glass cut to the outline of the top of a cloth-covered table will help to prevent staining and dust gathering on the fabric surface.
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