If you prefer the look of a Roman shade, hang that from the ceiling. Pull the shade down just enough to cover the top of the window. This will elongate the look of your window and draw the eye up.
The blue master bedroom of a cottage in the Bahamas by Andrew Raquet Interior Design took shape around an Alan Campbell wallpaper; the fan is by Hunter, the headboard is by Avery Boardman, and the bed linens are by Matouk and D. Porthault.
White reflects maximum light, making any space look bright and welcoming. Even the tiniest, most claustrophobia-inducing rooms will seem more spacious with white walls, ceiling and bedding.
The hallway of a Bahamas vacation home, which was decorated by Miles Redd, is painted in a Benjamin Moore blue and lined with plaster palm trees; rugs from IKEA were stitched together to make the runner.
Making the bed wall the star of your bedroom can be fun for any size room. However, it’s especially helpful in a small bedroom because doing so gives the room personality and draws attention to the design feature, rather than the room’s diminutive size.
Ample sunlight can make a room feel bright, large, airy and energetic. In this room, the bed’s placement next to a window that fills the room with natural light creates an indoor-outdoor connection.
Decorator Marie-Anne Oudejans’s suite in India’s hotel Narain Niwas Palace features a master bedroom painted in blue and white by Vikas Soni, who also painted the portraits.
Highlighting something eye-catching in a small room will not only radiate personality and style, but also take the focus off the size of the room. So make a bold choice in your bedroom. You could select a distinct paint color for your bed wall or