Georgia Corinna. Bathroom. August 17th , 2018.
Sharpei by Roberto Cavali rhymes with coziness as it is fully made of wood and foam. The piece’s refined style accompanied by its antique vibes created by its pleated white leather clearly embody sophistication and elegance in the most perfect way. This designer chair fits perfectly among mid-century furniture in your sleeping quarters.
Multiple seating areas: To create more than one seating area, determine your lifestyle for your master bedroom. If you regularly have your kid’s come in the morning to watch television as you sit at a side desk to check your email, seating should accommodate all functions. A love seat couch, and separate desk chairs, and conversation areas can be created to make your bedroom serve as a ‘living master bedroom’ area. Your seating should reflect your lifestyle and too many or too little seating should only be defined by you.
Have your seating compliment the bed: In the master bedroom, the bed should take center stage. Choose seating that compliments it in color, form, materials, or all of the above. A small bench or seat at the end of the bed makes for a perfect place to put on shoes in the morning without messing up the made bed! Create a pulled together look with a custom tufted headboard and matching upholstery fabric on your chairs. When your entire bedroom is treated like one ensemble, the result is a beautiful space that is functional for seating and lounging.
Light it up: Whether you’re gaming or reading, you can make your lounge area more functional by incorporating some strategic lighting. Wall lights are a good idea, particularly if you have bean bag chairs or lounge chairs set up near a wall. String lights are another great idea – you can hang them down low so they’re just overhead while you’re seated in your chair. Plus, this type of lighting will set your lounge space apart from the rest of your room without requiring a lot of change or extra work.
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