A house is as personal as it can get when one spends time and care to develop a certain said piece of land into a habitat. A habitat en route to becoming a home with a wish of architectural beauty here and a wash of Masonic partisanship there, not leaving out another touch of personalization too in a three dimensional spectrum of living comfortably. Irrespective of the type of dwelling there is always a wanting of more and more space. How do we use it is our own choice indeed.
In wanting to make a smaller room look like a master bedroom there are suitable factors that mentor into various permutation combinations giving it a better feel and if there is space, a better look. Since ages bygone and those that are yet to come will keep using natural elements as prerequisites to get this job done. Open windows, draped curtains of hues same as the walls, a king size bed and only a king sized bed in a bedroom make it well in form but are they functional, is a question worth looking into. Let’s do that!
On a supposition that a house already has a master bedroom and accepting the fact that it’s where the master belongs is etiquette well – judged. However if there is another room, a guest room if you will, for the sake of entertaining guests to feel that this is also a master bedroom indeed, is a magic which is one and is an art in itself. Why is the main bedroom of the house called master bedroom because that’s where to the master retires, after sorting out the affairs of his day. Likewise a smaller room needs preamble for such allowances.
Space, creative and additional
We have looked into what makes a smaller room ancillary. What makes it functional is to start with making the floorboard visible, the entire length and breadth of the floor in square metres. Apart from the bed (a day bed, if possible) there shouldn’t be another movable article that can be moved into this room that occupies the floorboard. Considering there is a provision for a night stand for alarm clock and the like, built in shelving is an option to move any movables into. While closets can shelve too, so can night stands and pendants.
In the case of small scale rooms create a focal point by putting up an art or creating a reading nook on one wall or at a corner. The span and spawn of furniture has to maximize wall space and opting rectilinear furniture for curved makes that option well exercised. The last perceived look of a room making it look bigger is the ceiling. The new fad of adding visual interest to a ceiling from pendant lighting to painting it to match the colour of the walls greatly reduces the notion where the walls ended and where the ceiling began.
Two master bedrooms?
Well that’s an ideal exclamation of what your friends should be falling for; a mirror enhances the look of a room. In fact, it helps to multiply the size of the room is spades provided there is enough light to bounce it off. If you want more light to bounce off the mirrored walls reflecting a larger surface area then wall to wall mirroring is not a bad idea either, combining it with the built in shelving discussed earlier. As long as there is creativity, count on it for creating a nonexistent space too. Two master bedrooms?