Because these spaces are removed from the public eye, bedrooms are often the most overlooked areas in the home when it comes to interior design. However, a simple, attractive and functional bedroom design is a must for anyone who wishes to escape from a busy day.
Transitional furniture can drive sophisticated bedroom designs. By selecting attractive yet neutral furnishings, you can provide a timeless foundation for other accents and accessories that will change over the years according to taste, style and upcoming trends.
Use Transitional Furniture From Gabby to Update Your Bedroom Design
In an article from Houzz, Dylan Chapel states that “every bedroom absolutely has to have a bed in it…[yet] beds are big and ungainly, and dictate the placement of every other object in the room.” The best way to combat a “big and ungainly” bed is to display it with a stylish headboard. Gabby’s selection of headboards are simple and straightforward, adding just enough style to make your space more attractive and spacious.
A small bedroom can feel cramped and claustrophobic, especially if you need room for a dresser and nightstand. In this case, a stylish mirror, like our French reproduction antique mirror, will come in handy as you dress for the day. Mirrors are also good for creating the illusion of a view, especially when placed opposite a piece of art, hanging plants, or beautiful wall hanging.
Patterns and print add interest, but most people rely on their bedding for this purpose. But with a queen or king size bed, this can mean too much pattern. Instead, let your furniture do some of the work. Gabby’s Alexis Vintage Style Dresser and Harper Chest both feature textured patterns that add visual interest without overpowering surrounding spaces.
Since the bedroom is a private space, the design should be all about you. Choose pieces that express who you are. Are you a solid and straightforward Addison Cube? Or are you more decorative in nature, like the Beatrice Side Table with its gilded iron drum base and antiqued mirror top? The idea is to select furniture that will last a lifetime, so selections should reflect the core of who you are.