A bedroom is a place where we go to unwind and relax away from all the demands that modern life puts upon us. Therefore whenever decorating or designing a bedroom one should take time to carefully plan just what you want in order to achieve a tranquil and peaceful haven away from the world outside. A bedroom really is a place where you can rest and relax and to share a few quiet moments with yourself or your loved one as well as being a place where you can get a good nights sleep.
However the bedroom although the most private and personalized space in a home must also reflect the owner’s lifestyle as well as their tastes and practical needs. Therefore if you are having an interior designer create your room， it is vital that you feed them as much information as you possibly can. Get to know them so you are completely comfortable sharing your thoughts and ideas. They will also need to know more tangible facts such as what storage space you need， the colours that you would prefer in your scheme and what if any particular theme you would like for your bedroom design.floral pillow cases
If it is a DIY job the first thing you should look at is the way you use your space as this will help you determine the layout of the room and crucially- the amount and type of storage and furniture you need. Often people find that there is furniture in their homes which is no longer required or just clearing out piles of old magazines， empty bottles and worn out clothes can provide you with space you did not realize you had.
Be honest， do you have in your room or have you ever had some kind of stepper or elliptical machine that get used everyday.but only as a clothes horse？! If sofunny standard pillowcases， don’t be too embarrassed- you are just the tip of the iceberg， the prize the most overly elaborate clothes horse in history must surely go to my mum who has a 4ft high， Happy Days style juke box currently being used as the world’s greatest dumping surface. When creating your layout. Think holistically rather than breaking the space up into little zones as you might in an open plan living area.
The space should feel tranquil and to achieve this， the room needs to feel spacious， flowing and unified. It is also important to give ample consideration to the lighting as this is what will have most influence on the mood and ambience. Certainly most rooms benefit from having both functional and decorative lighting in them. Functional lighting is used to set the scene in a room whilst decorative will add interest so don’t scrimp in this area.
Finally， when choosing a window dressing， remember to take into account the following points- the amount of natural light coming in， the existing décor， who the room is for and how much you want to spend. Window dressing is an area that offers a lot of choice these days. For a simple， inexpensive fix， plain curtains or a fabric roller blind would definitely suffice. For more decorative tastes， roman blinds or patterned drapes would suit. And for the more modern home， Venetian and horizontal blinds are blinds are the way to go. If you are a light sleeper or your room gets a lot of morning sun you may want to consider blackout blinds or curtains which， as the name would suggest， offers complete shutout from the sun.
I spied this ribbon mobile over at super-cute site Hudson&Co., and was struck by it’s beauty and simplicity. This is a no-sew project with results that are just so sweet. I asked the creator, Erin of Hudson&Co. to share the tute with us, and she agreed. I love it and I hope you do too.Here’s Erin to give us the scoop:I previously posted a roundup of Hudson’s mobiles, the final being this ribbon mobile that I made for him, and I promised a DIY so that you could make one too. My understanding of the value of mobiles is that they help babies develop motor skills as well as their sight. As Hudson is now three and a half months old, it was time to move on from the blue seahorse mobile and the blue felted mobile, to a mobile with brighter colours. I wanted it to be stimulating, but not overly so. Then I saw this photo in How to Raise an Amazing Child the Montessori Way and found my inspiration.Get the full DIY Super Sweet No-Sew Ribbon Mobile Tutorial after the jump…
Do you have wood furniture in your house that is scratched? But does the thought of completely refinishing it have you stall out before you even start? That's exactly how we felt about this desk in our house. But this fast as easy wood scratch “repair” (it's not really a true repair, but not sure what else to call it) trick worked so well. We revived our desk in about 5 minutes flat!
This baby ball softie tutorial is a great stash buster and easy gift to make. Sometimes the simplest toys are the most amusing. Included inside the toy is a little jingle bell to add interest to the handmade baby toy. These softie toys can be made from a variety of fabrics. In the tutorial I use cotton, but fleece, minky, and jersey knit are just some of the options that will work. This cute toy?tutorial?has?two template sizes and are beginner sewist friendly.