Want to live like a king? The first step is designing a bedroom that befits royalty! And what’s the design style that you can use to do that? The modern-classical style. It’s the perfect style to emulate a stately aura in your spaces. So, if you’re interested, here are 5 must-know rules for designing such bedroom interiors:
1. The rules for tufting
While everyone knows that tufting is the easiest way to get that gorgeous modern-classic aura in your bedrooms, many don’t understand just where and how to accomplish it. You could design a whole headboard tufted wall, furnish with a tufted chaise lounge, or design a tufted niche with recessed lights to truly embrace this look.
2. Curtains with a flair
Do remember that modern-classic interior designs don’t go well with sleek window treatments such as blinds. They only look well with lush curtains and drapes. Therefore, you must pay extra attention to the colour, fabric, and even the top-knots of the curtains that you commission in order to get that stunning royal aura.
3. Wainscoting for the win
Another rule for designing modern-classic bedroom interiors is to make some place for wainscoting. If you can’t emulate wall-beading on your walls, you can apply a similar design on your wardrobes. If you take a look at this image, you’ll see exactly what we’re talking about. The full-sized white wardrobe with classical wainscoting and beautiful hardware makes a stunning statement!
4. Damask style wallpapers
This is not exactly a hard-and-fast rule, but if you really want to emulate an upscale modern-classic vibe in your bedrooms, you can clad an entire accent wall in the lightest Damask style wallpaper. The light-hued white-lavender wallpaper in this bedroom is the perfect example of this technique. Just remember to use the lightest shade possible for an elegant and sophisticated vibe.
5. Elaborate light fixtures
Beautiful and elaborate light fixtures are an excellent way to carry the modern-classic theme in your bedrooms. Of course, the best way to do so is to hang a chandelier in the middle of the ceiling. But if you’d prefer a ceiling fan, you can opt for traditional wall-lights and affix them above both nightstands for the perfect accenting!