5 Spaces That Prove There’s More To A Bedroom Than A Bed

If you’ve ever felt as if your bed is the most dominant part of your bedroom – then you’re absolutely right! But is that is only thing that matters? Not really. There’s actually a lot more to a bedroom interior design than just the bed, and we’re here to steer you in the right direction so that you can focus more on these understated elements. Let’s take a look:


1. Window treatments

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The one thing that both complements and contrasts the design of your bed is the window treatments. In the past, people used to experiment with curtains only, but these days you can pick from a vast variety of blinds and fabrics to make the window treatments a statement worthy part of your home.


2. Classy media walls

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There’s a great comfort of its own when you watch television all snuggled up in your comfy duvet, so if you’re one for enjoying this, then having a media wall in your bedroom is a total requisite. You can customize the aesthetic of these walls to whatever suits your tastes, and they’ll definitely feel like a centerpiece in your homes.


3. Nightstands

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Many people underestimate the importance of a good nightstand, but where else will you keep all those important documents? Where else would you stow your personal stationary? Where else will you keep those keys safe and sound? The size, décor, and placement of your nightstand are an important part of the bedroom aesthetic, so you definitely have to focus on it.


4. All about the feature wall

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The feature wall is another important part of your bedroom interior, but did you know that keeping it simple is just as impactful as investing in a bold, elaborate design? You can go for a plain painted wall in the colour of your choice on these accent walls. You can either keep it plain or embellish it with a galley wall-esque aesthetic for maximum impact.


5. The wardrobe

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Most Singaporeans neither have the space nor the inclination to maintain a full-sized walk-in closet, which is why wardrobes have become an inherent part of the bedroom. They’re usually tall and imposing – deliberately left plain for convenience, but you can have a lot of fun with their design. From sliding door leaves to customized patterns, there’s a lot you can do to make this element fun.


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