Key Pieces of Furniture for a Master Bedroomby Alsons Properties Leading Real Estate Firm
The master bedroom is what anchors your living space together. In luxury real estate, they are typically on the second floor of a home they are usually a sanctuary to the gatekeepers of the household. In a nuclear family setting, these are the parents.
You want your master bedroom to be the perfect blend of tranquility and liveliness because you will be spending most of your time there.
Here are some few key pieces of furniture and decor that every master bedroom should have.
A King-sized Bed
Luxury real estate is typically on the larger side of homes, which would equate to having a large master bedroom. The bed should be the focal point of your room and the most substantial piece of furniture. Aside from having plenty of space to rest, you can also invite your children to hang out with you on your bed.
Walk-in Closet That Connects to the Bathroom
There's nothing more inconvenient than taking a long, steamy bath and then having to walk into your cold room to find warm and fresh clothes to wear. Keep the temperature consistent for maximum comfort. And you avoid dripping bathwater all over the floor of your room.
A Mix of Warm and Cool Lighting
Lighting isn't something that you should scrimp on, and it's an investment. It can make or break the setup of your master bedroom. Cool lighting is reserved for day time to compliment the natural light coming from the windows while warm light is used to settle down at night time. You'll want to invest in lighting that is easy on the eyes and is appropriate for space. Floodlights aren't precisely the kind of thing you'd want in your bedroom, probably pin lights in every corner for the ambiance.
Getting up bright and early is the key to living a healthy lifestyle. Having big windows for light to flood in every morning is a great way to reset your circadian rhythm. Not only that, it's very relaxing to have your window overlooking the garden.
Light pollution is the enemy of a peaceful night's sleep. You only want light coming into your bedroom in the morning, but to set the mood for your sleep, it's best for your body to sleep in a pitch black room. A set of blackout curtains should do the trick.
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