Create Calm Atmosphere in Your Bedroom With These Small Details

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    Interiors Interiors Mar 02, 2017 09:29 AM EST


    Small details can drastically change your bedroom into a place of peace and quiet that would be a great calm retreat from your stressful life. Have a look at how easy it is to make your bedroom your very own escape.

    Millenials are so used to the hustle and bustle of life that they crave for that small piece of calm retreat without knowing they can achieve it by adding small details. Apartment Therapy gives you the lowdown on these solutions to make your bedroom even more of a safe haven than you feel it is.

    Your bedroom is one of the most important rooms in the house and what better way for your bedroom to become a calm retreat without spending that much on small details? There is beauty in the small things and that is what people tend to overlook. Luxurious retreat houses and hotels have certain qualities that would add to the overall ambiance of the place.

    One of the basic among the small details is an accent chair and this in itself is enough to achieve that calm retreat you have been craving for all day. Accent chairs are chairs that take center stage in a room (even if they're not in the middle), they're usually big and cozy in appearance as seen in Wayfair. They come in different texture, sizes, and color but they have one thing in common: COMFORT.

    Having your very own calm retreat where you can enjoy the privacy and leisure is actually a good deal considering all you need to do is change or add some small details. Subtle yet playing a big role are your fabrics. Knowing a good bed sheet, draperies, and even pillowcases can help set the mood right. Opt for calm shades that are easy on the eyes.

    Small details such as lighting can give that sense of calm retreat in your room as long as you know how to do it. According to Kichler, layering your lighting can play around with someone's mood so it is best to consult an expert to find out the areas where you need to install your lights. If you're not comfortable with it, stick to night lamps.

    Calm retreat may be the inspiration for your bedroom change but focus also on yourself, small details that may not seem that much of a necessity can also harbor change. These small, decorative details may be either a headboard, or a footstool that echoes the same cool and peaceful hues in your room.

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