The problem is getting the lighting just right as you do not want to have really bright lights in a bedroom but softer more relaxed shades that will not strain the eyes but still make it easy to read. Certain colors go well with a bedroom that is also being used as a reading room; shades of ivory for instance or the warmth of antique amber and relaxing slate blue. If your preference is have a room that can be used purely to relax in then remodeling the master bedroom will mean the addition of mirrors combined with extra pillows and landscape paintings; which should help to provide this effect.
Nightstands are also important to keep things at hand. Aside from their known function, they also have decorative value and may be used to display treasured keepsakes. If you intend to work in the bedroom, you can also add a work desk that will fit your needs. Bigger nightstands may also be used to hold the things that you need while working. A comfortable chair is also in order once you start working in the bedroom. A decorative yet comfortable chair may also be an option to provide added visual interest in your bedroom. Other pieces of furniture may include a dresser, a bedroom bench or a television stand. Carefully choosing quality and timeless bedroom furniture will be sure to provide enjoyment for years to come. Choosing the proper sheets and complementing drapes coupled with a few chosen accessories is also crucial.
Take a moment, and think about the different living spaces within your home. Now, ask yourself this question. Of all of those living spaces, which one do you spend the most time in? At first, this might seem like something of a trick question, but the answer is obvious. Provided you‘re getting your requisite 8 hours of sleep every night, the living space in which you‘re spending the most time is undoubtedly your master bedroom!