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How to select the best bedroom designs for Indian homes

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Bedroom design and wordrobe:   by TASA interior designer
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With urban lifestyles being influenced by western design, more and more Indian homes are sporting modern and minimalist décor. Smaller apartments and homes require the use of space-saving features for the furniture and accessories to provide beautiful and functional spaces. How can this be achieved? We present practical bedroom designs for Indian homes as seen in these charming projects by Tasa Interior Designer in Bangalore. They include modern as well as traditional design, depending on the requirements of the home owner.

Bedroom designs for Indian homes – multi-functional headboards

When a bedroom layout offers no space for placing small tables on either side for reading lamps, installing a wall panel that serves as the headboard for the bed as well as the illumination source with LED downlights built into the unit is an excellent alternative. The vertical metal strips on the panel also create the illusion of an increased height from the floor to the ceiling, making the area appear more spacious than it is. The electrical switches on either side of the bed are conveniently placed at a lower height to make it easier for the occupants of the bedroom to reach out to turn the lights off or on from the comfort of their bed.

Another practical idea for modern bedroom designs is a wall-mounted headboard that has the lamps and shelves attached to its frame to offer space for placing books or any other item that one needs by the bedside. The advantage of floating shelves instead of side tables is that they free up the floorspace, making daily cleaning easier besides bringing an airier look to the room. One can also get a custom-designed unit built by a reliable carpenter.

Find some creative headboard designs for bedrooms.

Bedroom designs for Indian homes – wardrobes

Bedroom design and wordrobe:  Bedroom by TASA interior designer
TASA interior designer

Bedroom design and wordrobe

TASA interior designer

Every bedroom needs wardrobes for storing clothes to keep the room looking organised. When it comes to wardrobe designs for bedrooms, there’s a wide variety of styles as well as materials that one can use for the doors. For a smaller bedroom, mirror-finish laminates on the closet doors reflect not only the natural light from the windows to brighten up the room but also the area, making it appear to double its size. Sliding doors are the best solution for smaller bedrooms as they save space since they don’t need  to open out.

For those who follow the guidelines of Vastu Shastra that advice against placing mirrors where they reflect the bed, wooden wardrobe doors are the best solution. For master bedroom wardrobe designs, a wooden door with hinges is an excellent choice, as this type of door is more affordable and low-maintenance compared to a sliding door that needs regular care to keep the channels free of dust and grime so that the system functional efficiently.

Get inspired by these trendy furniture ideas for the bedroom.

Bedroom designs for Indian homes – curtains

When looking at bedroom interior design pictures, it’s easy to notice the significance of curtains to the room’s décor. They can either match or contrast the colours of the room to create a synergistic look. Another trick that one can use to make a room’s ceiling look taller than it seems is to fix the curtain rod as close as possible to the ceiling. It creates the visual of an extended height in the room.

Similarly, to create the impression of width in a narrow room, the use of horizontal stripes in the curtains is an excellent solution. It is especially effective when other elements in the room such as a headboard or a wall panel follow the same pattern to make the eyes move along their width to trick one into believing the area is not as narrow as it is.

Curtains are a tool for regulating the natural light in the room. During the day, one needs sunlight without the glare, while at night the priority is privacy. A combination of sheer and blackout curtains is ideal for this purpose. The sheers can be drawn during the day to regulate the amount of sunlight in the room. At night, drawing the heavier curtains keep the bedroom safe from the prying eyes of the neighbours.

Bedroom designs Indian style

Some homeowners like to showcase traditional Indian craftsmanship in their bedroom. When one browses through Indian bedroom décor tips and ideas, the old world charm of handmade wooden furniture is undeniable. An important point to remember is to carry the look throughout the bedroom. For instance, an antique-finish king bed with intricate carvings or brass-studded motifs along the headboard and foot board should have matching side tables and a dresser unit, rather than modern side tables and other furniture pieces.

In general, heavy wooden furniture works best in larger rooms, but nowadays, one can also find traditional furniture made with space-saving features such as storage boxes built-in under the mattress.

Bedroom designs for Indian homes – television units

Nowadays, most master bedrooms have a television so that the room’s occupants can relax and watch their favourite movie or show from the comfort of their bed. Wall-mounted televisions are the new trend since they save space in the area. Therefore, a floating shelf under the television is a wonderful way to save space by providing a platform for the TV accessories without adding a bulky piece of furniture to the bedroom. Similarly, if a study area is required within the bedroom, a slim desk with open shelves is a much better alternative that a traditional wooden desk and storage cabinets.

Kids’ bedroom designs for Indian homes

Unlike the master bedroom and the guest room, a child’s bedroom needs to be cheerfully colourful with playful elements in its design. While choosing the colours, it’s best to have one of the primary colours – red, yellow or blue, dominating the room. This can be achieved by wallpaper and furnishings. Ideally, one should contrast it with lighter shades on the furniture so that the room doesn’t look too crowded. Most modern bedroom designs for children’s rooms include modular furniture, including beds, study desks and wardrobes.

For a more versatile design that can be used for several years without the child outgrowing it, it’s best to stick to pastel shades or gender neutral motifs on the walls and wallpaper. That way, changing the upholstery and the accessories can give the child’s bedroom a quick and easy makeover.

How to design an irregular shaped bedroom

Bedroom Designs for indian homes:  Bedroom by TASA interior designer
TASA interior designer

Bedroom Designs for indian homes

TASA interior designer

Whether it’s for the bedrooms in a new home or for renovating an existing bedroom, space-saving design is a key element in modern bedroom designs for Indian homes. The right layout and the perfect furniture can make a world of difference between an ordinary bedroom and a spectacular one. Many modern apartments come with an irregular shaped bedroom that has one of the walls set at an angle rather than in a perfect rectangular layout. Designing such a room can prove to be quite a challenge as one needs to make it look spacious while providing all the essential elements such as a bed, wardrobes and a dressing area. Deciding the layout isn’t easy, but by working with a professional interior designer, one can make the best use of the room by arranging everything along the walls to provide enough passage space around the bed.

What style will you choose for your bedroom decor? Leave your answer in the comments.
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