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There is a widespread misconception that modern environments must be harsh and unwelcoming. Large, paneled windows let in a lot of natural light, which enhances the beauty of your surroundings and outlook. A plush headboard and a few pieces of modern art in frames could add a splash of your favorite colors. Too much metal in a bedroom can make it feel cold, but the right metal modern accents have the opposite effect. Begin with metal-legged chairs, curved chrome lamp fixtures, or even an iron dresser or end table with a glass top.
Textured panels are another way to liven up a drab master bedroom ceiling. These panels are available in a variety of styles, including contemporary geometric patterns and vintage embossed metal tiles. You can also use textured wallpaper to give the ceiling a natural look. Beams in a master bedroom can be painted black to make a bold statement and to create a rustic or midcentury vibe. Shiplap and beam ceilings are ideal for farmhouses and cottages. The tightly fitting boards provide just enough texture without being too much.
In addition to looking great, your master bedroom floor should feel opulent to walk on. If you choose carpet, choose the softest, thickest pile you can afford. If you like hardwoods, make sure the surface is satiny smooth and the joints are sanded evenly. Remember that using a satin finish rather than a shine can help to hide footprints, dust, and other visible dirt in between cleanings. Use an area rug or throw rug to soften the look of your bedroom and provide a comfortable place for your feet to land in the morning. Fluffy floats or solid shag carpets look great in modern or midcentury-inspired homes, while traditional settings look great with traditional carpets.
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