Create Your Dream Owner’s Suite With These Tips
No matter what you call it – master bedroom, owner’s suite, or primary bedroom, this room is often the most important room in your home. Your owner’s suite should be your sanctuary, the place you feel safe to relax and rest your head after a long day. That’s why, rather than providing you with a checklist of basic elements to include in your owner’s suite, we’ve created this article reviewing 8 tips about how to create a dream master bedroom suite.
8 Design Tips for Your Dream Owner’s Suite
When picking a color for your room, it’s important to take into consideration what moods different colors invoke. Are you looking for a light, airy, cozy feeling or would you prefer a darker, more intimate feel? Light and neutral colors are proven to create a happier environment and can even make your space feel larger, while dark, bold colors provide a dramatic atmosphere.
2. Accent Wall
Instead of searching for the perfect piece of art, which can be hard to find, opt for an accent wall. Shiplap and murals are becoming increasingly popular ways to create accent walls, and wallpaper is making a comeback! Creating an architecturally interesting wall can even add value to your home.
Consider adding a hanging planter or using the windowsill to house plants. Why? Plants are a proven mood-booster! Don’t worry if you have a brown thumb or scarce natural light; there are plenty of plants that require minimal care and do well indoors.
If you’re considering plants for the purpose of improved air quality, there is a better option. Gulfshore Air’s Reme Halo LED is proven to eliminate 99.9% of mold, allergens, and viruses including Covid-19. That’s clean air you can count on.
You don’t have to be an interior decorator to pick good furniture for your master bedroom suite, but before you start shopping, look at the size of your room to determine how large your furniture should be and what pieces you should include. It is also a good idea to pick a color scheme so that all of the furniture blends well together. When selecting furniture don’t forget about functionality, make sure all of the furniture you choose meets your day-to-day needs as well.
If your owner’s suite is on the smaller side or tends to be dark during the day, an easy way to brighten it up is to add mirrors. Floor-length mirrors, or mirrored furniture are both great additions to a small space. Not only are mirrors functional, they also add style to the space.
Be sure the lighting in your space reflects the feeling you’re trying to achieve in your space. White lights can be harsh and unforgiving while yellow lights can be dull and mood-dampening. Upgrade the lighting in your owner’s suite by swapping out old bulbs for “natural-light” bulbs. For a cozier feel, add lamps, and if you want to go the extra mile, replace your current lighting with a new fixture that can double as a statement piece and keep your room well-lit.
Creating a cozy seating area can also add functionality to the room while creating the perfect spot for relaxation. Create a comfortable place to sit back and relax in the privacy of your own room by adding a sofa or armchair on an empty wall or in front of your bed. If you have a nook, add bookshelves to create your own little library.
Even if your space looks perfect, you won’t enjoy being in the space if it isn’t comfortable. Gulfshore Air can create the most comfortable environment for all rooms in your home. Let us design your comfort!
If you want personalized comfort in your bedroom versus the rest of your home, we even have several options available, including zoned systems and ductless mini-split systems. Ductless systems can be placed virtually anywhere you desire because of their versatile, sleek design. They’re also extremely efficient and quiet, making them the perfect solution for your dream bedroom.
If you’re interested in personalized comfort solutions for your master bedroom suite, contact Gulfshore Air Conditioning & Heating at 850-897-6540. We are a trusted American Standard Customer Care Dealer serving Niceville, FL and surrounding communities.
Our professional staff can answer any questions you might have. We will also make recommendations as to which system will work best for your individual home, family, and budget. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call. Be sure to visit us on Facebook and Instagram!