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Friday, June 24, 2011


Private Sanctuary

Making your bedroom into a cave like cossetted private sanctuary is treating yourself to intimate moments of recharging your tired batteries in an atmosphere of comfort and calm. That main special bedroom can then become that escape retreat where you would unwind from a rushed , traffic angst day. 

Art Gallery

Surround yourself with photos of people and places that conjure happy memories, things that bring joy to you, take you into a space of relaxing medative states, favorite artwork and meaningful mementos where you can contemplate and daydream. 

Colors for your sanctuary
Good colors for private sanctuaries include dark folliage Greens, deep blues, Pinks, sky blues, sea greens and aubergine. Darker colors juxtaposed with light nature colors create a sanctuary like relaxation and assist in unwinding and sleep. 

The Study
Within the bedroom installing a vintage roll top writing desk accompanied by a comfortable chair, induces journal and letter writing. 

Mini Bar

A small refrigerator will make you feel as if you can enjoy your time in the bedroom without interruption, and a television offers the opportunity to watch your favorite movies and shows. Room-darkening window coverings also encourage deep sleep and aid in the restoration of your soul. 

Petit Living Room in Bedroom

Bedrooms can truly become living rooms when they're furnished luxuriously -- like a private suite. Adding furniture usually considered living room pieces automatically upscales the importance of your bedroom. Sofas, rocking chairs, or matching overstuffed chairs help create the feeling of an oasis.

The bedroom is the most personal of all the rooms in our home.
Only you can decide which room works best as the main bedroom setting for youcomfort and cossetting. But to revamp this room and make it more comforting and welcoming is actually creating for a better and more happy life on the whole!

Nisha JamVwal  
Photo's courtsey Dev Mandal
Interiors Nisha JamVwal Design

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