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Bedroom is a place of relaxation and rest. And the central element of any bedroom is a bed. While working on the bed area, you need to emphasize this without disturbing the atmosphere of comfort.

Often mistakes occur in four elements:
- wall behind the bed
– ceilings
- cabinets
- central axis

Consider the mistakes in each element with examples.
When decorating the walls behind the bed, beginners in interior design often make mistakes in geometry - they make curved lines with straight lines.

If the room has a rectangular geometry, there are no ovals and waves, then you don't need to make them. If there are already waves and you are adding more, then make sure that they are combined with each other.

Due to the arc and wavy shapes on the wall, the room often stretches wide, but not up. And it creates a feeling of a flattened room.

How not to do
Rectangular room geometry and waves on the wall:
This will become noticeable if you draw the main lines of the interior:
In this example, the geometry of the room is again rectangular, but there is an oval on the ceiling:
And the waves on the wall do not even match the ceiling oval. I would still remove both, because a "flattened" room is created.
How to do

The wall behind the bed accentuates the rectangular geometry of the room and adds height to the room:
Let's draw the main lines and make sure:
Another example. Also consistent geometry and extrusion in height:
Somewhere above we have already touched the ceiling.
The first mistake in this element is the same - incorrect geometry.
The second is overly bulky structures (which are usually also distinguished by color or light).

How not to do
The rectangular geometry of the room and the inappropriate "horseshoe":
It seems to be rectangular shapes on the ceiling, but the bulky design and too bright color. Plus stick out gaudy light bulbs:
How to do:

The geometry is respected and the colors are harmonious:
The geometry is observed
Bad designers put extra emphasis on wardrobes or put them too close to the bed (there are no shelves for little things).

How not to do
Light room and dark cabinet (= extra accent). No shelves near the bed:
Cabinet in the distance, but again no shelves. In addition, it "squeezes" the bed, because the cabinet doors emphasize its larger size:
How to do

Cabinets do not take attention (they are built-in + facades without handles). The emphasis is on the bed and paintings:
The bed is the center piece. And the dominant axis must pass through the bed, on which other elements are located. These elements emphasize the center. The rest of the interior should be in symmetry with this axis.

How not to do
The wall blurs the central axis and takes over the accent (instead of the bed). There is no symmetry around this axis:
If you draw a line, which, in theory, should be dominant, then the asymmetry in the room is visible:
How to do:

The chandelier emphasizes the central line, and the rest of the elements are arranged symmetrically:
When designing a bedroom:
— do not combine arc lines with straight lines
— focus on the bed
— highlight the central axis
— put shelves near the bed for little things