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How to decorate a White Bedroom?

Guide to decorating a White Bedroom

Decorating bedrooms is a very interesting and creative opportunity for you to explore your ideas. White bedrooms reflect sophistication. You can be creative with the blank walls and give a warm, relaxing and spacious feel to your bedroom. Personalize your bedroom by hanging your favorite posters or paintings or a cork-board where you could pin up your schedule and, of course, the Furniture is a must in all the rooms, so check Homecouture Furniture Store to find all the things you want and like, I recommend using Shiply to deliver your furniture safe to your house.

Black duvet covers serve as a focal point in the white bedroom.

Black duvet covers serve as a focal point in the white bedroom.

Hanging Posters or Paintings

Frame the family and friends photos and hang them in your bedroom to personalize it. You can also pin the motivational posters, movie banners or the posters of your favorite movie stars. Buy an art book from a second hand store and frame the pages and hang them on the wall. Make it thematic by selecting the colors of the posters such that they complement each other. Make sure that the walls are sturdy enough to support the thick nails for your frames.

Placing Mirrors

Decorate the bedroom by placing a mirror on one of the walls. The wall across the window is a prime position for placing a mirror so that it receives natural light and reflects it into the bedroom. This is a good decorating trick for a small space. Apart from making the bedroom bright, it gives an illusion of spaciousness.


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Design Process in Architecture

The Design Process – System Analysis

Goals and Objectives

Based on:

  • Preference
  • Needs
  • Commitments
  • Symptoms
  • Standards

 Design Analysis

Based on:

Architectural Programming (List of requirements)

Data Collection

  1. Primary sources of Data Collection
  2. Secondary sources of Data Collection

Primary Sources of Data Collection

  • Technique of Observation
  • Defining the Question
  • Selecting the sample
  • Administering the survey

 Secondary Sources of Data Collection

  • Library
  • Books
  • Magazines

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