Bedroom / June 26, 2018 / .
Like camping but hate leaving the comfort of your own bed? This bedroom design allows you to look at the open sky without windows between you and the stars. This wide open ceiling is the best way to get some fresh air while you are sleeping. When it is raining, snowing or just a little too chilly, just close the space up. Fresh air is extremely healthy for you, which makes this unique bedroom idea even more appealing and awesome.
Limit stimulation. A crowded and messy childs bedroom is highly disruptive to sleep patterns—even with the lights off. Plain and simple, chaos causes sensory overload which leads to anxiety. Keep toys, clothes, and other supplies in covered boxes, baskets, or cupboards to avoid overstimulation caused by clutter. Plus, enforcing a screen-free-bedroom rule will eliminate that potential distraction as well as brain-stimulating blue light emissions.
You may also want to upload a site plan of your home, showing where your bedroom fits into the building. Knowing your context, the space around your design site is important. Are there a lot of trees or tall buildings in your neighborhood? Use Google Maps to view and print out an aerial photo of your building. Cool, huh?
Your design must contain all the spaces and functions required for your general bedroom needs: a bed, a place to store and organize clothing, light sources (e.g. natural and artificial), and an entrance to the bedroom. The challenge is to consider and re-conceptualize these basic elements to rethink designs for new sleeping spaces, storage, organizing structures and systems for books, and other materials, access to outdoor spaces, a space to study, and a space to relax. Is this an active space, or a tranquil space?