AN interior designer shared some tips on how to design your bed to make your entire room look bigger and more luxurious.
Phoenix Gray from Toronto, Canada has lots of useful advice when it comes to home decor and design hacks.
The artist took to TikTok and Instagram to share how to make a bedroom look pricier and bigger — just by styling your bed.
He explained in a short video: “I enlarge everything when it comes to my queen-size bed, including my duvets, as well as my pillows.
“That’s going to give it more of that raised, taller, cloud-like texture that looks so much more comfortable.”
Phoenix walks through the process of making his bed, beginning with laying sheets on his mattress, fluffing his pillows, stacking them, and laying out his comforter.
“My best kept secret is using two duvets. I have a cool one and a warm one that I alternate between seasons, and I’ll always just style the other one over it to give it that extra cloudy appearance,” Phoenix continues.
“It gives you that overflow over the sides to make your bed look even bigger.”
He designs his bed with three 24 x 24 pillow sizes and two 12 x 24 inserts.
Phoenix also adorns the bed with a throw blanket on the side.
He suggests pleating the quilt “to give you that luxe look that makes your bedroom feel bigger.”
Previously, the interior design expert and TikToker shared another video on how to make your bedroom “look and feel more expensive”!
The first tip he mentions relates to the linens you want to buy.
He explains: “First of all, you are being lied to about your bedding. They say that thread counts over 1,000 make them softer.
“The unnecessary amount of fabrics actually reduces quality and makes these fabrics thicker and less breathable.
“I always recommend somewhere between 300 and 500 threads. Anything under 300 is scratchy. Anything over 500 will feel a lot heavier.”
Next, Phoenix talks about the importance of a headboard by your bed and the benefits of wall lights.
Meanwhile, TikToker and interiors expert Saeshell also shared some cozy bedroom tips.
She says in a recently shared video, “Personally, I love the cozy and clean look of a bed. I feel like it adds to the calming atmosphere I’m trying to create.
“I always use these eucalyptus silk sheets because they’re ultra-soft, cruelty-free and so much better for the environment than regular cotton sheets.”
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