An interesting solution in the interior design of a bedroom can be considered the “hi-tech” style (from English. “high technology”) – very original, keeping up with the times. The main idea of this style is minimalism, strict lines and functionally organized free space. Bedroom furniture in this style, as a rule, should be multifunctional and use various modern mechanisms and devices.
Consider the basic concepts and rules of high-tech style in the design of the bedroom.
The first rule is the emphasized technogenicity of the interior. It can be various experiments with ducts, beams, cables and pipes. However, in the bedroom, as a place to relax, a simple space that is not loaded with unnecessary elements is more appropriate.
The color scheme of a “high-tech” bedroom should not go beyond pure colors such as white, black and gray. As an addition, you can take red, as well as yellow, blue and green colors. Various drawings and colorful coloring are prohibited.
Materials – metal, glass and plastic. Elements of open brickwork or natural stone, as well as various synthetic materials, are allowed, but the main condition is high-quality modern processing and environmental friendliness. If fabrics are present, they must be plain.
Glitter is a feature that is very characteristic of high-tech style. Based on this, all surfaces should be shiny and smooth. Synthetic fabrics are appropriate, such as kapron or nylon, or with metallic threads.
Curtains on the windows are out of place, instead of them – blinds, shutters and screens.
As for lighting, it should be decentralized and multi-level, uniform throughout the room. Light – white or “cold” colors. Lamps are built-in, suspended or placed on brackets and stands, and most importantly – no chandeliers, bronze and sculptural elements of lamps: everything is simple in shape, geometric and should create a feeling of lightness.
These are, in general terms, the main trends in high-tech style in the case of bedroom design, which you need to pay attention to. Then it’s up to fantasy and personal preferences.