Bedroom interior design is a key component of the home. It sets the tone for restful sleep, and it also reflects our personality as an individuals. In this introductory module you will learn about different styles as minimalism, mid-century, bauhaus, etc. which will help you to build up your conception about the possibilities in Bedroom Interior Design.
To create the perfect bedroom interior design, you need to take into consideration many different factors. With the right colors and furniture placement, you can make your room feel like home. This module is devoted to colour theory, lightning, furniture. You will learn how to combine them in creative and unique way in order to achieve impressive results.
A bedroom interior design should be carefully considered and thought about before it's implemented. What we decide to put in there can have a major effect on our moods! Above all else though there's one rule worth following when decorating bedroom interiors: don't forget inner comfort! In this module, we will consider personalized pieces as paintings, framed photographs, collectibles, plants and other elements that give the space personality.
In order to make sure that bedrooms can accommodate furniture as well as provide adequate living spaces for people who occupy them, there are specific bedroom requirements. For example, what is the bedroom space for and how much room does it have? What are your bedroom needs (sleeping, study area, reading)? These answers will help to determine how many pieces of furniture should go into the bedroom. In addition to bedside tables or nightstands there's usually a dresser in one corner of a bedroom. A chair might also be needed if you want an office desk within easy reach from the bed. It may not seem like something worth mentioning but some people find lamps on side tables essential as they need illumination while reading at night time without disturbing their partner with overhead light that shines too brightly over them. This module will consider in details four different examples of bedroom spaces: children's bedrooms, rooms for students (roommates), tiny bedrooms and dark bedroom for people who try to accommodate work spaces with bedrooms.
What specific information do I need to know about my client to design a personalized space. How to interview a client and what questions to ask to better understand their habits and needs.How to manage expenses and control costs and budgets that fit the client’s plans. Costs for materials, appliances and installation will be considered and evaluated to see how budgets can be arranged to achieve the best outcome possible.
For this first project, the client is looking to create a reading oasis with ample space for their book collection. Their favorite color is blue and have a large oil painting of the ocean of their home city that they would like to display. At the end of this module, you will present a mood board along with section diagrams explaining the composition of the room, and renders created with SketchUp.
A family is looking to remodel the bedroom of their 5-year-oldtwins. For this project you will need to create a client presentation with sketches, color palettes,a SketchUp model, floor plans and elevations.
Since this is set in a dessert climate, considerations must be made regarding cooling and ventilation systems. At the end of this module, you must present mood boards and renders created with SketchUp.
SA university is looking to build a new student housing building with 35 units of single and double rooms. The students will be sharing a communal kitchen space and living area. The design project will look to create two prototypes of room modules to house 9 one person rooms and 12 two people rooms. You will need to provide a floor plan of the rooms and a model created using SketchUp.
The Bedroom Interior Design course ends with a practical exam. The students must present and defend their practical projects. In addition to the practical exam, the students sit an online test exam.