Baddies aren’t always the traditional baddies you’d think of in a horror movie. Most people use the term “baddy” to mean drab or evil, but baddies can also come in many shapes and forms. Sometimes a bedroom design needs to be dusted with a dark color or layered with rugs. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Baddies can be sexy and flirty, or cold and calculating. The key is to figure out what kind of baddies are best for your bedroom and the type of bedroom design that will complement it. For example, some baddies are Gothic. Others are Victorian, while there are also others that fit into any era of human history.
A Gothic bedroom is one where the ceiling rises from the floor, and the walls become taller than the floor. This height may be a feature, rather than a feature of the bed, since the bed would simply be sitting on the floor. It might rise up out of the floor directly into the middle of the room. Other Gothic beds have straight, pointed ceilings. These are great for creating a feeling of height, although they may also make getting in and out of bed difficult.
Other Gothic bedroom features are tiled floors. In this case, the baddies are the ones who gain height by using the tiled floors. These are perfect for spooky, Gothic-themed bedrooms. They can also be used in other types of Gothic bedroom designs. A Gothic room could use tiled walls, or the floor around the bed, for example.
Badies can also come in the form of furniture. Bedrooms need furniture that is functional. You may be working in a bedroom. You may be looking for a place to sit while working. Or, you may simply want to lie down, relax, and get cozy in your own space.
So, in this case, a good furniture choice could be a sofa with a table and chair in it. You could also go with a bed in a converted closet. This combination of functional furniture and an architectural design is very attractive. It also makes for a funky, Gothic bedroom design.
Gothic beds often have tall heads or even no head at all. Their legs could be bent backward. This gives them an extremely creepy, scary look. In fact, this style is sometimes referred to as “bed spine” design. With a Gothic bed in your bedroom, you will definitely feel uneasy, as if the baddies are chasing you through the dark.
Baddies aren’t just creatures of the night. In fact, they may sometimes be considered gods. In order to keep yourself safe from these powerful beings, you need to have a lot of defense mechanisms. One of which is a bedroom designed with a double door. Since the baddies can only enter from the upper floor, it’s important that there is also a lock on the lower level.
A bedroom designed with a “dead end” bedroom door is a good place to start. This design actually hides the entrance to the baddies’ room, thus keeping them from noticing you. But it’s still easy to get out, should you find yourself lost in the dark.
It would also help if you paint your walls in a warm, soothing color. Not too bright, though, because the evil spirits may think you’re already possessed! Also add lots of candles. Not too many, though; you don’t want to burn them all your friends. Just put a few on the table and someplace they won’t get knocked over.
Horoscopes are also popular. Horoscopes tell you what day of the week will bring you wealth, health, love, and happiness. However, horoscopes are not meant to be taken seriously. They are just fun, even for kids. They are also a good way to find out what time of day your bed mate is really sleeping.
Bedroom designs that incorporate a mix of these ideas are really spooky. Try adding an eye of an evil spirit to your bed, an eye of a bat to your wall, and maybe even a skull (you could find one like this at a Halloween store). You could also make your room look scary with skeleton doors and decorations. The baddies won’t be able to sleep that night.