Your bedroom should be your sanctuary, where you can unwind and find peace. It’s a great idea to decorate your bedroom with your favorite colors, collectibles and soothing emotions. These key tips will help you decorate your bedroom.
Choose a Subtle Color Palette
Choose soothing colors and a calm palette of monochromatic shades instead of bold primary colors for your bedroom. The soothing hues of green, blue, and lavender are considered tranquil and peaceful, while rich jewel-toned colors (think rich emerald and deep pomegranate) help create a feeling of comfort and coziness. You can use less intense colors such as tangerine or blush in the bedroom.
Do not overlook the ceiling.
It is sometimes called the fifth wall of a room. But it is especially important in bedrooms where you look at it from your bed. A subtle pattern or soft color can make a room look more elegant and thoughtful. You could also paint the ceiling a lighter color than the wall, which will visually lower the ceiling and create a sense of intimacy and comfort.
You can also wallpaper or stencil the ceiling, add architectural elements such as beams or moldings, or use a decorative paint treatment. You can add luxury to your “fifth walls” by adding a molded medallion or chandelier made of crystal or delicate shades. This will bring color, pattern and texture to your space.
Could you keep it simple with your decor?
No matter what decorating style you choose, a bedroom should be cozy, elegant, and sophisticated. You should leave at least 3 feet between your bed and any side walls or large furniture pieces. Also, keep 2 feet between your bed and low furniture like tables and dressers. To make it easier for you to move around the bed, consider how you can lift the bed.
It would help if you only furnished your bedroom with what you use. You will need a bed, a side table or two, a dresser, a chair, and a mattress. Any other clutter can add to the chaos and business in your space. You should also keep accessories to a minimum. You can choose a piece of art that you love, add family photos and flowers, and then let it breathe.
Select the right size of furniture
Before buying bedroom furniture, make sure to draw a floor plan of your space and then measure it. Bedroom furniture should be sized to fit the space it will be used in. A small bedroom should not have a large, heavy bed and dresser. A tall headboard can be used to reduce the height of a high ceiling. Choose furniture that is larger if your bedroom is big. To fill in extra space, add a chair and ottoman to the side of your bed. Small furniture and accessories will look out of place in a large space.
There are plenty of storage options.
You can add a calm and peaceful feeling to a bedroom by storing things away from view. The room will appear larger and more spacious if you do this. You can conceal books, lotion, or reading glasses behind a bedside table with drawers or doors. A small dresser or skirted table with drawers are great options for storage.
Extra sheets, blankets and pillows can be stored in a trunk or on a bench by the foot of your bed. A headboard with sliding panels or built-in shelves is a great option for storing small books and accessories. Place shallow boxes under the bed to store smaller accessories and out-of-season clothing. Cover them with a bed skirt. A customized organization system will allow you to make the most of your closet space.
Add a private nook
You deserve a relaxing place to read and relax. A comfortable chair and a footstool can be all you need to create a private reading or lounging space. To enjoy the natural light and view from your bedroom windows, you can build a window chair if you have enough space.
Indulge in Luxurious Linens
A great way to increase the comfort level of your bedroom is to use luxurious and beautiful fabrics. It would help if you avoided sheets of less than 100 percent cotton or linen with a high Thread Count of 350 and more. If you want sheets that feel luxurious and like they were just picked up from a 5-star hotel or resort, take them to the dry cleaner for professional washing. This saves money and gives the sheets a smooth, crisp finish worthy of the Ritz. Other sensual fabrics can be added to the bedroom, such as cashmere or soft mohair throw, textured wall coverings and drapes, breezy bedspreads, plush rugs, and luxe drapes.
Protect the Windows
A well-dressed window will frame the view and add color and texture to a bedroom. Combining opaque roller blinds with sheer curtains to filter light is a great option. They can be pulled down at night to keep you private and block out the morning light. To keep the sun out of draperies, you can use opaque blinds or drapery fabric lining to block sunlight from getting in your eyes.
You can choose from multiple lighting options.
It’s a good idea to “layer” lighting in a bedroom. Ambient lighting lights the entire room. Small lamps can provide light for reading or other activities, and accent lighting allows the walls to be illuminated with soft lighting. A bedside lamp equipped with a movable arm can be used to focus the reading light exactly where it is needed. A dimmer should be installed for each light. You can make each light selective by installing an on/off switch.
Keep your phone, TV, computer, television, and other devices out of your bedroom to create a relaxing and rejuvenating space. We are sure you will love a dedicated space dedicated to romance, reading, and sleeping.