You spend so much time in your bedroom, so decorating it makes sense to make it a pleasant place to be. Because your bedroom is predominantly designed to sleep and’ chill out,’ you should feel comfortable and relaxed. In decorating your bedroom, here are a few tips:
Colors influence your mood. Because of their relaxing elements, traditionally bedroom color’ rules’ have stated that lighter pastels and whites are the order of the day for bedrooms. However, if you prefer bold colors, why not include them in the design of your bedroom? An idea that can protect against the color scheme dating or going out of fashion too quickly is to select a neutral tone for the walls and floor that will easily match any color of your choice, such as a shade of white or pared back timber. It provides the opportunity to spice the room up with colorful accessories by keeping the room’s basic elements simple. For example, to spice up the room, your linen, sheets, pillow cases and curtains may have red or orange colours.
2. Make Space’s Best Use.
Of course, the most common pieces of furniture you will see in a bedroom are the bed and bedside table with lamps with some larger rooms including chairs, a study desk, television, ottomans, a wardrobe and a stand-alone wardrobe.
Avoid using a large bed when your bedroom space is quite small. It’s best to leave a wide floor space in your bedroom where you can move around freely, but if you desperately want a king size bed to go ahead with it, making sure the bed base and bed head are hidden or virtually hidden. Leave your furniture at least like a drawer bedside table. In your color palette, use light colors too, as they create the perception of a larger space.
On the other hand, there should be enough furniture in large bedrooms so it won’t look naked. Having a wide floor space is still good, but if you have a large bedroom, you can add chairs, ottomans and even a study desk. Hot colors like red, orange, brown and even black can also be used. Some may find black too bold for a bedroom, though.
3. Speak to yourself.
Your bedroom should reflect your personality as in any other room in the house. Decorate it so you like it because no one is going to see as much of it as you want! If your style is a bit’ out there’ consider using the tip for the room ad bones to use simple colors to express your’ craziness’ through accessories.
4. Facility and comfort.
Your bed is the most significant piece of furniture in your bedroom. Make sure your mattress and pillows are right for you. Avoid beds that bring back pains or beds that damage your spine. Because the bedroom is a place of tranquility, removing any feeling of’ chaos’ is a good idea. Evite in your bedroom too much clutter. Seeing a lot of clutter gives rather than rest a feeling of stress.
5. His bedroom and that of His.
If you’re sharing a bedroom with your husband or boyfriend, considering their tastes is also best. Choosing bedding with mixed colors of blue and red, brown and orange, green and black should strike a balance in choosing your bedroom ornaments and linens such as sheets, pillows, etc. Giving that consideration to your husband or boyfriend will really make them feel welcome in your bedroom.
Your bedroom flooring will depend on your needs. Using a carpet will make your bedroom warmer if you live in a cool climate. If you’re in a warmer environment, it’s more appropriate to use floorboards. It could work well for your bedroom design for the many people living in a temperate climate either carpet or floorboards, possibly with a large rug.
Lighting is a challenging part of your bedroom decoration. You have to take into account factors such as: how much natural light already comes in? How is it used in the room? How will the light selection affect the room’s colors? Are there in the room structural constraints that will affect lighting choices? What is the room’s size? What about the ceiling height?
Usually it is recommended to read a lamp or a wall-mounted light next to your bed while your ceiling light should be warm and softer to calm your mind.
8. Curtains /Shutters.
Choosing between curtains and shutters is largely dependent on the room’s warmth as well as the major difference they create in the look. If your bedroom is cool, it may be best for curtains to keep the room warm and quiet. Curtains are more ornamental as well. Curtains can accumulate dust, however, and regular dry cleaning is required. On the other hand, shutters are easier to clean and more practical, but they don’t look the same. Whether your room is traditional or contemporary will most likely dictate the type of window dressing you select, but it is wise to keep in mind the other features that each type offers.
Your bedroom is now ready to be decorated. Good luck and a good sleep!