The bedroom should be your special retreat where you can relax, switch off, and find peace. Decorating your bedroom with your special colors, collectibles, and calming vibes is a great way to provide a cozy retreat to enjoy every evening.
To help you start decorating your bedroom, keep these key tips in mind:
Choose a soft color palette.
Instead of the bright primary colors for the bedroom, choose a soft palette of soft tones and monochromatic tones.
Delicate shades of blue, lavender, or green are considered calm and serene, and the rich tones of the gem, such as rich emeralds or deep garnets, help create an atmosphere of coziness and comfort. You can also use muted versions of your favorite colors in your bedroom, such as blush in hot pink or copper in tangerine.
Don’t Forget the Ceiling.
Ceilings are often referred to as the fifth wall of a room but are especially important in bedrooms viewed from the bed. Adding subtle patterns or soft colors can make a room more stylish and thoughtful. You can also paint the ceiling in a lighter version of the wall color that will visually lower the ceiling and help give the space a cozy and intimate feel.
Other solutions include adding architectural elements like ceiling stencils or wallpaper, beams or moldings, or using decorative paint treatments. Finally, add color, pattern, and texture to the fifth wall above you for added extravagance by adding stucco medallions and chandeliers in crystal or subtle shades.
Keep decor simple
The bedroom should look cozy, stylish, and elegant, no matter what style you choose. For ease of movement, leave at least 3 feet between the bed and side walls or large furniture and at least 2 feet between the bed and low furniture such as tables and chests of drawers. If you need to walk around your bed to get to a closet or bathroom, consider how you can move the bed to make the process easier.
Also, give your bedroom only what you need. A bed, a table or two, a chest of drawers, and a chair are essentials. Everything else can be considered cluttered and can easily add clutter or a sense of business to a space. Accessories should also be kept to a minimum.
Selecting the correct Size of Furniture
When you’re prepared to buy bedroom furniture, begin with a ground plan and drawings of your ample-sized room. Furniture should harmonize with the living room, especially the bedroom furniture. Do not choose a heavy bed and chest of drawers for a small bedroom.
With a high roof, a tall headboard greatly reduces the size. If your bedroom is large, choose furniture that will fit your spacious space. Fill the space by adding seats and ottomans or setting furniture at the border of the bed. Very tiny furniture and accessories will seem missing in a large room.
Make sure you have enough storage space.
This will help the room look calmer and more spacious. Choose a bedside table with a door or drawer to hide your books, lotion, and magnifying glass out of reach.
For more storage, a table with a pedestal or a small chest of drawers with drawers is a good choice.
Turn On Multiple Lighting Options In bedrooms.
It’s a good idea to “place” lights throughout the room. For example, ambient lighting illuminates the entire room, small lamps can focus light for reading and other activities, and accent lighting helps illuminate the walls with a soft light.
Use a moving arm lamp next to your bed to focus your reading light where you need it. Also, tea light candles will make your nights more romantic.
Each light must control a dimmer. However, you can selectively illuminate only the necessary parts by installing a separate switch for each light source.
Keep your cell phone, computer, TV, exercise equipment, or other equipment away from your bedroom to create a valuable place to relax and rejuvenate.
Interior decoration is an art that only applies when you know. But, it also depicts what you are and what you want in your life.