The bedroom is one of the most important spaces in the home – it’s where you seek refuge from the stresses of the day and catch some rest. It might also be where you like to wind down with hobbies, whether it’s reading, watching TV, knitting or listening to music. How you decorate your boudoir can have an effect on how you feel when getting up and going to bed, so it’s worth thinking carefully about the interior design. Read on for some inspiration to find the bedroom of your dreams!
Layering greys, whites and other neutrals look fantastic in the bedroom. If you choose you can break up the bleak shades with bold block colours or prints, such as this zebra print storage box.
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Dark Wood and Prints
If you prefer a more traditional style of bedroom, a four poster bed is a must. In this example a dark wood frame and dresser table really sets the scene, while heavily printed bedding and curtains add colour.[Image credit: http://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/interiors/bedroom/four-poster-bed-blue-white-stripes ]
While a bedroom does need to be a sleep sanctuary, you don’t have to go easy on the wall décor. Place your bed against a wall and make a feature with a number of different frames. Use your favourite artwork, family photographs or motivational quotes.[Image credit: http://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/interiors/bedroom/picture-wall-japanese-prints ]
In the bedroom you notice the ceiling more than in other rooms, because you look at it more often when you’re in bed. With this in mind, it’s the perfect room to do something bold with the horizontal space. If you don’t want to go for an entire feature, then simply framing it with a coloured border can add interest.[Image credit: http://www.elledecor.com/design-decorate/room-ideas/news/g637/most-popular-rooms-4/?slide=3 ]
If the only thing you want to inspire in the bedroom is sleep, then a chic minimalist décor is ideal. Plain white walls and plain white bedding look great matched with hardwood floors. Also keep artwork and trinkets to a minimum.[Image credit: http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/decorating-ideas/g770/decor-ideas-master-bedroom/?slide=27 ]
If you’d like to go ahead with a bedroom makeover, speak to the team at Steve Lively today who can get the job done quick and professionally.