When you get the chance to renovate your bedroom, so many different aspects of the design process immediately begin whizzing around your mind which makes it easy to get somewhat lost. If your aim is to create a beautiful room, then planning is a key feature. Taking some time to properly consider the most important details will help your setup to become something you can really be proud of, and it couldn’t be easier to personalise the space and make it your own. If you want to find out more about what you can do to excel in your next interior design project, then read on to uncover some of the best top tips that can help you reach bedroom bliss before you know it!
Choosing The Right Bed
Depending on the size of your room, there are a fair amount of different beds to choose from. From those that are queen sized with enough space to starfish every night, to waterbeds full of liquid that move to the rhythm of your body - almost everything is possible! Think about what vibe you would like your new bedroom to have, as a regal theme may warrant a 4 poster style whereas a DIY pallet bed may suit something more rustic. Search online for inspiration and check out the reviews before making a purchase, as often customers will post pictures of their buy in use which can give you a better idea as to whether it will suit your needs. If you think that making your own bed frame will be a great idea, check out some ‘homemade’ social media pages that regularly post step by step guides to help you make the most perfect item for your own specific requirements.
Paint, Wallpaper Or Both?
When it comes to the walls of your all-new bedroom, you have to make a decision as to whether you would like to paint in a block colour or instead opt for wallpaper. Painting is much more simplistic yet there are thousands of tones and shades to pick from, with the chance to even blend your very own colour in several different homeware stores. Although you can create some kind of pattern whilst painting, nothing comes close to the artistic flare that can be contained within wallpaper. Many top designers release sheets of wallpaper that are so intricately and decadently design that your heart will really skip a beat! If you don't have the budget to cover your whole room like this, have on ‘statement wall’ and paint the rest in a colour that would suit.
Adding Personal Touches
Once the big basics are covered and dealt with, now comes a time which you can really go to town and add your own personal touches to make it feel much more individual. As plush curtains and window blinds add privacy its a very important feature, and there are so many different styles that you’re bound to find the perfect fit for your bedroom. Though these kinds of things ultimately exist to block out incoming light and aid a more restful sleep, this has not stopped interior designers from taking the reins are really going wild with what they offer, from floor to ceiling shimmer drapes to simple wooden slat blinds.Try to match in any bedding or other soft furnishings or at least stick with the same colour scheme, as a scramble of shades will only make the eye confused and fail to add to the atmosphere of relaxation. Hang some paintings or photographs around the room, opting for luxurious frames that tie in with your theme. If you have wooden or tiled flooring in your bedroom, then perhaps you may want to consider investing in some kind of rug or mat that can not only add aesthetic value but warmth and comfort too. Add candles (potentially scented) to change the mood to relaxation, and think about purchasing a grand mirror, chandelier light fitting or other rich item that can act as the centrepiece of your bedroom.
Creating the most beautiful bedroom ever needn't be as hard as you might think. With just a few simple steps to follow, you can achieve a serene space that suits your style down to the very last detail. Find the best bed for your needs, and match your bedding in with the rest of your soft furnishings to follow a specific theme, whilst adding features like candles for a feeling of warmth. For extra individuality, try making some of your own furniture or decorations!