A bedroom is often the most intimate and personal space in your home. It’s where you go to recharge, so it should feel like a refuge from the rest of the world. However, If your bedroom requires a makeover, you may be wondering where to begin. Unfortunately, it can be hard to know how to improve the space without professional guidance.
Luckily for you, we have compiled some ideas that will help create an inviting and luxurious space perfect for relaxing or spending time with your loved one. If there’s a wall or two that you’re not happy with, this post will show you how to give your bedroom a luxurious makeover without breaking the bank.
A master bedroom remodel is not as difficult as it sounds! We’ll cover: what makes for good design, how to get started on tackling your project, and finally, what tools are needed if you want to do some DIY work yourself – no professional skills required!
1. Reconsider your walls
you might want to consider repainting or covering them with wallpaper to give a renovated look and change it to match the vibe you want to set for your bedroom.
You may paint your walls to help set the tone or add some wallpaper to create a mood and make it feel more personalized. Consider neutral colours that will easily complement your new decor.
You can also set the theme by painting a single wall bold colour or adding wallpaper that matches your bedspread. Wallpapers are an inexpensive way to add colour and decoration without much commitment.
You might want to choose the curtains and beddings, so they don’t clash with the walls when placed against them.
2. Replace your bedroom’s light bulbs with dimmer switches
If you feel like your bedroom is a little too dark/bright, replace it with dimmer, more appropriate lights and controls to fit your bedroom to exude comfort and relax the mind. But not too vague that you hurt yourself around the corners of the bed and not too bright that it keeps you awake at night.
You may also Place your bed in a way that welcomes the morning light into your home through the windows. It will give your bedroom a natural sunlight glow and fill you with morning freshness due to early morning light. You may also dress up the windows to provide an aura of well-placed arrangement.
3. Spend a weekend decluttering and organizing the space
Put away any clothes or other items that are piled up on your bed, floor, or chair, clear your nightstand and clean up your drawers. Make space for items lying around by cleaning out any objects you don’t need in your bedroom.
Fold your clothes neatly and put them in the dresser or closet before they pile up again. If you’re feeling ambitious, try ironing and hanging them in your closet space, arranged according to the colour scheme.
If you have a king-sized mattress (like a Serta mattress), it must take more time to make than most people realize. So make your bed as soon as you are awake enough to get the first task of the day done.
Find a place for everything: This implies putting any bedside tables or nightstands in the appropriate spot and hanging up clothes usually left on the floor. If you have an extra dresser or other furniture available to put in your bedroom, it might be time to clear some space out your closet!
4. Add a new comforter
It can be a pain to find one that matches your sheets but remember; you don’t need it to fit. A contrasting colour is an easy way to make things look new and fresh.
Consider adding a pop of colour with some throw pillows to match the comforter. This will also give you a chance to add some personality to your choice of fabrics and patterns.
Silk luxury bedding will effortlessly elevate your bedroom status, adding a regal air to it.
5. Switch out old, frumpy curtains for sheer panels or lace curtains
curtains can either add colour to your room or even out the extra-bright bedroom.
If you have a monochromatic bedroom theme, you might want to use curtains that contrast the theme and allow little to no light through it to maintain the monochromatic colour scheme.
You can also neutralize the colours by using pastel or plain lace curtains to allow sheer sunlight through them and bathe everything in them to maintain a glowy light in your bedroom in the afternoons and mornings.
6. Add a luxurious rug under your bed for warmth and comfort
Choose an area rug that matches or complements your bedroom’s style: if you want a simple, traditional rug, then look for beige or brown with some vintage design elements. If your bedroom has a more eclectic style, try to find something colourful and funky like the oriental rugs they sell at Anthropologie.
Buy a rug that is at least as long and wide as your bed: this way, you’ll have plenty of space to lay out on the floor and stretch.
7. Upgrade your furniture
bedroom furniture is different from the rest of your house because it needs to fit your room’s size without consuming a lot of space.
If you have a shelf for your bedroom, buy some books or a little decor to make it seem less bare.
Try adding pops of colour with accents: they are easy to dress up the space and give you something new. One idea is to put flowers in a vase on your bedside table-they instantly add life to any room.
Also, the nightstand that you use every day deserves some attention. Try putting a small tray or basket on it to hold your items: this will help keep clutter at bay and make you feel like even more of an adult when you’re in bed.
Consider changing your night lamp, an accessory to set the mood for your time in bed.
Your bedroom must be the sanctuary that comforts you and pulls you into a deep sleep. Decorate it so you can rest peacefully at night and spend your weekends lazing in the space that helps you relax by embracing yourself in its folds of sheets and beddings.