Your bedroom can be your oasis. Every day, you know that you can come home to a relaxing room and get that restful sleep that you may be in need of! Unfortunately, bedrooms can be the most ignored rooms in the world of interior design. Usually, a full 35% of remodeling jobs involve the entire home, but in this blog post, we are going to focus on your bedroom.
We hope that these interior designer-approved tips will help to make any bedroom feel like a palace.
Mirrors are one of the best ways to open up your small bedroom as they attract light from all sides. An easy trick is to put two mirrors on opposite walls facing each other, and you’ll create an optical illusion to get lost in.
Don’t feel as if you have to stick to neutrals with your interior design if you have a small bedroom — earth tones are a great alternative. They make the room feel cozy instead of cramped, and the richer the hue, the better. We love deep reds, browns, tans, burnt orange, and cream.
If you are going to invest in something for your bedroom, make sure that it is high-quality furniture! Nothing pulls together a room like a fine furniture piece, plus it can be your focal point if you don’t want to bog your room down. Our interior decorators love suede, oak, and beautifully hand crafted pieces.
Floor to Ceiling Curtains
Think floor to ceiling curtains will make your room feel cramped? Think again! It actually does just the opposite, it draws the visitor’s eye from top to bottom, all over the room. But the key to this is not to go overboard on fabric, meaning try a sheer satin or linen instead of a thick damask.
Pick One Wall
Don’t scatter your photos everywhere you look. Instead, pick one wall as an accent wall in the room and only decorate that. Having the other walls bare will look more open, airy, and chic.
Call our team of interior decorators today and we’ll help to transform your home.