Create a Dream Bedroom in Three Easy Steps

There are few interior design projects as fun as decorating your bedroom. No one likes sleeping in a room that doesn’t look how you want it to. It can be depressing lying on your bed and seeing horrible wallpaper and clashing colours. So, you have to change things and give it a new design. Lucky for you, I’ve got a step by step guide to creating the dream bedroom:

bedroom-bliss-1531454

image

Decide On A Colour Scheme

Your first task is to have a look at the colours in your bedroom. Come up with a colour scheme that you like and will continue to like. I think that colours are very important in the bedroom. You’ll want something that’s quite peaceful and relaxing. I’d stay clear from loud colours or from throwing too many together. In fact, you can see some relaxing paint colours here: http://www.housebeautiful.com/room-decorating. Choose your room colour and choose it well.

Of course, don’t just think about the walls. You have to use this colour scheme for everything. Make sure everything in your room matches and fits in with the theme you’ve chosen.

The Bed Is Key

When it comes to the bedroom, there’s one thing that’s key; the bed. It’s a big piece of furniture that’s unique to this room. You won’t find beds in any other rooms in the house. But they’re also the main attraction in the room. When you walk in, it’s the first thing you see. So, you have to make sure you’ve got a nice looking bed. Ensure you buy one that’s well-styled and can stand the test of time. Beds are expensive so you can’t afford to be chopping and changing every few months.

Then, consider getting bed sheets and pillow cases for your bed. These are important too because, without them, your bed would be plain. Make sure they match and fit in with the style of your room. You don’t want them to be completely different or everything will be thrown off.

Think About Accessories

Accessories are very important when it comes to your bedroom. There are plenty of cool items and appliances that you can add to your room to make it amazing. One thing I recommend is getting an air purifier installed. It will make a great addition to your bedroom in more than one way. As you can see here http://academyair.com/services/residential/air-purification/, they get rid of toxins in the air. So, you’re making your room a lot fresher and cleaner. As a result, your room can smell nicer too, because it’s full of fresh air. Plus, if you have allergies, it’s an absolute must so you aren’t struggling to sleep with a blocked nose.

Also, think about other accessories for your room. An air purifier will improve the comfort, but what about something to help the style? I find that a big dressing table & mirror is the perfect combination. You can get lovely looking ones that will improve the look of any bedroom. And, it will be the perfect place to sit and get ready for a night out.

Rebecca x

BlogLovin’ | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

*affiliate links may be used
thumbnailsize

Follow:

9 Comments

  1. 19th December 2015 / 6:50 am

    I’m all for anything that helps us unwind and get a good night’s sleep! I quite like our bedroom in the house we moved into mid-year, but we haven’t bought any new linens etc. to match the new colour scheme, it would be nice to do that at some stage :)
    Robyn recently posted…LITTLE CARROT CAKES – RECIPEMy Profile

  2. 19th December 2015 / 8:17 am

    I was just saying to my hubby today that I miss having beautiful bedroom that I can retreat to. We sold our house and are in temporary accommodation until our new home is built, I can not wait to have a beautiful bedroom again that I can decorate with comfort and style in mind. #justanotherlinky

  3. 23rd December 2015 / 10:30 am

    Definately think tge bedroom is most important as that is where you sleep and we all know how important sleep is. Some great ideas, thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas X #justanotherlinky

  4. 26th December 2015 / 8:15 pm

    eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],’brighthub_com-medrectangle-2′]));.

    Plantar fasciitis can be treated with rest, orthotics, anti-inflammatory medications, steroid injections and sometimes surgery.
    My mother and my grandmother are very calm people who
    seem to handle stress very well.
    Mortons Neuroma recently posted…Mortons NeuromaMy Profile

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge