Your bedroom should be the most comfortable room in your home, and yet so many people don’t know how to design it effectively. Updating your bedroom is something you should aspire to achieve semi-regularly. Keeping it fresh is the best way to making sure you keep falling in love with it over and over. But comfort should be your primary concern. Here are a few quick tips for achieving the ultimate bedroom comfort.
I’ve never been one to overdo my design styles. Sometimes, when there’s too much going on, it can just leave your head spinning. That isn’t what your bedroom is all about. Keep things simple, and your mind will be free from worry. With that, though, comes a worry that your room will look boring by comparison. The quickest way to fix that? Accents.
It’s a bit of a buzz term amongst interior designers, but it simply means small hints of colour, shape, or pattern. It’s the best way to get around overdoing it, but keeping some interesting themes going on. Look at what you already have going on in your room. A bedside cabinet with a lamp on it? Be bold with your choice of lamp shade. It’ll keep things interesting without overwhelming the rest of your room.
Your bed is your best friend. Is there a greater feeling in the world than slumping into your mattress after a long day at work? Not that I know of. Until then, though, your bed reigns supreme, and rightly should be the most comfortable thing in your house. It’s important that you don’t just stick to the bare essentials. Your bed should look inviting and pleasing to the eye. There are a few ways to make it more than just a bed.
Load up with pillows. Nothing says comfort like a complete overload of pillows piled up on a bed. You won’t be able to resist diving right in there at the end of a long day. Make sure your bedding matches, or at least complements them, though. Updating your bedding could be another way of making your bed look more exciting if you’ve grown tired of your old covers. Shop around for whatever adult duvet cover sets take your fancy.
Art is supposed to be about expression, right? So it makes sense that loading up your walls with decorative artwork would create good vibes throughout your bedroom. While there is something to be said for a big blank wall, especially in smaller bedrooms, it’s not the most inspiring thing to look at.
You can change this up with a feature wall behind your bed. You shouldn’t overdo patterns in your bedroom, as this is more likely to create chaos rather than comfort. A calming pattern on a feature wall, though, will go a long way to making your bedroom peaceful.
Above all; make sure you’re consistent with your design choices. The last thing you want in your bedroom is a clash of styles. It may work in other rooms, but in a small space such as your bedroom, it can just be confusing.