When your bedroom starts to feel boring and even messy, maybe this is the time to rearrange your bedroom decor. It takes time, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. The changes made can freshen up a room, make the room feel new and bring you a positive spirit. Your bedroom, while comfortable and attractive, should also functioned based to your needs.
Thinking about bedroom layout ideas, you may find yourself figuring out how much storage you need, how big the bed will fit, whether you need a nightstand with drawers, or others. There are lots of decisions to make, but many can be eliminated, once you understand how you will use the space, and the “must-have” versus what you think will be nice in your space.
Some important aspects to think about in your bedroom design are lighting, color, and texture. A darker, moodier bedroom can have a pretty calming effect, while a lighter bedroom can be energizing. Colors like red are often not used in bedrooms, but blue is quite popular because of its calming effect.
To redecorate a bedroom, start with the bed as the focal point of the bedroom. Change the bedding set: sheets, bed covers, pillowcases and bolsters. Mix and match pastel colors or whites with a combination of blue and gray with unique hues. Try to find a minimalist bedroom design that suits your personality. Apart from that, you can also change the position of your bed in different directions. Then let other furniture such as a wardrobe or table follow the position of your bed.
Changing the walls can be done easily without repaint all sides of the room walls. By buying wallpaper or wall stickers, you have given a different touch to your bedroom decor. Of course, if you find the wall paints slooks peel off, you can stick the wallpaper or wall sticker in the required area. Take advantage of the empty wall area with functional room decorations such as bookshelves, hanging mirrors, or photo frames.