Although it is not often front and centre the same way your living room is, your bedroom is just as important, often the place you take time for yourself. Good for your soul and spirit, you want a tranquil space where you can retreat to. You will find that having a bedroom you can enjoy will make you want to spend more time in it, giving you an extra room in the house.
So, looking at those all-important small adaptations and simple bedroom decorations ideas that are going to make a big difference, here are the things to think about…
Accessories that open up the space
#1 Considered bedside table accessories
Bedside tables can often become the dumping ground for our belongings – watches, charging phones our latest book. If you neaten this space up with some simple accessories such as a lamp, a vase or a trinket it will instantly make the whole space feel more organised. It will focus your attention on prettier things and open up the area.
Adding some vibrant artwork is an easy way to uplift a space, and your mood and the eye line of the bedroom. It is a super simple way to add some more colour without wallpapering or painting. You could have a delicate piece of art or a statement print which will completely set the room.
These are handy pieces of furniture which act as a bench at the end of the bed, with an added storage compartment. One thing which is key to enjoying your bedroom is making sure it is tidy, which is where clever space-saving solutions come in. An ottoman is fantastic for keeping your bedding or towels in, taking up very little space with the added practicality of a bench seat.
Whether it is a little one on your bedside table or large full-length size, mirrors can be used to open up your space. They lift the light, give the illusion of a bigger room and also can be beautiful pieces of furniture. Find one that fits your aesthetic because it is essential for every bedroom.
Think about your lighting. Do you want a statement light shade hanging from the ceiling that makes you feel like your bedroom is a luxury suite? Or, do you want your space to feel super cosy? In this case, having bedside lamps, or dressing table lamps is something you should explore.
Look at the natural light, what type of curtains do you have, do you want to add some sheer curtains that let the light fall through but give an airy feel? Or, do you want heavier curtains that will make give it a cottage feel?