With the coronavirus crisis making us spend more time at home, it’s only natural that you will want to carry out some renovations. While your downstairs living spaces may be your first port of call, you shouldn’t neglect your bedroom. This is the space that should exude tranquility and help you to relax and drift off to a restful night’s sleep. All too often, our bedrooms are untidy and can become dumping grounds for clothes and junk. You need to reclaim this room to aid your rest. Take a look at these simple bedroom renovation hacks to help your bedroom go from boring to boudoir.
Bedroom Renovation Hacks For All
Your walls are the canvases that need to help you relax. Busy wallpapers, bold colors, and garish hues will not help you to sleep. Instead, go for a mooted palette with cream, white, or pastel tones. While this may sound a little drab, you can uplift this blank canvas with artwork, photography, or other wall dressings. If you cannot live without splashes of color, opt for a feature wall. This can become a focal point but won’t dominate the room. Think about patterns such as geometric shaped wallpaper a la the 1960s. Or perhaps a more floral wall would be more your thing. Alternatively, stick to the bland and go for some artwork to add interest. Black and white photography adds to the monotone feel and can be very classic and relaxing.
The most important aspect of any bedroom is the bed itself. Frames come in all sizes and styles, so consider how the bed fits into the decor of the rest of your house. You can express your personality through your bed. Wooden pine looks classic, metal white can look ultra-modern, and teak veneer can ooze that achingly cool retro look. Then, consider your mattress. Don’t scrimp and order a cheap one as it will have springs in all the wrong places. Compare the difference between nectar and helix mattresses depending on whether you want a firm cushioning or something more bespoke. Couple your mattress with some memory foam pillows, and you could be enjoying a restful night’s sleep in no time.
If your walls are bland and your tones are muted, it’s only right that you’d want to inject some color and texture somewhere. Use your bed as a sculptural base to create something so comfy looking that you just want to sink into it. Add layers of texture through different throws and cushions. You could enjoy silk, velvet, and woolen textures. These layers add depth and a feeling of warmth. This helps you to get into a relaxing mood when it is time to hit the sack. Consider the sorts of drapes you want. You might decide to go for blinds if you are after a sleek, modern look, but you might fancy a heavy curtain to block out the morning light more effectively. This way, you won’t be woken up in the morning too early.
Follow this guide, and you can make your bedroom exude the same interior design flair as the rest of your house.
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