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Title10 Tips for Decorating a Beautiful Bedroom
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Body10 Tips for Decorating a Beautiful Bedroom By Coral Nafie Coral Nafie Coral Nafie is an interior design expert with over 25 years of home decorating experience. She has authored the book "The About.com Guide to Home Decorating." Her expertise covers every aspect of home decor projects, including budget makeovers and extensive renovations. Learn more about The Spruce's Editorial Process Updated on 09/17/20 Pin Share Email The Spruce / Ali Elshabrawi A bedroom should be a personal getaway, a sanctuary, which expresses your favorite colors, feelings, and collections. Learn the main rules to remember when decorating your bedroom. Choose Subtle Color . Instead of bold primary colors, choose soothing shades and a restful palette of monochromatic tones. Remember color theory: gentle hues of blue, lavender, or green are considered calm and serene. Rich jewel-toned hues help set the mood of coziness and comfort. These might include toasty browns, deep pomegranate, or topaz. Use toned-down versions of your favorite colors in the bedroom." That might mean choosing mauve instead of eggplant, or pumpkin instead of tangerine. Don't Overlook the Ceiling . The ceiling is the fifth wall in a room. When you lie in bed, do you see a bland, blank surface? Add a subtle pattern or soft color. Paint the ceiling a slightly lighter version of the wall color. This will help to visually lower the ceiling and give the space a feeling of comfort and intimacy. Other solutions would be to stencil or wallpaper the ceiling, add architectural elements in the form of beams or moldings or use a decorative paint treatment. For ultimate luxury, silver-leafed bedroom ceilings, a canopy, or a tented bed with a dressing that hangs from the ceiling can envelop you in sensuality and warmth while adding texture, design, and color to the ceiling. Add a molded medallion and chandelier of crystal or delicate shades bringing color, pattern, and texture to the "fifth wall" above you. Keep the Bedroom Simple . A bedroom should look cozy and simple, sophisticated, and elegant, regardless of what style of decorating you choose. For ease of movement, leave a minimum of three feet between the bed and side walls or large pieces of furniture and at least two feet between the bed and low furniture, like tables and dressers. If you have to walk around the bed to get from the closet to the bathroom, think of how you can move the bed. Furnish your bedroom with only what you need. A bed, a bedside table or two, a dresser, and chair are necessities. Anything else is clutter. If you have room, place a chest of drawers in the closet. Accessories should be kept to a minimum. Choose a beautiful piece of artwork, arrange some family photos, add flowers and candles, and leave it alone Choose the Right Size Furniture . When you're ready to buy bedroom furniture, start out with a floor plan and a measured drawing of the space. Furniture should fit the room it lives and this is particularly true for bedroom furniture. Don't choose a heavy, large bed and dresser for a small bedroom. If the ceiling is high, a tall headboard will help to visibly bring it down to size. If your bedroom is large, choose furniture that fits it, too. Add a chair and ottoman or place a piece of furniture at the end of the bed. Furniture and accessories that are too small will look lost in a large room. The Spruce / Ali Elshabrawi  Have Plenty of Storage . To add to the serene feeling of a bedroom, store things out of sight. The room will appear more calm and roomy. Choose a roomy bedside table with drawers or doors behind which you can hide books, lotion, and reading glasses within reach but out of sight. For more storage, choose a skirted table or a small dresser with drawers. Use a trunk or a storage bench at the foot of the bed to store extra sheets, blankets, and pillows. For easy-to-reach books and accessories, use a headboard with built-in shelves or sliding panels. A custom-designed organization system can make maximum use of closet space. Place shallow boxes underneath the bed hiding them with a beautiful bed skirt. The Spruce / Ali Elshabrawi  Include a Private Nook . Give yourself a special gift with a quiet place to sit and read. Create an intimate reading or lounging area with a comfortable chair and footstool at the end of your bed or in a corner. If you have room, build a window seat under the bedroom window. Enjoy the view and the natural light. Indulge in Luxurious Linens . Outfit your bedroom with beautiful and luxurious fabrics. There's nothing that adds comfort to a bedroom like beautiful linens. Don't buy sheets that are less than 100 percent cotton or linen with high thread counts of 350 or more. For sheets that feel like they came from a 5-star hotel, send them to the dry cleaner for professional washing and pressing, which doesn't cost much, but creates a crisp smoothness worthy of the Ritz. Add other sensual feeling fabrics through the bedroom with a soft mohair or cashmere throw on the arm of a reading chair, cover the walls with silk or textured wall coverings, hang silk draperies, or a silk bed canopy, or add plush floor coverings. The Spruce / Ali Elshabrawi  Cover the Windows . A beautifully dressed window will help to frame the window and the view and provide other ways to add color, pattern, texture, and softness to a bedroom. If you love soft sheer curtains that filter light, combine opaque roller blinds that can be pulled down to maintain privacy at night and to block morning light. For all draperies, include opaque blinds or drapery lining to keep out the sun when you want to sleep late. Include Several Lighting Options . In a bedroom, it's good to "layer" your lighting throughout the room. Ambient lighting light the whole room, small lamps can focus light for reading and other activities, and accent light helps to wash the walls in soft illumination. To focus reading light where you need it, use a bedside lamp with a movable arm. Each light should be adjustable with a dimmer. Install a separate on/off switch for each light so that you can be selective and light only the area you want. Let Your Bedroom Be a Real Getaway . Try to discipline yourself to keep your cell phone, computer, television, exercise machine, or blackberry out of the bedroom. Create a cherished place to relax and renew. You'll love having a room dedicated to reading, sleeping, and romance. Featured Video Read More 32 Colorful Bedroom Ideas 11 Tricks to Make a Small Bedroom Look Bigger Warm Up Your Home With These 15 Cozy Bedroom Ideas 95 Breathtaking Primary Bedroom Designs 50 Bedrooms Teenage Girls Will Love 23 Top Bedrooms Decorated With Lavender 26 Relaxing Bedrooms Where You Could Sleep Forever Try One of These 24 Beautiful Neutral Bedroom Ideas Get Inspired With These 27 Dream Bedroom Ideas for Girls 7 Easy Ways to Jazz up Your Apartment Bedroom 38 Inspired Bedroom Decorating Ideas 49 Decorating Ideas for Farmhouse-Style Bedrooms 30 Gorgeous Beach Bedroom Decor Ideas 41 Victorian Bedroom Ideas That'll Make You Feel Royal Consider These 10 Must-See Before and After Bedroom Makeovers 11 Bedroom Layout Ideas to Make the Most of Your Space
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Body65 Brilliant Ways to Design the Bedroom Retreat of Your Dreams These simple updates can turn your space into a haven in no time. By Monique Valeris, Caroline Picard and Caroline Utz Jan 4, 2021 Annie Schlechter Your bedroom is where you rest and recharge after a long, hectic day, so there's no reason why you wouldn't want it to feel like a retreat. With a few simple decor upgrades — think smart furniture choices, soothing paint colors, chic window treatments, and tasteful accessories, you can have the inviting bedroom you've always dreamed of. Ready to craft a calming bedroom? Regardless of size, your master bedroom is full of design potential. Get ready to step outside of your comfort zone with these brilliant bedroom decorating ideas that'll help you pull off your makeover once and for all. And the best part is you don't have to blow your budget. View Gallery 65 Photos Adam Macchia 1 of 65 Go Moody Opting for a deep hue, like gray, is an easy way to give your bedroom a cocoon-like feel. Introduce contrast with white bedding and wood nightstands. Jennifer Hughes 2 of 65 Use a Console Table as a Nightstand If you love the idea of having both a vanity area and a nightstand, set a console table right next to your bed. Style it with your favorite accessories, including an oversized mirror, table lamp, and framed art. 3 of 65 Consider a Floral Headboard Uplift your design scheme with an eye-catching floral headboard. Choosing a vibrant hue, like yellow, can act as the perfect balance to neutral-colored walls. Brian Woodcock 4 of 65 Bring in Additional Seating A simple accent chair can transition from side table to foot rest to extra seating if you need a spot for quickly putting on shoes. RELATED: The 12 Best Sofas of 2020 at Every Price David A. Land 5 of 65 Go for a Built-in Play up your bedroom's cozy factor by letting a built-in bookcase complement a comfy accent chair and white canopy bed.SHOP CANOPY BED Max Kim-Bee 6 of 65 Embrace Petite Furniture Don't fret if you have a small bedroom. A narrow nightstand, like this charming Ikea design, is a great option to help reduce clutter. RELATED: 15 Small Bedroom Decor Ideas That Feel Grand Annie Schlechter 7 of 65 Paint Wood Panels To prevent wood paneling from feeling outdated, go for warm gray paint — the perfect choice to create a calming atmosphere. Lisa Romerein 8 of 65 Try Striking Lighting When it comes to lighting, you can't go wrong with a layered effect. Pull your room together with an elegant overhead fixture and small bedside table lamps. RELATED: The 8 Best Light Therapy Lamps to Naturally Boost Your Mood Raquel Langworthy 9 of 65 Test the Tassel Trend Dress up a basic nightstand with tassel hardware that can add an elegant touch to any bedroom. Stacy Bass 10 of 65 Two-Tone Walls Why settle for one paint color when you can have two, right? Two-tone walls are a no-fail way to boost your room's visual appeal. Matt Albiani 11 of 65 Built-in Bed If you're partial to coastal-inspired decor, experiment with a cozy captain's bed. It's an ideal and stylish spot to store your belongings without taking up much-needed space. Amy Bartlam 12 of 65 Incorporate a Wood Bench Rather than placing a typical upholstered bench at the foot of your bed, try a wooden design. It's an easy way to introduce a rustic flair into your space without going overboard. Laura Resen 13 of 65 Opt for Matching Frames Black frames make it easy to swap in new photos, mementos, and artwork when you're ready for a change of pace. James Merrell 14 of 65 Swap Out Your Curtains Change your view (at least inside) by swapping in new curtains. Make sure your new panels are long enough to just hit the floor or sill, and pick ones at least twice as wide as the width of the window. RELATED: 6 Best Blackout Curtains for the Best Sleep Ever Laura Moss 15 of 65 Use Luxe Bedding Give your bedroom a hotel feel with cozy white sheets and an assortment of complementary throw pillows. Abby Murphy 16 of 65 Decorate Your Bed Start with a colorful frame, pile on the pillows, and hang a crafty pom-pom garland! 17 of 65 Settle on an Oversized Plant Greenery never fails to breathe life into a space. Try an oversized plant to make even more of an impact. Jean Allsopp 18 of 65 Find Inspiration Outdoors A repurposed barn door adds texture and interest to this rustic bedroom retreat. Use reclaimed wood as your starting point to create a one-of-a-kind piece, adding lights for reading. How farmhouse chic! Simon Whitmore 19 of 65 Think Global A vintage map makes a great (and inexpensive!) focal point for this simple bedroom. Shop local thrift stores and markets to find one-of-a-kind pieces. RELATED: 12 Inspiring Boho Living Room Ideas Mark Scott 20 of 65 "Commission" a Scenic Mural Forget hiring an artist for the job — you can now pick from dozens of styles of large-scale peel-and-stick landscapes and patterns.SHOP MURALS Mark Scott 21 of 65 Turn to Mirrors Dark corners, be gone. Mirrors are the tried-and-true way for bouncing more light around a windowless bedroom. Francesco Lagnese 22 of 65 Fill with Greenery A vibrant palm leaf acts as a piece of artwork in this beachy bohemian room. Aimée Mazzenga 23 of 65 Double Up on Rugs Layering matching rugs on top of wall-to-wall carpeting defines each bed's space while adding another layer of color and pattern to the room, explains designer Bria Hammel.SHOP RUGS Mike Garten 24 of 65 Swap Out Hardware Give your existing dresser or bedside table a mini makeover with new knobs. (Some fancy pulls might inspire you to put things away faster too.) Adam Macchia 25 of 65 Paint an Accent Wall Bedrooms should be a place to relax, but that doesn't mean they have to be boring. Designer Dan Mazzarini wasn't shy about incorporating a bold, orange-red backdrop. Casey Dunn 26 of 65 Try on a Trend A throw pillow is a low-commitment and low-investment way to see how you like the latest styles and materials (like velvet and feathered looks) rocking the home decor world. To save a few dollars, keep the same inserts and buy pillow covers to swap whenever you want. Tessa Neustadt 27 of 65 Try a Daybed In this bedroom designed by Emily Henderson, a daybed is the perfect solution for seating and a place for Mom and Dad to nap. Try one in your own master for a luxurious update. Just a Girl and a Blog 28 of 65 Go for a Hidden Hamper Finally tackle your habit of leaving clothes on that chair with a gorgeous hidden hamper so dirty clothes are out of sight, out of mind. Dustin Walker 29 of 65 Bring in Flowers A floral painting, pillow, or even a vase filled with a few blooms instantly freshens any space. Alyssa Rosenheck 30 of 65 Follow the Rule of Threes Try this trick from designer Mel Bean to fill up space when you can't afford big pieces of art: Hang multiple, uniform-sized picture frames, with simple artwork, side-by-side above your bed. Next 25 Perfect Kitchen Paint Colors to Try Now Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Monique Valeris Senior Home Editor, Good Housekeeping Monique Valeris is the senior home editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers decorating ideas, home tours, gift guides and more. Caroline Picard Health Editor Caroline is the Health Editor at GoodHousekeeping.com covering nutrition, fitness, wellness, and other lifestyle news. Caroline Utz Caroline Utz is the Home Editorial Assistant for Good Housekeeping and Woman’s Day, where she covers everything from the latest design trends to the oldest cleaning hacks. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io More From Home Decor Gallery 65 Easy Design Tricks for a Chic Living Room 26 Inviting Family Room Design Schemes Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 26 Bright & Cheery Sunroom Decor Ideas 40 Standout Ways to Elevate Your Dining Room 32 Brilliant Home Office Design Ideas 20+ Chic Bathroom Paint Colors 14 Cool Teen Bedroom Ideas 20 Ways to Dress Up Your Fireplace 25+ Home Decor Ideas for $50 or Less 8 Biggest Mistakes You Make Decorating a Small Space
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Title50 Best Bedroom Ideas - How To Decorate a Beautiful Bedroom
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Body50 Bedroom Ideas That Are Downright Dreamy Don’t snooze on these stylish looks. By Kelsey Mulvey and ELLE DECOR Editors Jan 25, 2021 Roger Davies Never underestimate the power of a well-appointed bedroom. Since bedrooms are the most private room of the house—limited to only a few, select guests—it can be easy to deprioritize their overall design. Still, your personal quarters deserve your utmost attention. This is where you spend time reading and relaxing, recharging and reflecting on the day, so it only makes sense to adorn them with a chic bed frame, a soothing color scheme, and great sheets. And unlike the rest of the home—which is designed with guests in mind—the bedroom offers a rare opportunity to put your personal style on full display. Designing a bedroom to perfectly reflect your personality might seem like a tall order, but it’s not impossible. To help, check out these inspiring ways to transform your bedroom into your very own happy place. Whether you crave a minimalist sanctuary or a bold boudoir, there’s plenty of inspiration for everyone. Plus, we’ve added items you can buy to help you get the look in your home. Beauty sleep has never looked so good. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 1 Cozy Corner Stephen Kent Johnson A bedroom is your personal oasis, so why not create a nook where you can curl up after a long day? In this upstate New York farmhouse, Shawn Henderson doubles down on the cozy factor with a moody color scheme and a wingback chair in an Edelman Leather suede.Shop nowAlex Grey Velvet Accent Chair, $1,099, Crate & Barrel 2 Wonder Wall Emily Gilbert Daun Curry deftly bridges the gap between subtle and “statement” in this Sag Harbor, New York, home. The cheery artwork and psychedelic mural offsets the room’s otherwise neutral color palette. Shop nowCeleste Agate Wallpaper Mural, $4.40 per sq. ft., Murals Wallpaper 3 Pared-Back Pillows Miguel Flores-Vianna If you’re looking to break up a handful of patterns, cover your bed with crisp pillowcases. In her London home and studio, textile designer Nathalie Farman-Farma created some breathing room with a sweet scalloped set.Shop nowMatouk Full/Queen Lanai Pique Coverlet, $158, Horchow 4 Textured Treatment Max Burkhalter Consider this apartment in Manhattan’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood, designed by architect Michael K. Chen, a master class in textures. Instead of a wooden or metal bed frame, this bed is upholstered in Jiun Ho fabric. Shop nowLana Storage Bed, from $1,999, West Elm 5 Stylish Symmetry Julie Soefer Symmetry is a surefire way to give your bedroom a serene flair. In this Houston family home designed by Marie Flanigan, plaster walls from Segreto Finishes are paired with matching sconces and nightstands by Jiun Ho. Shop nowToulouse Nightstand, $599, Pottery Barn 6 Let There Be Light Miguel Flores-Vianna Want to make your bedroom feel like a five-star hotel? Add a convenient—and stylish—reading light, just as Isabel López-Quesada did in this Madrid apartment once owned by Ava Gardner.Shop nowWest Elm + Rejuvenation Cylinder Sconce, $199, West Elm 7 A Showstopping Headboard Andrea Ferrari For a low-maintenance way to make a statement, consider adding a unique headboard to your bedroom. Emiliano Salci of Dimorestudio masters the look in his Milan apartment with this Luciano Frigerio bed. Shop nowSafavieh Paloma Metal Retro Full Headboard, $168, The Home Depot 8 A Personal Touch Fabien Charuau From the gallery wall of illustrations to the printed quilt that adorns the bed, Srila Chatterjee and Mahesh Mathai’s Mumbai bedroom has no shortage of personality.Shop nowTextural Cotton Linework Duvet in Full/Queen, $170, West Elm 9 Floor-to-Ceiling Creativity Michael Mundy Designer Michael S. Smith took his style to new heights—literally—by covering this Beverly Hills bedroom’s walls and ceiling in a whimsical fabric by Cowtan & Tout. While this idea may not be for design wallflowers, it’s poised to make a major statement. Shop nowEva Pink Fabric, $35/yard, Ballard Designs 10 Pattern Play Frank Frances Why settle for one pattern when you can have three or four? In her Hudson Valley, New York, home, Sheila Bridges embraced her bold eye for design with a headboard upholstered in a Gastón y Daniela fabric, a vintage kantha quilt, and an Adelphi Paper Hangings wallcovering. Shop nowArt Deco Headboard in Blue Baldwin Bamboo by Scalamandré, $549, The Inside 11 A Pop of Color Stephan Julliard To bring a pop of color into your bedroom, take a cue from this London flat designed by Nebihe Cihan. Not only do the purple lampshades breathe some energy into the space, but they also complement the wall mural perfectly.Shop nowLarge Martin Table Lamp, $195, Hay 12 Sitting Pretty Roger Davies Just because your bedroom is where you sleep doesn’t mean you can’t design it with your waking hours in mind. In a Santa Monica, California, house, Natasha Baradaran created all-day appeal with a signature settee, a sculptural stool by Natan Moss, and a statement chandelier courtesy of Lindsey Adelman. Shop now Fenwick Settee in Nomadic Triangle, $2,199, Arhaus 13 Soft Side Elsa Young/Bureaux Talk about a room with a view! In Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens’s South African home, they blur the lines between the modern interior and the great outdoors with linen bedding and a textured rug. A custom bed and Cassina chaise complete the look.Shop nowWhite Linen Sheet Set with Pillowcases, from $325, Cultiver 14 Coastal Accents Ricardo Labougle Contrary to popular belief, a monochromatic room doesn’t have to be boring. When a couple purchased the late architect Mario Connio’s former Uruguay beach house, they infused plenty of texture into this all-white bedroom. An ornate headboard, practical mosquito net, and photograph by Vicky Aguirre round out the space.Shop nowDakota Fields Rutledge Cotton Macrama Bed Canopy, $78, Wayfair. 15 Wall-to-Wall Pattern Stacy Zarin Goldberg A pattern can seem chaotic when used in abundance, but a neutral colorway gives it a more subtle and refined appearance. Designer Zoe Feldman used a floral wallpaper with soothing sage floor covering to add interest and elegance in this Washington, D.C. bedroom. Shop NowBirds Greige Wallpaper, $40, Pottery Barn 16 Hanging Bedside Lamps William Waldron New York City–based designer Nicole Fuller flanked a master bed with two hanging pendant lamps in this Greenwich Village apartment. While very chic, they make a quiet statement and don’t distract from the graphic art posited above the bed. The added perk of not using table lamps is the extra surface space on the nightstands. Shop NowVelia 1 - Light Single Globe Pendant, $60.16, Wayfair 17 Midcentury Mobile Douglas Friedman Installing a mobile as a sculptural piece centered above a bed adds quirk and excitement to an artfully composed room. New York City–based designer, Thom Filicia, used a custom piece inspired by Alexander Calder in his Manhattan bedroom. Shop NowMid-Century Mobile, $60, West Elm 18 Tapestry as a Headboard Simon Watson A suzani wallhanging doubles as a headboard and blends in as a piece of art in Carlos Souza's Rome-based apartment. Bold in color and pattern, the Istanbul-sourced fabric adds texture without overwhelming the space. It's a visually stunning partner to the facing gallery wall. Shop NowVicky Brago-Mitchell For Deny Kermina Suzani Tapestry, $49, Urban Outfiitters 19 Outdoor Details Ricardo Labougle Yes, the bedroom of Colombian fashion designer Johanna Ortiz’s Cartagena vacation home enjoys the benefit of large glass doors leading to a hammocked balcony al fresco. But natural materials—like the raffia-and-seashell pendant and a woven room divider behind the headboard—lend an elevated, earthy feel. Shop NowSanta Barbara Pendant, $398, Serena & Lily 20 Eclectic Elements Paul Costello A bedroom is the most personal space in your house, which makes it perfect for expressing seemingly disparate facets of your own unique sensibility. In this New Orleans home, an antique bed resides happily alongside a vintage Chinese screen, a handmade Moroccan rug, and a black and white photograph of Kate Moss. Shop NowAlfred Eisenstaedt Portrait of Actress Marilyn Monroe, from $95 for 12" x 16", Art.com 21 Workhorse Nighstands Nicole Cohen It might seem counterintuitive, but in a bedroom with relatively small square footage, sizing up the bedside tables can make the most of every inch. In this Brooklyn Heights apartment, a West Elm dresser is repurposed as a roomy nightstand to house bouquets, books, and beauty products. Shop NowKate Spade New York Scallop Row Decorative Pillow, 18" x 18," $69.99, Bloomingdales 22 A Cooler Canopy Trevor Tondro Canopies of the frilly and flouncy variety are best suited for the childhood bedroom of your dreams. But in luxe materials—here, a mirrored bed frame is upholstered in Romo velvet—the accent feels all grown-up. (This one is in a Beverly Hills bachelor pad!) Shop NowPortica Bed Queen, $1,899, Room & Board 23 DIY Art Cyrill Matter Chalkboard paint has found its place in kitchens, playrooms, and children's bedrooms, but it's also an innovative and evolving element for adult spaces, too. In this rental treehouse in Florence, a chalkboard doubles as a headboard and a message space for hosts to leave welcome missives to guests.Shop NowBlack Chalkboard Brush-On Latex Paint, $16/quart, True Value 24 Sumptuous Finishes Roger Davies Perhaps there is no other room in the house where you'll appreciate lush, opulent textiles and finishes than the place you'll spend most of your time. In Sophia Amoruso's Los Angeles jewel box, a custom silk velvet bed frame is dressed in Frette sheets and blanket, and placed aside brass and black lacquer nightstands and handmade silk drapes. Shop NowLegends Luxury Velvet Flannel Duvet Cover in Queen, $144, The Company Store 25 Proportional Pieces Claire Cocano from Maison: Parisian Chic at Home by Ines de la Fressange and Marin Montagut (Flammarion, 2018) A spacious bedroom is the dream, but outfitting it with accents that speak to that scale is key—lest it feel like a gymnasium, not a haven. In this Parisian apartment, an oversized pendant and jumbo mirror feel right at home in an airy, open space. Shop NowLarge Dome Copper Pendant, $547, Shades of Light 26 Dramatic Curtains Simon Upton A room is never completely finished until you address your window dressing situation. In the guest bedroom of a Paris apartment, the custom forged-iron bed frame is finished in gold leaf and stands out against the curtains made from a Pierre Frey chintz and Dedar fabric.Shop Now DKNY Modern Slub Velvet Window Panels, from $120 for 2, Nordstrom 27 Swap In a Daybed John M Hall Create the illusion of more space in a tiny guest room by opting for a daybed instead of a large bed frame. For more ideas, browse our favorite daybeds. Shop Now Mistana Meaghan Twin Daybed, $570, Wayfair 28 A Statement Art Piece Simon Upton Less can be more when designing around a statement art piece. In this minimal apartment, the neon wall sculpture is by Glenn Ligon and stands out beautifully against walls sheathed in a Marmorino finish.Shop Now Love Neon Sign, $476, Oliver Gal via Saks Fifth Avenue 29 Monochromatic Look Kristoffer Johnsson Sticking to one light color is an easy way to make a small bedroom feel less claustrophobic. In a young couple's monochromatic Swedish home, the master bedroom blends white and cool brown for a color scheme that makes the petite space feel more open and airy. The bed is by Hästens, and the is vintage.Shop Now Monroe Task Lamp, $412, Burke Decor 30 Creative Headboards Jean-Francois Jaussaud If you grow tired of things easily, using curtains as a creative headboard lets you update your room to fit every season and mood. In the master bedroom of a palatial Florence estate, the bed coronet and curtains are of an Ian Mankin stripe. Shop Now Ripple Fold Drapery, from $528, The Shade Store 31 Layered Bedding Björn Wallander Layering is key to a beautiful bed. It gives your space an instantly glamorous upgrade, plus you'll be beyond cozy in the wintertime. The master bedroom of a Gramercy Park apartment seen here features a luxe bed dressed in custom Frette linens.Shop Now Noto Ricamo Pillow Shams, from $63, Amazon 32 Lighting Options Alec Hemer There's nothing more frustrating than a bedroom with just one overhead light. Give yourself options by adding a dimmer or opt for several fixtures throughout the room, like Christian Siriano's Connecticut country home. Who are we to say no to a bedroom chandelier?Shop Now House of Hamopton Maxwell 3-Light Crystal Chandelier, $165, Wayfair 33 Artwork You Adore Ricardo Labougle There's no need to go overboard with the art in your bedroom: pick one piece that speaks to you and also makes a statement. This charming bedroom in an Uruguayan country house prominently features a painting by Eva Claessens.Browse our gallery of the best places to buy art online and then get ideas on how to display your finds.Shop now"Read Between the Lines" by Cecelia Hospers, from $26, Minted 34 A Comforting Color Palette Richard Powers You want everything in your bedroom to exude comfort, and the color palette is no exception. Whether you're a fan of warm or cool shades, pick colors that you naturally gravitate toward and give you a sense of calm. This home in Mexico opted for organic colors like ocean blue and deep brown. The statement wall is painted with Patagonia by Comex and the Eames chair and ottoman are by Herman Miller.Shop Now Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, from $5,521, Design Within Reach 35 Photographs...But Not of Family Joshua McHugh You should have as many family photos as you wish in other rooms in the house, but it's best to keep the bedroom's artwork less emotionally loaded. Elegant photographs add some character to your space without reminding you of specific people while you're trying to fall asleep. All of the photographs pictured in this Upper West Side bedroom are by Marsha Lebedev Bernstein.Shop Now Modern White Frames, $183 for 6, Pottery Barn 36 A Touch of Drama Max Zambelli Even the brightest, most cheerful bedrooms need an element of dark, sexy glamour. Balance is key. Stick with a few dramatic pieces, like the bedroom in this Windsor Terrace home that features a bed frame upholstered in a Lake August fabric and is topped with a vintage Moroccan blanket.Shop Now Moroccan Berber Striped Blanket, $579, Chairish 37 A Variety of Textures Cynthia Lynn Of course your bedding is plush as could be, but don't forget texture throughout the rest of your room. The guest bedroom of a glamorous Illinois home plays with texture by incorporating a black channel-quilted leather headboard and a Moroccan wedding blanket covered in sequins.Shop Now Everly Quinn Abid Upholstered Platform Bed, $937, Wayfair 38 Floral Arrangements William Waldron Whether they're on your nightstand, vanity, or windowsill, flower arrangements are a lovely thing to wake up to. Especially in the winter when you need a dose of greenery. Take inspiration from the fresh flowers that flank the bed—not to mention the flora on the walls—of this West Village master bedroom.Shop Now Vase Baby Mini, $75, Farmgirl Flowers 39 Creative Storage William Abranowicz The end of your bed is a perfect and unsuspecting spot to fit in more storage. In the bedroom of a Los Angeles country house, a vintage clothing trunk steals the decor spotlight while also giving you much-needed space.Shop Now Tanja Trunk, $998, Anthropologie 40 A Designated Work Area Douglas Friedman Although most designers would advise against working in your bedroom, that's not always a reality. Designate a specific work area in your room, preferably as far from your bed as possible, so that you don't feel guilty for finishing up paperwork. Shop Now Mid-Century Mini Secretary, $399, West Elm 41 A Good Mirror Björn Wallander Mirrors are a pretty magical design element. They make any space feel larger, brighter, and more unique, whether you decide to hang them or simply prop one up against the wall. Learn from this Hamptons summer home, where a rustic-style mirror perfectly complements the antique bed frame and Swedish chest.Shop Now Riesner Accent Mirror, $97, Joss&Main 42 A Statement Bed Frame Simon Upton Give your personal space some glamour with a statement bed frame. From four-posts to platforms, the options for a chic piece of furniture are endless. In the master bedroom of a Connecticut weekend home, this bed frame is by Hickory Chair and dressed in Restoration Hardware linens.Shop Now Stonewashed Belgian Linen Bedding Collection, from $16, Restoration Hardware 43 A Comfortable Rug Richard Powers Nothing ruins a happy morning (or makes a gloomy one worse) than stepping out of the bed onto a cold, hard floor. Do yourself a favor and make sure your feet are greeted with a beautiful cushy rug. Opt for something soft, stylish, and timeless, and you'll be destined to keep it (and love it!) forever.Browse some our favorite rugs and get rug styling tips for any room. Shop Now Equinox Grey Ombre Rug, $599, CB2 44 A Theme Simon Upton It's the first thing a child will consider when putting together their bedroom, but adults tend to shy away from decorative themes. A theme can be a powerful unifying device, not to mention calming. In this Netherlands bedroom, the wall-covering, curtains and bedcover are all a classic toile de Jouy. The headboard is custom-made, and the side table is vintage.Shop Now Romantic Toile Wallpaper, $.56/sq ft, Wayfair 45 The Right Number of Throw Pillows Richard Powers How to figure out this number: It should be enough pillows so that your bed looks sumptuous and inviting when properly made, yet not so many that getting in bed requires 10 minutes of excavating. The sweet spot is usually between two to six, depending on the size of your bed. The bedroom of this Connecticut country home makes a solid argument for four being the perfect number!Shop Now Aviva Stanoff Gravity Pillow, $135, ABC Carpet & Home 46 A Tech-Free Zone Stephen Kent Johnson "The bedroom is about sleeping. What do you need when you're sleeping? Not a smartphone," says designer Aurélien Gallet. And that goes for a television as well. As a result, you'll get more restful sleep, plus more room for furniture and accessories you love. (This gorgeous bedroom in Amanda Seyfried's Catskills getaway is proof.)Shop Now Colestin Bed, from $2,899, Rejuvenation 47 A Seating Area Francis Amiand This room, designed by Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet, has more than one area to unwind. A good spot to sit down will serve you well when you're reading or need to have a conversation with your partner. It's also great for putting on shoes or checking email so you can leave tech out of your bed. Shop Now Forest Green Kaylyn Bench With Bolsters, $175, World Market 48 A Collection of Your Favorite Things Stephen Kent Johnson It doesn't have to be an entire étagère-full, but a cluster of pieces that make you smile will go a long way in making a bedroom feel just right, as with this bedroom in a Greenwich Village penthouse, featuring antique French linens, a 19th-century Indian lantern, and plenty of paintings collected over the years. Bonus: This is also a great way to incorporate pieces you've acquired over time but can't quite figure out where to put them. Shop Now Gracie Oaks Levan 3-Light Single Urn Pendant, $146, Wayfair 49 A Personalized Night Stand Miguel Flores-Vianna Yes, a nightstand with all the necessities looks lovely, but it can also be a way to showcase your personality. The more idiosyncratic and "you" it feels, the better it will work and the more it will be a testament to your personal style. In Megan Mullally's room, her and husband Nick Offerman topped their Holly Hunt nightstands with vintage mercury-glass lamps and fresh flowers.Shop Now Jonathan Y Esmee 24.5" Mercury Silver Mercury Glass Table Lamp, $70, The Home Depot 50 A Great Mattress Max Zambelli "You want a mattress that keeps you cool and gives you great lumbar support," says Ron Rudzin, CEO of Saatva Mattress. And of course, one that looks great in your room. Rudzin recommends choosing a mattress and foundation height based not just on your bed frame and headboard, but also the height of your night tables and window sillsShop Now Luxury Firm Queen 11.5", $1,199, Saatva Kelsey Mulvey Kelsey Mulvey is a freelance lifestyle journalist, who covers shopping and deals for Marie Claire, Women's Health, and Men's Health, among others. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. 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TitleHow to decorate a bedroom – 10 tips to create a beautiful bedroom | Real Homes
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H1How to decorate a bedroom – 10 tips to create a beautiful bedroom
H2Where do you start to decorate a bedroom?
1. Choose a style for your bedroom
2. Carefully choose your bedroom furniture
3. Pick an overall color scheme
4. Add pattern with wallpaper
5. Or bring in some texture with panelling
6. Pick out artwork for your bedroom decor
7. Add softness under foot with a rug
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9. Invest in the best bedding and throw pillows
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5. Or bring in some texture with panelling
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BodyHow to decorate a bedroom – 10 tips to create a beautiful bedroom Need help with your bedroom decor? We have plenty of ideas to get you started... Sign up to our newsletter Newsletter (Image credit: Interior Fox) By Hebe Hatton published 15 April 21 So you want to learn how to decorate a bedroom?  Well good, you are in the right place, because we have created a super simple, easy to follow guide to help you create your dream space starting right at the beginning. Now, without wanted to brag, we have had our fair share of experience with decorating bedrooms, but we've also asked the experts and got stylists, color experts and designers to offer up their tips and advice too. From where to start when choosing a bedroom color scheme and how to decide on a style, to how to pick the best furniture and nail your bedroom lighting, we have it all covered right here...If you are after more bedroom ideas to help get your inspired then head over to our gallery. Where do you start to decorate a bedroom?The best place to start when decorating a bedroom is to decide on the overall style you want to go for. Getting this down will help to make decisions on color schemes, furniture choice (if you are buying new), decor and accessories loads more straightforward as you already have a clear idea of what look you are after. But certain elements might help you make a start too. You might fall for a statement bed frame that will be the jumping-off point, or you know you want a wall of a certain color that will lend itself to a certain style. There really is no right starting point but we will talk you through everything you can consider while planning your bedroom decor right here...1. Choose a style for your bedroom. (Image credit: Ikea)Now, how to pick your style? Personally, we think the best way is to go old school with a mood board. Have a look over on Pinterest and pin bedrooms you like the look of, flick through magazines (Real Homes always has loads of lovely pics *wink wink*) and start following Instagram accounts whose home you like the style of. You'll quickly start to see some themes arising, and even if you notice you are loving more than one style, don't worry, there are no rules against mixing styles, in fact, that's what is going to make your bedroom decor feel personal to you. Love this bedroom? Check out more of our rustic bedroom ideas for inspiration. (Image credit: Racheal Smith)If you are decorating a bedroom for the first time, it is likely that your tastes will change and that's totally allowed! But until you have a clear idea of what you love avoid investing in anything that is very clearly suited to one style, and instead use smaller, more affordable ways to bring that style into your space. Essentially, keep your spendy pieces like your bed and any larger storage pieces, relatively neutral so they can work with any look you throw at them.  2. Carefully choose your bedroom furniture . (Image credit: Malcolm Menzies)Well, that leads us on nicely to how to choose furniture when decorating your bedroom. Once you have chosen the style you are going for with your furniture, next to think about is size. Draw up a floorplan of your space and make a list of what you want to include.  The bed is likely going to be the most dominant piece of furniture, so really think about what size and shape is going to work in your room. 'A bed is the dominant feature of any bedroom, it is the focal point and acts as a base to center the rest of your scheme around.' says Jen & Marr from Interior Fox. ' An upholstered headboard is an easy way of injecting color and texture into your bedroom, especially when designing within a smaller space. For a luxurious look, introduce plush velvets in rich earthy tones, these work well against a neutral backdrop while keeping the space light and airy. Add contemporary piping in a contrasting color to the edge of your headboard, this instantly adds a twist to any standard headboard and broadens the color scheme.'(Image credit: China Cooper )As well as picking the perfect bed, you'll need bedroom storage too. You might not think of something as practical as storage as being decoration, but check out this bedroom and how the storage picks add style to the room as well as a place to hide away clutter. As well as your closet, add small storage pieces that will double up as decoration like a vintage trunk, stylish rattan baskets and luxurious-looking ottomans. (Image credit: David Giles)A bedroom chair is something to consider adding too if you have the space. Not only do they provide a handy extra surface to sling (sorry carefully place) clothes, they look lovely and it can be so nice to have a space to relax away from your main living room. A hanging chair works well in smaller space because they technically don't take up any floor space light can still flow under it, and they are the perfect addition to modern boho bedrooms. But if you like a cozy, more traditional look a big squishy vintage armchair would make a great buy, or see if you can repurpose anything you have in your living room. 3. Pick an overall color scheme . (Image credit: Kasia Fiszer © Future)Your color scheme is something you want to think about really early on with your bedroom decor. If you plan on painting the room it's one of the first jobs you'll need to do.First off, consider the mood you want to create and what will suit the style you have chosen: bright and cheerful, cozy and muted, or dramatic? Then, think about your bedroom's orientation: how much sunlight does it get and how will the colors you're considering look under both natural daylight and lamplight? Now think about your bedroom's size: do you want your small bedroom to feel larger or does size really not matter that much to you in a bedroom? (Image credit: Katie Lee)You can't go wrong with a white bedroom color scheme. If your space is small, white will expand it, if your space is dark, white will brighten it. It's also the perfect backdrop for so many different styles, so if you have a tendency to switch up your decor a lot, white would be the way to go. 'As useful as it is, white is not an emotional color,' says Annie Sloan so you’ll need layers of texture and tones to bring depth and comfort. Use nuanced shades, from cool to warm, for a softer, more flattering look than a single, pure white.'  (Image credit: Farrow and Ball)And at the opposite end of the spectrum, you have the dark and moody hues, that are only increasing in popularity. We see more black bedrooms now than we do navy blue, and despite seeming like a bold color choice, black actually works in rooms of any size with any amount of natural light. 'While dark colors for any room can often feel like a leap of faith, they can create surprisingly cocooning spaces, so don’t rule out using them in the bedroom, especially if the room is poorly blessed with natural light.' says Patrick O’Donnell of Farrow and Ball. 'Try something like Down Pipe which never feels too cold or overwhelming, especially when simply dressed in off white linen for a clean contrast.'Obviously, it's not going to have the space-expanding effects of white, but using a darker color on the walls can blur the edges and make the room's dimensions less obvious, so don't be afraid to use it in smaller bedrooms too. (Image credit: Veronica Rodriguez)Want to dabble in the world of color? Greens and blues are always a good choice as they instantly give a room a serene, calming vibe. Opt for a light sage green and pair it with white and woods for a lovely soft color scheme. Or go for a bold blue, mixed with pops of vivid colors for a more vibrant feel – that's the best thing about decorating with blues and greens, no matter how bold you go it still always has that lovely soothing quality. Feeling inspired? We have a whole gallery of blue bedroom ideas for you to peruse and for all our bedroom color ideas head over to our in-depth guide.  4. Add pattern with wallpaper. (Image credit: Anthropologie)Paint may be the simplest (and most budget-friendly) way to decorate a bedroom, wallpaper is also a great way to bring some color and pattern into your room. Now how you go about it and what prints you choose depends on the look your want to go for. 'To begin, you’ll need to decide on a pattern and palette that suits your aesthetic.' advises Nina Tarnowski, founder for Woodchip & Magnolia. 'Though don’t be afraid to push beyond your comfort zone, consider even taking the design up to the ceiling. A large floral design in deep tones can add depth and drama, but for those looking for a more subtle approach, try a vintage-inspired wall mural in a soft neutral.'5. Or bring in some texture with panelling  . (Image credit: Fritz Fryer)And wallpaper isn't your only option if you want to adorn your walls with something other than paint. Wall paneling isn't just reserved for traditional bedrooms in period properties you can make it work in any space. The textures and warmth of the wood do lend themselves particularly well to boho or rustic bedrooms though. You can actually DIY this look too. There are plenty of shiplap kits if you want a more coastal vibe, or you can secure wooden boards to a single wall for a cozy cabin feel. 6. Pick out artwork for your bedroom decor. (Image credit: Rachel Manns)Artwork, whether that be a band poster you've had since your teens that you can't let go of or a painting you bought at auction, is a great way to bring some personality into your bedroom decor. The gallery wall trend has stood the test of time, and they always look beautiful displayed above a bed or to spruce up a boring wall. And you can really tailor them to suit your tastes – if you like a minimal look pick a symmetrical layout and pick a clear color theme, and more a more laid-back look don't stick to such a rigid format and mismatch your frames. You could alternatively choose a single, oversized print to hang on your main wall. You could even use it as the basis for your whole bedroom, weaving the same colors throughout the room and really making the artwork the focus. Check out our gallery wall ideas feature if you need any more tips on curate the artwork in your bedroom. 7. Add softness under foot with a rug. (Image credit: Carmine & Teal)No bedroom decor is complete without a rug. They bring in color, pattern, texture, and warmth, a  rug 'pulls the scheme together and helps to zone a space when working with a larger room.' says Jen founder of Interior Fox. 'And don’t be afraid to maximize: the bigger the rug, the better in our opinion. A large rug will create maximum comfort underfoot while adding warmth and texture to wooden floors. Our best design tip: make sure to place the rug underneath your furniture; this will bring your key furniture pieces together. To avoid the room feeling overcrowded, give the rug enough space from the wall, ensuring the sides of the floor are exposed.'8. Perfect your bedroom lighting . (Image credit: Fiona Murray)The majority of time you spend in your bedroom it will be dark, so it's important when decorating to plan your lighting. And lighting doesn't just have to be just practical, they can be part of your decor and really add to the scheme of the room.When choosing what types of lighting to go for, think about how you use different areas of the room. You'll probably want a bedside light to read by, an overhead light for the whole room and a few lamps dotted around to create a lovely glow. You always want your lighting to be warm and soft, so pick warm bulbs and shades that will diffuse the light. Dimmable switches are great in bedrooms too if budget allows. In terms of design, think about whether you want your lighting to be a key feature in your room, like you see here with the gorgeous rattan pendants, or more in the background, in that case you might want to opt for subtle wall lights.If you need more practical advice and inspiration head over to our bedroom lighting ideas guide. 9. Invest in the best bedding and throw pillows . (Image credit: Chris Snook)Bedding! Bedding and throw pillows are so important to your bedroom decor as the bed always tends to be the focus of the room.  We'd start with a plain color for your sheets as a base – try white, cream, grey, pastels, deep blue or even black – then get layering. Add throw pillows that you can easily switch out with the seasons or as your style changes, and make sure to add a blanket for extra texture too. If you want one that does more than just look pretty you might want to browse our guide to the best weighted blankets. You'll also find plenty of ideas for where to shop in our edit of the best bedding brands, plus find our tried and tested favourites in our guide to the best duvet covers and bedding sets.What goes inside your bed linen can also be just as important for creating a relaxing boudoir, so to find the right options for the most relaxing night's sleep you'll find plenty of advice in our guides to the best pillows and best duvets.10. Don't forget to dress your windows. (Image credit: David Burton)Window dressing are something we often overlook in bedroom decor, they are an afterthought, just something we need to pull over our windows when we sleep. But what you choose to dress your windows with is a design decision as well as a practical one. Obviously, you want them to block out light but you want them to look lovely too. In a bedroom, we would always recommend curtains. You can always add a blind underneath to block out more light, but the softness of curtains lends them so well to bedroom. Pick a floaty, gauzy fabric if you like a relaxed style or go for something heavy like velvet if you want more of a luxe feel.Think about length too. If space will allow, go floor to ceiling as this will add height to the room and just gives a more luxurious look. 'Gone are the days of shorter curtains, they feel dated and can make a window feel small and boxed in. Instead opt for floor to ceiling curtains, ensuring there are no gaps.' say Jen and Marr founders of Interior Fox. 'This look adds height to a room, while keeping a clean a simple aesthetic.'For more bedroom window ideas take a look at our gallery. Hebe Hatton Hebe joined the Real Homes team in early 2018 as Staff Writer. As a renter, she is always looking for creative ways to make her flat feel like home. She loves boho and 70's style and is a big fan of Instagram as a source of interiors inspiration. Latest Best dumbbells: 6 best buys to help you achieve your fitness goals in 2022 This year let the best dumbbells tone, firm, and sculpt your muscles, all from the comfort of your own homes. By Brittany Romano • Published 5 January 22 Best bathroom scales: 9 easy to use models to help reach your goals Whether for keeping track of your weight or monitoring your body fat, these best bathroom scales can help do this job - at home By Hebe Hatton • Published 5 January 22 SPONSORS. 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Description8 Bedroom Decorating Tips · Go subtle with the colors. · Make sure you can move. · Think about the visual weight of your furniture. · Layer your ...
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Title20 Bedroom Decorating Mistakes Interior Designers Notice
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DescriptionWe asked interior designers to share the top decorating mistakes they notice in bedroom designs everywhere. Learn their solutions for your space
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H1Interior Designers Always Notice These Bedroom Decorating Mistakes
H2Forgetting the Artwork
Choosing the Wrong Rug
Not Thinking About Mood Lighting
Skipping a Color Scheme
Forgetting Room for Storage
Overlooking Scale
Letting Clutter Build Up
Not Using Multiple Light Sources
Underutilizing Neutrals
Not Layering Bedding
Picking a Boring Headboard
Overdoing the Pillows
Neglecting Bedding
Not Keeping It Functional
Forgetting the Greenery
Not Mixing Old and New Décor
Combining Patterns Poorly
Going Overboard With Color
Creating Visual Imbalance
Not Deciding on a Style
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Skipping a Color Scheme
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Not Using Multiple Light Sources
Underutilizing Neutrals
Not Layering Bedding
Picking a Boring Headboard
Overdoing the Pillows
Neglecting Bedding
Not Keeping It Functional
Forgetting the Greenery
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Combining Patterns Poorly
Going Overboard With Color
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BodyInterior Designers Always Notice These Bedroom Decorating Mistakes By Gabrielle Savoie Gabrielle Savoie Gabrielle Savoie is the founder of décor site Savvy Home, a finalist for prestigious style and design awards. She is an expert in interior design and home décor and has been a writer and editor for various high-profile publications in the industry for almost 10 years. MyDomaine's Editorial Guidelines Updated on Apr 19, 2021 FACEBOOK PINTEREST EMAILSHARE GRACE KIM/MYDOMAINE We know it right away when walking into a great hotel room: Everything is perfectly proportioned, the bed is meticulously made, and the lighting casts a soft glow on attractive and functional furniture. The rug has the ideal softness under bare feet, and the artwork is eye-catching but not overpowering. Hoteliers craft their guest rooms so effortlessly, but what about how to decorate your bedroom at home? It may boil down to a few decorating mistakes designers always notice when walking into clients' bedrooms. From ignoring clutter to failing to address mood lighting, these small errors can have a huge impact on the overall look and feel of a room. We tapped some of the best interior designers in the industry to share the mistakes to avoid at all costs in bedroom designs. Below, read on to learn professional tips for redecorating your bedroom. 01 of 20 Forgetting the Artwork . Claire Esparros for Homepolish "Oftentimes the bedroom gets overlooked when it comes to artwork," Melissa Warner Rothblum and Julie Massucco Kleiner of Massucco Warner Miller told us. "Not being a public space, it's easy to get all the basics into a bedroom and then leave the walls bare." While people often reserve their best artwork for the living or dining room, Rothblum and Kleiner suggest putting the same attention on art in less prominent rooms: "You go to sleep and wake up in your bedroom almost every day—so why not see something wonderful on the walls?" 02 of 20 Choosing the Wrong Rug . Calimia Home While it may not seem as important as bed size, the size of your rug in relation to your décor and furniture has an effect on design. Don't be afraid to go big—choose a rug that's significantly larger than your bed. When you can step comfortably out of bed onto your rug on all sides, you've found the right size. 03 of 20 Not Thinking About Mood Lighting . Jack Hobhouse for Dyer Grimes Architects "We think it's so sad when a bedroom ceiling is left bare or has a ho-hum flush mount stuck up there," add the Massucco Warner Miller designers. "Have fun with lighting in the bedroom! There is no rule that says chandeliers are reserved for dining rooms." For interior designer Tim Campbell, there is more to a bedroom than just overhead lighting—reading lights are also essential: "Add indirect and task lighting that keeps the glare of light away from the eye," he says. When choosing a chandelier for your bedroom, try picking one that complements the other colors in your room (or paint the ceiling the same color as the fixture for a blended effect). 04 of 20 Skipping a Color Scheme . Cathie Hong Interiors When you've got your furniture sizes measured and there's plenty of walking space in your bedroom, it's time to focus on color. Choose a color scheme that works well together without clashing. Relaxing colors can be equally as comforting as neutral shades, so find a statement undertone that makes you feel calm—like this beautiful sage green bedding—and choose décor that complements it. 05 of 20 Forgetting Room for Storage . Joyelle West for Homepolish "When your nightstand does not have storage, things start to pile up and create an unnecessary mess," explain Wollack and Zwickl. "It's best to have nightstands with drawers that can hold books, chargers, and other necessities. We try to only use nightstands that have drawers with built-in chargers so there aren't a lot of exposed cords." 06 of 20 Overlooking Scale . Fantastic Frank Interior designer Trip Haenisch always notices furniture that is too large or small for the bedroom. "Properly scaled furniture is tricky," he says. "Everything looks the same size online. If you lay out the furniture with blue tape, it can help avoid a lot of mistakes." To do this, take the measurements of the piece you want to buy, and tape the width and length in a rectangle on the floor. You'll have a much better sense of the piece in the space. 07 of 20 Letting Clutter Build Up . Fantastic Frank "A bedroom is supposed to be relaxing and breathable," Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl of Studio Life.Style tell us. "We suggest eliminating unnecessary items and making sure the furniture is not too large for the room." Adequate storage can help minimize clutter. For the items you want to keep in sight, small trays and catchalls can help everything feel more organized. 08 of 20 Not Using Multiple Light Sources . Cathie Hong Interiors Since you're not always asleep in your bedroom, it's important to have various light sources. This allows you to set the mood based on what you need: For reading in bed at night, softer lighting can help you relax at the end of a long day. For getting dressed in the morning, on the other hand, it's helpful to have a bright overhead light source that puts your daily outfits in full view. 09 of 20 Underutilizing Neutrals . Justin Coit for MyDomaine Wollack and Zwickl are also careful not to use too many bright colors in a bedroom. "We like to use calm, natural colors to keep the space serene and timeless. To add a sheen texture that is not overpowering, we suggest a natural grass cloth." Warm, light neutrals work beautifully in the bedroom, and a variation in textures helps the space feel softer and more inviting. 10 of 20 Not Layering Bedding . Erin Williamson Design A tip to make your bedroom feel extra cozy (and dynamic) is to layer your bedding. Choose shades that contrast each other while sticking within a complementary range, and mix them throughout your bed. For added texture and visual interest, opt for different textures that bring individual moods to the space. 11 of 20 Picking a Boring Headboard . Massucco Warner Miller The designers at Massucco Warner Miller also suggest you pay attention to the headboard: "There's no reason for boxy beige headboards. Do an offbeat fabric on your headboard, or choose an unusual shape." The headboard covers such an important portion of the space and should be treated as such. "If an off-the-shelf headboard has uninspiring fabric options, have it recovered just like you would a chair—and don't hold back with color!" 12 of 20 Overdoing the Pillows . Tessa Neustadt One of Haenisch's pet peeves in the bedroom is a bed that gets swallowed up by pillows. "I prefer using four regular pillows—two on each side—and only one or two decorative pillows maximum." When it comes to decorative pillows, it's all about quality, not quantity. 13 of 20 Neglecting Bedding . Massucco Warner Miller Another mistake that Haenisch always notices? Neglected bedding: "If you think about it, we spend almost one-third of our lives in bed. Nice linens are worth the investment!" Pay special attention to the quality of your sheets—not only will it improve your décor, but you might sleep better as well.  14 of 20 Not Keeping It Functional . Erin Williamson Design For the utmost function, install window dressings that allow you to make your bedroom either completely dark or completely light. Here, a wall of curtains from floor to ceiling can shut out this bedroom from the sun when it's time to catch up on rest. When you're feeling fresh and awake in the morning, you're still able to open the curtains up to get started with your day. 15 of 20 Forgetting the Greenery . Home and Spirit Plants can do wonders for design in any room of the home. But they're especially helpful in the bedroom, as they help to clear the air in the room: By opting for air-cleaning plants, your personal oasis will always be filled with oxygen and rid of common household toxins. Even many of the easiest houseplants to care for are known for their air-cleaning abilities. 16 of 20 Not Mixing Old and New Décor . House 9 Changing up the décor in your bedroom can have an effect on its style. By blending pieces from various design eras—like this antique side table paired with modern touches—your room will feel more dynamic. Carefully-curated style not only brings a personal touch to your space, but it also makes your design appear visually interesting. 17 of 20 Combining Patterns Poorly . House 9 Patterns are fun to decorate with, and they can also make a great statement when paired well. Here, two different styles of stripes play off of each other at the foot of the bed, while minimalist circles in the throw pillows contrast them. The key to this room is using multiple patterns with small textures so that together, they're able to add blended details to the space. 18 of 20 Going Overboard With Color . Reena Sotropa If you have a favorite color, it doesn't have to overwhelm a sleek bedroom design. Here, a green accent wall contrasts the room's black-and-white décor. Rather than taking away from its bold patterns and soft textures, the green wall helps tie the space together to draw the eye around the room. 19 of 20 Creating Visual Imbalance . Amy Bartlam; Photo: Courtney Nye Artwork can be styled both as large wall décor and as a means to add symmetry to your space. By using three smaller pieces of the same size in this bedroom, the wall art above the bed visually balances the design. Paired with matching accents like the light wood side table, wood bed frame, and woven sun hat, the colors achieve an air of cohesiveness in the room. 20 of 20 Not Deciding on a Style . Reena Sotropa When you're going for a uniform look, choose small pieces of décor that all fit within a similar style or theme. For example, mix sleek white items together for a modern look, or make it feel cozy by blending similar shades of wood. Here, light wood shelving and décor complement the clay-hued accent wall to warm up the airy room. I'm a Feng Shui Expert—Here's How to Optimize Your Bedroom Related Stories. 9 Bedroom Decorating Mistakes Interior Designers Always Notice 24 Beautiful Art Deco Bedroom Ideas for Instant Glam 50 Gorgeous Bedroom Ideas to Help You Design the Space of Your Dreams 27 Dreamy Bedroom Decorating Ideas for Women of Any Age 39 Ways to Create the Large Bedroom of Your Dreams 20 Bedroom Lighting Ideas to Set a Soft, Relaxing Mood The Underrated Paint Color That Really Makes Any Room Pop 42 Gorgeous Primary Bedroom Decorating Ideas 7 Subtle Mistakes That Instantly Cheapen Your Bathroom 15 Pink Bedrooms That Are Totally Grown-Up This Modern Spanish Revival: A Dream Home 30 Relaxing Primary Bedroom Ideas That Will Make You Want to Redecorate ASAP 20 Best Small Bedroom Tips for a Spacious Boudoir 32 White Bedroom Ideas For a Cozy Escape 20 Designer-Approved Black Bedroom Ideas to Inspire Your Next Redesign I'm a Feng Shui Expert—Here's How to Optimize Your Bedroom
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Body100+ Bedroom Decorating Ideas to Suit Every Style Visualize your dream space with these beautiful decor ideas. By Country Living Staff Mar 31, 2020 DAVID TSAY, styling by Janna Lufkin Your bedrooms are arguably the most important rooms in your house. After all, the master bedroom is where you both start and end your day, while the guest bedroom is the place where you welcome those special overnight guests. That's why we've put together this inspiring bedroom design guide. Jam-packed with more than 100 (!) of our best and brightest bedroom decorating ideas, it'll help you visualize your dream space and provide the tips and simple ideas you’ll need to get that look. First up, figure out the style you’d like for your room: are you dreaming of a cozy bedroom ideas that beckon you to curl up with a good book, a cheerful, gingham-filled hideaway, a farmhouse rustic bedroom, or a white bedroom that removes you from the stresses of the day? With that in mind, let’s get started. Whether a spacious master suite or a small bedroom, the easiest and most affordable way to update your space is by painting the walls a fresh, new hue. (Check out our list of these best paint colors for bedrooms to get you started.) If you’re looking for something a little more involved, consider a bedroom wall decor treatment such as wallpaper, salvaged wood, built-in millwork, or a statement hanging installation.Now it’s time to dig into the fun stuff! Your bed and other pieces of bedroom furniture are important pieces to help set the mood and style of your bedroom. One of the best ways to ensure that your bedroom is unique and personal is to mix and match your bed, bedside tables, dresser, armoire, and other bedroom furniture rather than buying a matching suite. If you are up for a DIY challenge, consider even making your own DIY headboard and adding some floating nightstands for a bedroom that will be truly one-of-a-kind. Lastly, don’t forget to add a cute bedroom chair (best paired with a floor lamp and side table) or cozy window seat for reading. Lastly, to really give your bedroom personality, consider new bedroom curtains, a cozy rug, layers of sink-in bedding, and a few fun accessories and collections that will bring you a smile every morning. Keep reading for sweet dreams ahead. View Gallery 123 Photos Matt Albiani 1 of 123 Cozy Built-in Bed Nook In their New York cottage, Sea Roost, Mate Gallery owners Matt Albiani and Ron Brand transformed the small bedroom into a dreamy coastal retreat by building a cozy captain's bed that they then surrounded with vintage indigo textiles and topped with an indigo-inspired wallpaper.SHOP WALLPAPER DAVID TSAY, styling by Becki Griffin 2 of 123 Small Space Storage You would never guess that this bright and airy all white bedroom measures only 170 square feet! Painting the planked ceiling, shiplapped walls, and trim all the same crisp, clean white was key to achieving this deceivingly spacious look. Small Space Storage Tip: If you have a small bedroom or your closets are in short supply—as in nonexistent!—bring in a vintage clothing rack to add function with style. Also place a trunk or blanket chest at the end of the bed as a makeshift linen closet.SHOP CLOTHING RACK DAVID TSAY 3 of 123 Statement Headboard In her master bedroom, style blogger and author Liz Marie Galvan (@lizmariegalvan) chose a mantel-inspired headboard to add architectural interest against the plain white walls. A chunky cable-knit throw atop layers of subtle striped bedding provides softness.SHOP WHITE WOOD BED DAVID TSAY 4 of 123 Mixing Patterns For a bedroom that really pops, like this Texas guest room, start by painting your walls and trim a crisp white. Then bring in graphic patterns through a rug and upholstered headboard. Topping the bed with all white bedding helps the patterns pop even more. Tip: Choose pieces of similar colors to keep the look tailored and sophisticated. Annie Schlechter 5 of 123 Salvaged Headboard For a unique headboard, stylist Matthew Gleason turned a salvaged door on its side. To keep installation easy, attach the door directly to the wall and pair with a simple platform bed. BRIAN WOODCOCK 6 of 123 Built-in Bedside Bookcase If you have a small bedroom, consider swapping a floor space-sucking bedside table with a narrow recessed built-in bookcase. The space-saving nook provides not only storage space for your favorite books and bedside essentials, but also display space for an arrangement of accessories, vintage finds, and bedroom-perfect houseplants. DAVID TSAY, styling by Natalie Warady 7 of 123 Pops of Color Painting all the walls and trim a crisp white (try Simply White by Benjamin Moore) provides the perfect backdrop to showcase colorful painted furniture and graphic framed art. In this cheery California bedroom, an overscaled green painted four-poster bed takes center stage, while the vintage art provides even more eye-catching color.SHOP FOUR POSTER BED Kim Cornelison, styling by Jennifer Berno DeCleene 8 of 123 Painted Accent Wall In the attic bedroom of her Wisconsin home, designer and DIY columnist Jenni Yolo (@ispydiy) painted the ceiling and side walls a crisp white to make the small bedroom feel more spacious. She then chose to paint the oddly shaped end wall a calming blue (Dusty Laurel by Behr) to add some interest. DAVID TSAY 9 of 123 Natural Wood Accents Maria Carr of @dreamywhiteslifestyle knows a few things about decorating an all-white bedroom. In her airy California cottage, the master bedroom is awash in a variety of white hues, from white painted planked walls to a white slipcovered chair to layers of soft and pretty white bedding. To break up the sea of white, she replaced the original closet door with a natural wood salvaged door, chose black oak herringbone flooring, and added a rustic pine bench. For an easy and romantic bedroom curtain idea, Maria simply hung a vintage monogrammed textile. ANNIE SCHLECHTER 10 of 123 Embrace the Architecture Old houses come with all kinds of lovable nooks and crannies, so embrace—and enhance—the quirkiness of your space when decorating. In this small bedroom, homeowner Matthew Gleason emphasized the slope and height of the low ceiling with contrasting paints. The pretty blue ceiling (Fantasy Blue by Benjamin Moore) also brings the sky indoors. Small Space Bedroom Tricks: Follow Matthew's lead and forget the footboard, instead opting for a just a headboard. For extra bedside storage, try pulling up a vintage chair. Helen Norman, styling by Natalie Warady 11 of 123 Textured Neutrals In this Georgia bedroom, designer James Farmer embraced a soothing grasscloth for the walls, then brought in additional layers of texture with a woven headboard and an arrangement of rattan basket trays for the wall. Brian Woodcock 12 of 123 Bold Headboard The master bedroom in this Mississippi farmhouse features a charcoal headboard inspired by an old door, which brings out the blue in the hand-woven rug and serves as a perfect accent piece in an otherwise neutral room.SHOP BUFFALO PLAID PILLOWS Brian Woodcock 13 of 123 Nature-Inspired Neutrals The soft color scheme throughout this Alabama lake house brings an element of serenity to this room. The muted brown, green, blue, and tan hues were all inspired by the breathtaking scenery surrounding the home. SHOP WICKER BASKETS Jean Allsopp 14 of 123 Cozy Materials Designer Ashley wanted this room to express an "all in with a cocoon-like vibe." Long drapes, a tufted headboard, cozy bedding, and a variety of soft colors and patterns make the master bedroom of this Alabama cabin feel warm and lived-in. SHOP COZY THROWS Dominique Vorillon 15 of 123 Shiplap on a Slope The way that this California bedroom's white shiplap walls slope inward while maintaining a space above the bed adds dimension and extra coziness. The laser-cut lanterns casts soft shadows on the walls at night, adding to the effect.SHOP SHIPLAP Lincoln Barbour 16 of 123 Pile on the Heirlooms Made by this East Alabama homeowner's grandmother, the hand-stitched quilt provided design inspiration for the entire guest room, starting with the red-orange paint on the French doors. The Laredo iron bed, another historically accurate touch, tempers the sweetness of the graphic floral motif.SHOP COUNTRY QUILTS Max Kim-Bee 17 of 123 Floral Print Takeover The oak bed, purchased by the owner's parents in England in the '70s, is a handsome counterpoint to the room's frill factor, which is consistent with the tiny home's entire aesthetic. SHOP REMOVABLE WALLPAPER David Hillegas 18 of 123 Stylish Murphy Bed A good tiny bedroom strategy: Think like a boutique hotel. Far-flung friends—a.k.a. air mattress aficionados—will appreciate the fluffy towels, reading lights, and wait a minute, is that a pull-down bed? Get even more inspiration for making small spaces work harder. SHOP MARKET BASKETS Max Kim-Bee 19 of 123 Serene Symmetry The owners of this Maine cottage converted a storage unit already on the property into the ultimate he-and-she-shed. Now attached to the main house, the cozy quarters accommodate a queen-size bed and headboard flanked by custom floating bedside tables. Petite lamps and a homemade single-bulb pendant provide ample light without bulk, and a custom lumbar pillow made from Indian textiles helps the room feel a bit wider.SHOP FAUX WOODEN BEAMS David Hillegas 20 of 123 Cozy Treehouse Getaway The owners of this Nashville treehouse designed the space around this iron bed, which was originally in a guest room in the main house. Made of bark cloth, the pillow's material is aptly named for its environment. Victoria Pearson 21 of 123 White Shiplap "We just wanted a spot that was restful and calm," says the owner of this Washington farmhouse. Once they peeled the 1970s pink floral wallpaper off the walls, they uncovered drywall that was bowed, so a friend hit it with a hammer and discovered shiplap, which they painted white. They brought in a platform bed, antique blankets, and an old leather chair from Craigslist.SHOP SHIPLAP Max Kim-Bee 22 of 123 Views of Nature Yes, the guest room of this Maine home is small (just 10 feet wide!), but what it lacks in square footage it more than makes up for in views. It overlooks the scenic backyard filled with birch and spruce trees. The tiny table—just big enough to accommodate a bud vase, cell phone, or coffee cup—was a gift from the owner's aunt.SHOP SMALL NIGHTSTANDS Tim Street-Porter 23 of 123 Passion for Color Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard isn't afraid of color—and you shouldn't be either! A seafoam green four-poster bed pairs perfectly with a bright blue comforter and patterned wallpaper.SHOP REMOVABLE WALLPAPER David Hillegas 24 of 123 Dreamy Spring Bedroom Refresh a tired space with a lively mix of patterns and hues. A playful bedspread (Tatiana by Kathryn M. Ireland) provides an easy jumping off point to inspire other design elements, like a chippy vintage whitewashed bed that gives soul to the space and keeps feminine prints from feeling too prim. Bold textiles pop against neutral wood paneling, and unexpected accents like a vintage hat mold on the table make a space feel truly personal.SHOP FAUX FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS MICHAEL J. LEE 25 of 123 A Room With a View Inspired by a collection of vintage landscape paintings, designer Stephanie Sabbe created a boy's bedroom with the potential to grow with him. SHOP VINTAGE TRUNKS Roger Davies 26 of 123 Cherished Art Display Rather than edit down a large collection of artwork, this California homeowner created a gallery wall that stretches from the crown molding to the baseboards, making room for every cherished piece.SHOP RUSTIC CHANDELIERS Roger Davies 27 of 123 Updated Parlor Retreat The bedroom in this 105-year-old Victorian farmhouse was originally the house's parlor. The homeowner upholstered the white-painted bed in a graphic blue-and-white-check fabric to complement the whimsical sheets. Wallpaper with a wood grain pattern, a fresh way to achieve a similar effect as unpainted, wood-paneled walls, creates a warm backdrop for the crisp bed.SHOP REMOVABLE WALLPAPER 28 of 123 Blue and White Bedroom Patterned textiles add dimension to light, bright spaces, as seen in the master bedroom of this rural Connecticut farmhouse. Although the homeowner mixed multiple patterns—windowpane plaid, vertical and horizontal stripes—the effect is still subdued, thanks to the consistent palette.SHOP GINGHAM PILLOWS David Tsay 29 of 123 Golden Accents A 1950s brass Hollywood Regency headboard that the homeowner picked up at a local antiques store is the centerpiece of the master bedroom in this Arizona ranch home. Its metallic finish inspired the room's other golden accents, from the nightstand's campaign details to the 1960s tufted yellow bench.SHOP TRUNK NIGHTSTANDS Paul Costello 30 of 123 No-Fuss Neutrals The laid-back atmosphere of country superstar Ronnie Dunn's Tennessee barn home is maintained by keeping the palette neutral while focusing on organic textures (lots of linen and rope) and raw materials (metal, wood, and stone). An antique barn door track gets a second life as a picture rail above the tufted burlap headboard in the master bedroom. Next 20 Half Bathroom Ideas Advertisement - Continue Reading Below This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. 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DescriptionLooking for the best bedroom decor ideas? Use these beautiful modern bedroom ideas as inspiration for your own fabulous decorating scheme. From pared back sanctuaries to bright and cosy retreats, browse tons of stylish bedroom pictures on HouseBeautiful.com/uk
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Body40 beautiful bedrooms with great ideas to steal Check out these inspiring colour and pattern combinations, gorgeous furniture ideas and clever finishing touches. By Karen Stylianides, Chiara Desantis and Olivia Heath Jan 8, 2019 Take a look at these beautiful bedrooms with stylish colour and pattern combinations, gorgeous furniture ideas and clever finishing touches. If you're searching for inspiration, look no further! View Gallery 40 Photos Carolyn Barber 1 of 40 Modern Lines White is the perfect foil for a pairing of yellow and pink, allowing the colours to sing out. A steel-blue upholstered bed acts as a cool contrast. Soft plaster pink works to sooth any brash tones for a calming overall look.• Shop at Dunelm for a good range of bedspreads and throws.READ MORE: 9 stylish ways to introduce ochre into a neutral space Rachel Whiting 2 of 40 Simply Rustic Pared-back, natural and a limited, neutral colour palette is key to this rustic bedroom. A bespoke panelled headboard cleverly opens out to enclose the bed or folds flat against the wall. Coastal-inspired artwork adds interest.• Etsy is home to a great selection of coastal artwork.HOUSE TOUR: This modern new-build cottage feels right at home in Suffolk House Beautiful/Mark Scott 3 of 40 Vibrant Pinks A striking mural will create visual impact in a bedroom. Abundant floral designs feel smart and contemporary when paired with luxurious velvet, gold and marble. Mirror the pattern on just one cushion, keeping surrounding bedlinen plain and light so the mural can take centre stage.• You can get the exact wallpaper, Indian Sunflower Graphite, at Designers GuildREAD MORE: 8 brilliant ways to achieve the luxe look at home Chris Snook 4 of 40 Bold Blues A stunning blue feature wall painted in Starlit Night 2 by Dulux contrasts nicely with oak bedside tables and similarly matching floor lamps. • Buy a tester from Dulux to make sure it's the right shade for youHOUSE TOUR: Barn conversion renovated into a colourful and modern family home Katie Lee 5 of 40 Mid-Century Chic A glamorous 1950s feel has been created in the bedroom of this new-build home. A mid-century-style dressing table is complemented by a showstopping, crushed velvet upholstered bedstead. HOUSE TOUR: This new-build home has character in abundance Carolyn Barber 6 of 40 Cosy Layers Contrasting patterns in muted tones create a restful bedroom, while wall-mounted lights keep the bedside clear.READ MORE: 8 modern oriental decorating ideas for your home Carolyn Barber 7 of 40 Fabric Fusion Mix and match bedlinen in simple block-printed patterns and vintage stripes. White painted walls and floorboards allow the bed to take centre stage.• Shop a selection of bedding essentials at Marks & Spencer Mark Scott 8 of 40 Watercolour Dream Recreate the romance of an artist's studio with ethereal colours and abstract patterns. Pared-back black furniture provides definition to the impressionistic cushions and pale ombre wall.• If you're in need of a new bed, do some research and look/test in store if possible. The likes of Dreams, Bensons for Beds, Feather & Black and Furniture Village are good places to start. Tom Meadows 9 of 40 Seaside Stripes If you love the nautical theme but want to give it a contemporary feel, team wide stripes with a crisp blue and white palette and modern furniture as in this renovated coastal home.HOUSE TOUR: Renovated coastal home Dan Duchars 10 of 40 A Natural Contrast Combine handcrafted woods and ceramics with shades of chalk and charcoal to create a cool, contemporary look. Soft velvets and fresh white bedlinen are set against a faded geometric headboard and whitewashed timber panelling for a calm retreat. Douglas Gibb 11 of 40 Drifting Away Unlike the other rooms in this dark and dramatic period property, the bedroom is defined by sky blue walls and a cloud-like pendant light, which adds a quirky touch. Artwork and a shapely mirror add interest to the big expanse of wall.HOUSE TOUR: Inside a dark and dramatic period property Carolyn Barber 12 of 40 Yarn Craft Embrace hygge-style, feel-good fabrics, soothing colours and natural materials in the bedroom. Make a striking headboard by papering large plywood panels with a cable-knit detail wallpaper mural.• You can shop tons of Scandi-themed bedroom interiors on HouzzREAD MORE: Scandi-style interiors: inspiration for your home David Brittain 13 of 40 Out Of The Blue Upholster your headboard in a dramatic print and layer up the bed with cushions made up in fresh, denim-coloured fabrics. Inject a juicy orange shade to bring your scheme to life. Rachel Whiting 14 of 40 Tropical Vibes White bedlinen, a pale turquoise throw and cushion, and a deep-pile rug lend softness and balances the effect of the dramatic wallpaper.• Rugs Direct do a huge selection of modern and traditional rugsREAD MORE: 7 ways to decorate with leafy prints and bold botanical patterns at home Douglas Gibb 15 of 40 Boxing Clever Make more of the shelf space in a built-in cupboard by using magazine files and box storage to organise paperwork and knick knacks. Choose from a matching collection to keep the look neat and stylish. The vintage finds stand out to best effect against a crisp, white backdrop. Jo Sheldrake 16 of 40 French Flair The woodwork in this classic country style home has been painted in a darker shade of sage than the walls. This traditional technique makes a decorative feature of the picture rail and skirting board. French-style furniture adds a sense of grandeur.HOUSE TOUR: Classic Country Style Mark Scott 17 of 40 Coastal Life A limited palette of blue, white and copper makes it easy to use bold patterns. Mix nautical stripes and rope motifs with seashore flora and fauna designs for a rich scheme inspired by the ocean. Fiona Walker Arnott 18 of 40 Grand Boudoir The bedroom in this Regency townhouse combines shades of brown, from latte to chocolate, with an impressive wooden bed to create a cosy yet imposing scheme. HOUSE TOUR: A Regency townhouse renovation that's a perfect mix of old and new Susan Burnell 19 of 40 Simply Monochrome Walls in charcoal and white plus simple bedding create a serene feel in this bedroom. Add warmth and cosiness with fairy lights and plush velvet or textured cushions. • If you want that touch of luxury, Amara do a great selection of velvet cushionsREAD MORE: Inside a renovated Scottish farmhouse influenced by Scandi design Carolyn Barber 20 of 40 Raspberry Touch Brighter shades such as raspberry work well with monochrome. Try matching a bold wallhanging to plain bedding for a pop of colour. READ MORE: 8 stylish ways to use pattern in your home David Brittain 21 of 40 Moroccan Bazaar Team pale neutrals with deep blue and metallic highlights against a backdrop of eye-catching geometric patterns on the wallpaper, bedding and rug. READ MORE: Small bedrooms - smart decorating tricks to create more space Dan Duchars 22 of 40 Back To Nature Gorgeous neutral linen and pale wood, teamed with a helping of grey blue, yellow and black give this scheme a calm, laid-back atmosphere. Woven seagrass flooring with rustic basketware and herringbone linens bring texture to the room.• You can never have too many storage baskets. For a pop of colour, try these from La Redoute Jeremy Phillips 23 of 40 Almost Open Plan This impressive renovated derelict barn has been transformed by a contemporary interior – not least in this innovative bedroom-cum-bathroom. A modern chandelier suspended above the freestanding bath helps to define the bathing zone. HOUSE TOUR: A derelict barn transformed into a stunning family home House Beautiful/Tim Young 24 of 40 Delicate Textiles Delicately patterned wallpaper and tactile cushions in printed cut velvets create warmth in this relaxed bedroom scheme. A gossamer-fine velvet bedcover in celadon brings softness and contrasts with the bold colours, while a carpet in a similar tone completes the sophisticated look.• Get the exact look with the Coastal Saxony carpet in Lagoon from Carpetright as part of the House Beautiful collectionREAD MORE: 8 photos that will make you want to decorate with velvet immediately Ingrid Rasmussen on behalf of Wayfair.co.uk 25 of 40 Guest Sanctuary Create the perfect mix of style and comfort with a striking mid-century modern meets bold bohemian aesthetic. The colour scheme balances warm wood and natural coloured tones with a few bold pops of inky blue, soft blush and gleaming gold. Mixed chunky layered textiles, such as tassel throw cushions and woven wall hangings, provide a cosy retreat.READ MORE: Inside Tom and Giovanna Fletcher's family home Joanna Henderson 26 of 40 True blue Transform a neutral bedstead with a floral duvet and pillowcases. Finish with a wool throw in a paler sky hue for an elegant look. To make your room feel larger and brighter, paint the walls in a chalky off-white or pale shade of blue. For a more dramatic statement try a darker backdrop, which will look gorgeous with bright white and inky blue linens.• Shop a range of wool throws at the National Trust Katie Lee 27 of 40 Clean and Simple Valspar's Quiet Interlude creates a feature wall and a light from Dunelm adds glamour to this otherwise minimalist bedroom. Framed artwork arranged as a gallery wall and photographic-print cushions add interest. READ MORE: One couple's journey to DIY and decorating their rent-to-buy home Mark Scott 28 of 40 Big Idea An oversized inkblot mural creates a dreamy atmosphere in a modern bedroom. Layer the bed with natural bed linen in soft neutrals.READ MORE: 6 stylish inky blue interiors Mark Scott 29 of 40 Pretty Pastels An oversized upholstered headboard creates a striking focal point set against a background of toning neutral colours, simple patterns and subtle textures. Display a piece of abstract design wallpaper in a black or white frame to make your own wall art.• Continue the pattern with geometric cushions available from Next Tim Young 30 of 40 Earth's Riches Create a scheme inspired by the colours and textures of nature's treasures. Bring together the precious elements for a modern bedroom that's rich with natural pattern, texture and colour. Faux fur and silk soften the look of bright metal pieces.READ MORE: Metallics: How to decorate with burnished gold Next 6 bedroom designs inspired by technology brands Advertisement - Continue Reading Below This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. 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TitleHow to decorate your bedroom: A handy checklist | Original Bed Co
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DescriptionIt’s always a challenge decorating your bedroom so we’ve made a simple guide on the things you have to bear in mind during the process
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H1How to decorate your bedroom: A handy checklist
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BodyHow to decorate your bedroom: A handy checklist Nov 18, 2019 · Updated: Jul 16, 2020 · 12 min read Tags: decoration Redecorating your bedroom is always a daunting task. To help you organise your bedroom decoration project we’ve made a checklist covering every aspect of the room. We’ve also taken the help of design experts to to give some tips to help you with your redecoration. From bed to plants, here is everything you need to know to create the perfect space for your sleep. Based on the below interior designers’ tips we have created this visual to show you what, if following expert’s tips, a bedroom can look like. Your bedroom is your story. We’ve always thought that the design of one’s bedroom should be the truest reflection of their personality. Your bedroom should be the story of your life, reflect how you feel and express your personality if you are to end with a design that you truly enjoy spending time in. You shouldn’t be worried about trends but find things you truly enjoy. Whether it be bright colours, pastels, whites and greys, patterns or any other theme you fancy. Get inspiration and try ideas that you enjoy and play with them. Remember your bedroom will keep evolving as you explore what works for you. It’s almost more important to enjoy the process and keep your bedroom evolving with you, than the end product of your redecoration. Live in it, interact with it, love it! To tell your story, you should pick unique pieces to bring the space to life and make it yours. Pieces that either have a story of their own or they tell a part of your story makes an authentic interior that is completely unique to you. Colour. Colour affects your mood. Think about how you want to feel rather than colour trends when picking your palette. People shy away from darker tones for fear they will make a room look small, but they also make space feel intimate and sophisticated both desirable bedroom qualities. Or if you’d rather have a space that’s loftier and bright then call for lighter colours with colour pops in accessories bring a fun element. Colour doesn’t have to stop at paint so white walls don’t always mean a white room. Linens, rugs, art and other decorations are very important tools for layering colour just like an oil painting. Light also affects how we perceive colour. A south-facing room usually has a warm light making colours appear yellower whereas a north-facing room has a cooler blue hue. But remember it’s never ‘just grey’. Using warmer tones for something north facing will balance out the blue and stop it becoming icy cold. Bed and Mattress. Consider your bed as the focal point of your room. It’s the largest and most important item. Look at giving it pride of place positioning it along the largest solid wall and diagonally across from the door. This way the bed is in a commanding position with a view of the door whilst it’s not wholly visible from the outside looking in. An external wall or window can be prone to draughts and chills which you may want to avoid. And if you have paid a premium for that beautiful view you don’t want to be turning your back on it by putting your bed against it. It may sound obvious but if you are sharing make sure you can get in from both sides of the bed. If it’s all yours then feel free to push it into a corner and create a cosy nook. To compliment the style of your bed it’s important to choose a correct mattress. It goes without saying you want a good mattress but it’s also important to have a mattress which suits you. Mattresses aren’t one size fits all! The best way to find one for you is to try a number out and don’t hesitate to read reviews and use sleep trials to your advantage. We have a 100 day sleep trial on all our mattresses. We have a range of beds and mattresses to suit every style and if you don’t find one you like we can also customise our products for your perfect bed and mattress combination. Underbed storage. With a shortage of space, underbed storage is a must. There are many options to choose from when it comes to selecting well proportioned storage, some of which are open completely from one side and will look seamless from the outside. Freestanding beds are no exception when it comes to storage, well proportioned baskets, trunks or crates can be sourced that will slide neatly underneath to be hidden from view. Bed skirts or valances can help hide the mess under your bed. Walls. There are a fair few decisions to make for your walls. Wallpaper or paint? Feature wall or not? Which colours to use? Designs? Wallpaper is quick and an easy way to add complex pattern and colour. The downsides being that they are far more expensive than paint. Paint is usually the cheaper option overall and the range of colours available is immense. Sam Withers and Amy Brown, the Lead Interior Creatives from Love, focused on everything from flooring to lights. Curtains and blinds. Curtains will instantaneously add to a feeling of cosiness in the bedroom. In order to create the illusion that your windows are wider than they actually are, you should consider extending the curtain rod past each side of the glass and above the top of the frame. If you have the space, make sure the curtains clear the window to let in as much light as possible. You can get double (or even triple) curtain rods that allow you to play with lighting levels depending on the time of year and how you are feeling. Mix a thin curtain with a black-out alternative so you can let the summer sun stream in the windows but shut out those cold winter nights. While curtains add character and style to a room, they are expensive and cumbersome to maintain. Blinds are a good cheaper and easier alternative. Blinds should always be well fitted, and there are some really good blackout options out there to help you get a good night’s sleep. Lighting. It works well to have multiple lights, think about the power of three, two bedside (lamp pendant or otherwise) and a floor.  Keep things visually interesting and team up your floor lamps and bedside lights where one light should be functional when the other is ambient. If you’re planning on reading before you drift off, then your bedside lights will need to be directional task lighting leaving your floor standing lamp to provide an ambient glow. On the other hand, your reading nook floor lamp can be partnered with ambient bedside lamps. Your bedside light should be at eye level when sitting so that the bottom of the shade stops the bulb being exposed and blinding at night.  Flooring. Beautiful flooring has the power to instantly transform any bedroom, there is nothing more comforting than hopping out of bed in the morning and sinking your feet into a cozy carpet. If you’re looking for a carpet that will not compromise on comfort whilst also boasting great environmental credentials, Sisal and Jual are a great alternative for those looking for something more design-focused yet, will still offer the same luxurious feel as a regular carpet. Carpets are harder to keep clean, especially with young children and pets. In such instances, timber flooring are ideal and will add an unrivalled warmth to a space, with the added bonus of easy maintenance and upkeep. If you are lucky enough to be laying a new floor and looking for an alternative to traditional herringbone, a chevron pattern is a great option and the perfect way to make a bold statement. Rugs. Feature rugs also look great on timber flooring and are perfect for placing under any open bed, this will offer the same comforting effect of a carpet. You can use a rug to anchor the bed and tie in the rest of the room decor. If you can get around your bed from both sides look at a rug that surrounds the lower two thirds and runs underneath. This way you will have a softer and warmer spot for your feet on a morning as well as creating the illusion of space. Alternatively, use a smaller rug to the side or foot of the bed to even everything out if your bed is off centred. Wardrobes and dressing tables. Think about creating balance when arranging your room. This doesn’t mean that everything has to run off a central axis with your bed in the middle but positioning all your substantially sized furniture along one wall will really make things feel out of whack. Your dressing table can sit adjacent to or under a window to ensure you have all the natural light you need for getting ready. So then think about offsetting this by putting your wardrobe on the opposite wall. When it comes to wardrobes, built-in storage is often seen as the most practical choice as it makes the most use of available space and the interiors can be customised to suit your style and shoe requirements! Bookshelves. Ensure you avoid too much clutter in your home. Create a designated area for you to display your favourite reads. This will add a touch of character to your bedroom, but if you have an alcove, a built-in option can utilise this space nicely. Mirrors. Frameless mirrors can be easily incorporated into storage, this can give the room the illusion of extra space whilst also effectively hiding the furniture behind it. Mirrors can be used similarly to art in regard to creating a focal wall feature, great installations can be created with the use of vintage or diverse mirrors. There are also many contemporary wall hanging options to choose from when it comes to placing a mirror above a feature fireplace or dresser. If the mirror is big enough, you can let it lean against a wall or place it on a ledge or surface to create a relaxed feel. Plants. Positioning plants is generally a compromise between their needs and yours. They need to be as happy in the room as you are. All plants require light just some more than others so if you really want that pot next to your window make sure you pick a leafy friend that likes to soak up the sun! If you have the space, don’t be afraid to go big and sit it on the floor or in a plant stand as this will give the room some height and disrupt the horizontal furniture line running around the room. If you would rather cluster plants together, along with any other props, odd numbers are more visually appealing. Art. If you are looking to bring your empty walls to life, the placing of an art feature above the bed head will create a central focal point. Surrounding the feature with accent pieces on the perimeter walls will instantly tie in the scheme to create a relaxing retreat. Using picture shelves and utilizing ledge spaces is also an effective way of displaying photos and artwork. Always remember to position your art at a comforting eye level between 145-150cm from the floor. Photos and Frames. Photos of friends, families and your travels makes your bed room feel more comforting. These can be scattered across the room on your bedside tables, dressing table and any other flat surfaces or you could hang them on your wall. For frames, hanging isn’t the only option, alternative solutions such as pinboards can be used to create an effective feature display. Candles. Candles are a way to instantly create an ambient effect to your bedroom and scented candles will provide a sense of calm and tranquillity. If you have a fireplace, floor-standing candles can be placed on a tiled hearth for a decorative effect. Similarly, if you have a hollow/empty fireplace you can fill the bare space with candles to create an edgy illusion of a fire when lit. Linen and Throws. According to Harriet Aiken from welovelinen.com, you can change the feel of your bedroom by changing your linen to match the season and your mood. It is also often our recommendation when buying expensive pieces like beds to buy a neutral colour and then add layers of colour using linen and art to tailor your room to your personality. Bed linen made from cotton has a cosy soft feel that will last and if you’re wishing you’d added a splash of pattern, add an on trend printed bed set. Floral patterns can be a light way to enhance a room, while bold coloured stripes can turn your bed into the room’s centrepiece. Chairs. Chairs aren’t commonplace in our bedrooms and the obvious reason not to put a chair in your bedroom is because of lack of space. But if you do have the space a chair with a small table can be a helpful addition to a bedroom. Chairs are helpful when getting dressed , putting on make up or as a place to read a book and drink a cup of tea. Checklist. We’ve put a list of everything we’ve thought of that you need to figure out when you redecorate your bedroom below. Bed / Mattress Walls Paint / Wallpaper Feature Wall Lighting Wall Lighting Floor Lamps Table Lamps Flooring Wood / Carpeted / Other Rugs Curtains / Blinds Storage Wardrobes Dressing Tables Bedside Tables Underbed Drawers Bookshelves Decoration Plants Mirrors Art Candles Photos / Frames Pillows / Comforter Linens Pillows Pillow Cases Duvet Duvet Cover Bed Sheets Valance / bed skirt Quilt / Throws Chairs / Loveseat / Ottoman We’ve designed this checklist as a printable image as well. You can either print it from the low resolution image below or sign up to our mailing list for a high resolution image. Related articles. How to make a mood board for your bedroom? How to decorate a small bedroom? How to get a good nights sleep in the summer heat or frigid cold? How often should I change my mattress? What is a bedstead or bed frame? Do metal beds squeak? Share this post.
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TitleSmall bedroom ideas – how to decorate and furnish a small bedroom
Urlhttps://www.idealhome.co.uk/bedroom/small-bedroom-ideas-194262
DescriptionSmall bedroom ideas can transform small box bedrooms and single bedrooms into stylish retreats. These spaces might be small but they are practical, too
Date20 Sept 2021
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H132 small bedroom ideas – the best ways to decorate and furnish small bedrooms
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H31. Rethink the layout
2. Utilise all awkward corners for storage
3. Build storage around the bed
4. Reflect on surface choices
5. Create an illusion of space with clever decorating
6. Double your headboard as storage
7. Store from floor to ceiling
8. Build storage into awkward alcove spaces
9. Double up your dressing table
10. Elevate storage off the floor
11. Use uplifting colour to open up the space
12. Wall mount the lighting
13. Step things up with vertical storage
14. Buy a wardrobe with a sliding door
15. Swap the bed for a sofa bed
16. Put storage in place at new heights
17. Hang a space-saving headboard
18. Pick a theme for your small space
19. Look to use symmetry in your small bedroom
20. Luxuriate in colour
21. Create a feature wall
22. Use multifunctional furniture
23. Paint a small bedroom white
24. Use the space behind the bed to store out of sight
25. Create a cool work zone
26. Duplicate a pattern
27. Put a peg rail in place
28. Make it minimal
29. Keep the colour scheme neutral
30. Think outside the box
31. Repeat a single motif
32. Look to furniture with form and function
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Body32 small bedroom ideas – the best ways to decorate and furnish small bedrooms Make more of a tiny bedroom with practical storage solutions and design ideas to Tamara Kelly September 20, 2021 4:34 pm Featured We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article. The right small bedroom ideas can turn a tiny cramped space into a must-see retreat, with practical storage solutions and enviable interior design schemes. Even the most humble of box rooms has the ability to serve as a comfortable small bedroom, and clever use of furniture can turn it into a multi-functional space too, incorporating useful study and storage areas. Careful planning and a dash of inspiration are all that’s needed to maximise a small bedroom’s potential. Take a look at these small bedroom and single bedroom ideas before you start decorating. Small bedroom ideas to style compact spaces. 1. Rethink the layout. Image credit: Future PLC/ David Giles A small bedroom will always benefit from rethinking the traditional layout. Position the furniture in a way that makes you feel less overwhelmed. Position the majority of furniture on just one wall, preferably the wall you see less of when in the space to stop it feeling overcrowded. Try to minimise the amount of furniture within a small bedroom, by being resourceful with clever multifunctional pieces – the sideboard that also acts as a dressing table for instance. 2. Utilise all awkward corners for storage. Image credit: Future PLC/ Rachael Smith When space is premium it calls for savvy storage solutions. In this small attic bedroom idea the owners have used the awkward recess space in a tight corner to go for bespoke built-in cupboards. Using an otherwise unusable space for concealed storage helps to prevent clutter from encroaching on an already limited space. Out of sight is best for a small bedroom, because any visible items will make the room feel overcrowded – therefore feeling even smaller. 3. Build storage around the bed. Image credit: Future PLC/ Dominic Blackmore Bespoke wardrobes are the most effective way to get the most out of your bedroom storage. Building wardrobes either side of the bed help to create a frame which holds the gaze on that one wall. This allows the remaining walls to be free of any obstructions which will take up valuable space. Use the other walls for artwork or mirrors instead. You could use the space further by creating storage above the bed too, just be mindful not to make the decor feel dated – or claustrophobic with too much going on. 4. Reflect on surface choices. Image credit: Future PLC/ Colin Poole Double the feel of a small bedroom by using reflective surfaces to create the optical illusion of continuing space. Who hasn’t walked into a bar and thought it was double the size, only to realise it was a clever use of mirrors which led you to believe so? Mirrored wardrobes, a reflect shiny wall covering and mirrored bedside tables are used in the compact bedroom to make the space feel bigger than it is. Maybe using all three feels too overwhelming, fear not – the same principles work by using only  a single one of the these elements. Think about where you can best instal reflective surfaces when designing your small bedroom layout. 5. Create an illusion of space with clever decorating. Image credit: Dulux Paint is a marvellous solution for so many decorating problems. Not only can a splash of colour instantly help to invigorate a space, making it feel more inviting, it can also be used in a way that helps to combat wider aesthetic issues, such as making small spaces feel bigger. Take for instance this small bedroom paint idea, where a combination of colours has helped to create a border, and therefore has created a new perspective for the walls. An optical illusion of sorts. The thoughtful combination of Dulux’s Denim drift on the bottom half, met by a slim dado-style border of Spiced Honey, topped by Tranquil Dawn helps to break the room – lengthening the walls. A great paint solution to tackle the perils of small spaces. 6. Double your headboard as storage. Image credit: Joanna Henderson If space is in short supply, ditch the usual style of headboard for one like this with a gap for storage and a surface area, where you can place things. This means you can do away with bulky bedside tables, as you’ll have a convenient spot to stash your bedtime reading. Go one better and install wall lamps too. 7. Store from floor to ceiling. Image credit: Future PLC/ David Giles Invest in a wardrobe as tall as you can physically get into the room, slimline is of course best to save taking up valuable floorspace. Then use the space above the wardrobe to seek extra storage room, for boxes and baskets to ensure every inch of space from floor to ceiling is best used. Keep the baskets and boxes orderly and tidy, to avoid it look chaotic. 8. Build storage into awkward alcove spaces. Image credit: Jody Stewart Whether your small bedroom has alcoves or awkward spaces caused by eaves make the most of them by creating smart storage solutions. The architectural nature of alcoves provides the perfect place to feature a run of open shelves, with bespoke cupboards below. The shelves of this savvy alcove idea are ideal for housing books and things you wish to have on display, while the cupboards are perfect for bigger storage needs, to conceal items such as extra bedding or boxes of life admin. 9. Double up your dressing table. Image credit: Future plc/ Tim Young Never before have we been so confined within the walls of our homes, looking for ways to use each space in alternative ways. while it’s not ideal to work or have your computer in the bedroom, but can your dressing table double up as a writing desk? Even if it’s just somewhere to peacefully gather your thoughts and write your to do list, it’s worth keeping the surface area clear rather than cluttering it with lotions and potions. 10. Elevate storage off the floor. Image credit: Future PLC Hanging a storage unit on the wall instead of having a bedside table that sits on the floor will instantly free up space and one with a drop down desk will give you somewhere to sit and do your make up or place your morning coffee. 11. Use uplifting colour to open up the space. Image credit: Future PLC/ Dominic Blackmore Using an uplifting colour, such as a sunshine yellow, can help to invigorate any small space, just be mindful of how you use the colour. Painting the bright colour up to mid room height will help to anchor the colour to the bottom half of the room. Finish the rest of the painting in a bright white or similar neutral to help keep the look airy and spacious. Allow the added splash of colour to determine a tonal palette for bedding, accessories and floor rugs to create a cohesive look. 12. Wall mount the lighting. Image credit: Future PLC/ David Giles Wall-mounted lighting in a small bedroom can help to free up some much needed surface space. Using the wall allows you to perfectly place the task lighting to enhance the layout. 13. Step things up with vertical storage. Image credit: Future PLC/ David Giles Ladder storage is a great way to achieve the benefit of wall shelving whilst having the flexibility to move it when you want to change things around. This one perfectly suits this tight space in the bedroom but it could just as easily work in the bathroom or a small sitting room. 14. Buy a wardrobe with a sliding door. Image credit: The Cotswold Company Barely have space to move in your bedroom, but have lots of clothes that need a home? Try a wardrobe with a sliding door. This piece features a full-height rail on one side, together with five drawers and a half-height wardrobe above with removable shelves. Buy now: Malvern mink wardrobe with sliding door, £1,250, The Cotswold Company 15. Swap the bed for a sofa bed. Image credit: Future PLC/ Carolyn Barber When square footage is at a premium, try incorporating a wall bed instead of a traditional sofa bed. It takes a standard mattress, offering greater comfort, and can fold away to look like a wardrobe or cabinet, freeing up valuable floor space for a desk and chair. Ensure that the surrounding furniture is lightweight so that it can easily be moved to accommodate a pull-down bed. If you have adequate ceiling height, look at bespoke options, such as a simple mezzanine incorporating a sleeping area on a raised platform with a wardrobe or shelving below. Related: Best sofa beds 2021 – the top sofas for sleepovers in your living room 16. Put storage in place at new heights. Image credit: Future PLC/ Simon Whitmore Like any small space, the key to a successful compact bedroom is to create adequate storage within a functional layout. Often in a small guest room, a couple of large, hard-working pieces of furniture will create a less cluttered look than several small pieces. When square footage is at a premium, try incorporating floating shelves, or (if your budget allows) bespoke fitting above the bed for a streamlined look that won’t compromise your space. 17. Hang a space-saving headboard. Image credit: Future PLC/ Dan Duchars You wouldn’t think a headboard would take up much space, but some designs can be deceptive. Where every inch of space counts look for alternative ways to add interest to a bedroom wall, without compromising on valuable space. A quirky wall-hung DIY headboard idea is a genius way to add a finishing touch to a bedstead, without having to encroach on the space. This smart idea also saves the costs of buying a new bed when tastes or trends change, simply create a new backdrop for the bed by way of a new wall hanging. 18. Pick a theme for your small space. Image credit: Future PLC Make a small bedroom appear larger by choosing a predominantly white look and peppering it with a specific decorative motif such as flowers and leaves. Combine neutral flooring with crisp white walls, delicate florals and minimal accessories for a chic, life-enhancing bedroom. This scheme is a masterclass in using complementary colours to make a space sing. Keep furniture pale and lightweight rather than dark and solid, going for a metal bedstead and cafe-style bedside table. 19. Look to use symmetry in your small bedroom. Image credit: Future PLC/ Jason Ingram A simple, perfectly balanced design scheme can be the saving grace of a small twin bedroom. Metal bedsteads are good space savers – but ring the changes with an unusual finish such as polished brass. Dress the beds in pure white linen and pastel-coloured wool blankets with a neutral/patterned duo of cushions to finish. Fit wall-mounted lamps to free up space on a shared bedside table. 20. Luxuriate in colour. Image credit: Future PLC/ Colin Poole Think you can’t add colour to a small bedroom? Think again! Tight spaces are a great for experimenting with colour, texture and design. Combine petrol blue and aqua tones for a near-combustible mix; choose sumptuous silks and rich velvets for tactile bedspreads, cushions and curtains. But amidst these deep, rich shades, hold back a little white for ceilings and window frames. 21. Create a feature wall. Image credit: Future PLC/ Malcolm Menzies Be bold with a striking wallpaper and eye-catching artwork and turn a single wall into the main focus of a small bedroom. Opt for a restricted colour palette with crisp white bed linen and furniture made from reclaimed wood. Stick to mostly white bed linen so the look isn’t overly busy and introduce a splash of colour to liven up the scheme a notch. 22. Use multifunctional furniture. Image credit: Future PLC/ Dan Duchars When space is at a premium, multifunctional furniture comes into its own. Look for pieces that can double up, such as a storage ottoman that can be used at the foot of the bed as a seat while acting also acting as the ideal place for extra blankets and layers to pull out at a moments notice. Keeping the extra bedding out of sight helps to create a clutter-free space, which contributes to making the space feel bigger. 23. Paint a small bedroom white. Image credit: Future PLC/ Jason Ingram Decorate walls and ceilings in the best white paint to visually open up a small space and free you to use colour and pattern in a controlled way elsewhere. Then go to town with cottage garden florals – against the plain background they won’t overpower a small bedroom. Let colourful fabrics take centre stage with a bold, red patterned bedspread and cushions that contrast with the rest of the room. 24. Use the space behind the bed to store out of sight. Image credit: Future PLC/ Simon Whitmore Make storage less visible by incorporating it into an unassuming area, such as the space behind the bed. Cleverly disguised units, most likely found at IKEA, will create a form of interest at the head of the bed in place of a headboard but will double up as hidden storage. This hidden storage is the perfect place to keep extra blankets, hot water bottles and other bedtime essentials. It could also be an ideal storage solution for freshly laundered bedding, to ensure it’s close to hand come sheet changing day. 25. Create a cool work zone. Image credit: Future PLC In a kid’s room, take over part of the wardrobe space to create a cool work zone. Installing a wall lamp and hanging a pin board where you can fix pots for pens and other knick knacks will keep the desk space free for focusing on the important stuff. 26. Duplicate a pattern. Image credit: Future PLC/ Simon Whitmore Don’t be afraid to use pattern in a small bedroom. Pick one design, such as polka dots, and assign it to walls and soft furnishings for a smart, tightly controlled decorating scheme. Where space is at premium, choose your furniture with storage potential in mind: bedside cabinets over tables; an end-of-bed blanket box over a sofa. 27. Put a peg rail in place. Image credit: Future PLC/ Simon Whitmore Peg rails are not just for traditional Shaker kitchens. Use a simple peg rail in a bedroom to elevate any additional storage needs in a small bedroom space. Hang pictures, mirrors or even items of clothing to keep items off the floor. The versatile pegs allow for flexible storage, which will ensure every inch of space is useable. 28. Make it minimal. Image credit: Future PLC/ David Giles Symmetry is your friend when you need to strip back to essentials in a small room. Double up on bedside cabinets and lighting for an uncomplicated, easy-on-the-eye scheme. Use hits of duplicated colour to create visual balance and add definition and energy. Pick a pale colour palette as a fail-safe space enhancer. Here, soft neutrals add just the right amount of warmth, while the minimal wall decorations draw the eye to the bed and keep it there. 29. Keep the colour scheme neutral. Image credit: Future PLC Create a restful feel in a guest bedroom with chalky cream walls, a pale upholstered headboard and a luxurious off-white satin throw. Stick to neutrals for as much of the room as you dare so that items don’t compete with each other for attention and the space appears less cluttered. But do feel free to add in the odd warmer tones to prevent the scheme from feeling cold and clinical. 30. Think outside the box. Image credit: Future PLC/ Dominic Blackmore If you love bold prints or texture, don’t shy away from your favourite pattern in a small bedroom. Whether it’s on walls or soft furnishings, make a feature out of a strong design: papering one wall with flocked or floral wallpaper will stop the pattern from taking over the small room, but will still achieve the desired finish. 31. Repeat a single motif. Image credit: Future PLC/ Colin Poole Keep the decorative elements of a small room pared back by choosing a single motif – such as the heart – and running with it. Use it in two or three forms, such as artwork, accessories and soft furnishings, and in varying scales and the cohesive, contained scheme that results will free your space of clutter and confusion. Restrict colour to accessories and the room will be easy to update whenever you feel like it. 32. Look to furniture with form and function. Image credit: Future PLC/ Dominic Blackmore Most homes suffer from bottlenecks so think laterally too about how to free up space. Can a small bedroom have wardrobes in the hall outside, with dressing room appeal? Challenge your preconceptions, but do make sure any solution is practical. Another option is to go for a statement bed and little else, as we’ve done here. If you follow this route, use a bed that offers plenty of in-built hidden storage, or space underneath to store boxes and vacuum bags. Need more storage tips and tricks? READ: Bedroom storage ideas to bring tranquillity to your sleep space Which colour is best for a small bedroom? Generally speaking white and neutral are thought best for decorating small spaces, especially small bedrooms because the colours are calming and tranquil. Having said that there are ways in which you can incorporate colour into a small bedroom space without overwhelming the space. Clever paint techniques mean you can introduce colour in a way that opens up the space, to great a sense of generosity within the space – and for this any colour goes. The key is to be mindful of the layout, for instance does the bedroom. have plenty of natural light? Read here for more bedroom colour scheme ideas. How do I arrange my small bedroom? Try to minimise clutter to instantly make the room feel more spacious. A clutter-free bedroom is also key to getting a good night’s sleep too. Keep furniture to a minimum in a small bedroom. Because there’s no escaping bigger bulky pieces of essential furniture, such as beds and wardrobes. Where you can opt for elevated designs, those on legs rather than flush to the ground in order to free up floor space. Video Of The Week. Let’s not forget the storage potential for under beds, to keep items out of sight – just be sure it is stored out of sight at all times. The aim is to keep as much off the floor to create a sense of space, look up at the ceiling to remind yourself of the floorspace within the room. And of course make sure the space is comforting, whether large or small this is always the most important factor when arranging a bedroom layout. Will you be using any of these small bedroom ideas to decorate your compact space? This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. Show More Related from Ideal Home. Small kitchen ideas – 35 ways to make the most of a compact space. Small living room ideas – 45 top tips and clever design tricks. Small kitchen hacks from Ikea. All the latest from Ideal Home. 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TitleDecorating your bedroom? Our ultimate tips - IKEA
Urlhttps://www.ikea.com/nl/en/ideas/bedroom-tips-pub033a7161
DescriptionThe best ideas for your bedroom? We have it for you. Decorating a bedroom with these tips is a piece of cake! From a comfortable mattress to decoration
Date
Organic Position14
H1Decorating your bedroom? Our ultimate tips
H2Organising your bedroom: the start
Tips for a small bedroom
Decorating a large bedroom
Decorating a bedroom with inconvenient corners
Tidy bedroom = a fine bedroom
Important: a good bed & pillow
Useful facts about the pillow
Choosing a bedroom wardrobe
Relaxing colours for your bedroom
Sleeping room lamps: from dimmer to ambient light
The right bedroom curtains
Personalise your bedroom decoration
More inspiration
You might also like
COOL & CONVENIENT: ARTIFICIAL PLANTS
BASIC TIPS FOR YOUR INTERIOR: LARGE LIVING ROOMS
SCANDINAVIAN INTERIOR: GO FOR A MINIMALIST LOOK
H3Small bedroom? Choose a bunk bed, a bed on legs or one with drawers, which is also useful for extra storage space
Super handy: a stackable bed. Ideal also for a shared teen room or guest room!
Did you know that it's easier to fall asleep in a bedroom that's clutter-free and tidy?
A test sleep on a mattress is a must. So you can be sure that you are lying properly ..
With curtains you can hide an open wardrobe away. This creates a lot of peace and quiet in your bedroom. Nice!
Handy: IKEA Smart Lightning, with the push of a button all the light is dimmed ..
Hang up curtains that are so long that they reach from the ceiling to the floor. This way your bedroom looks bigger
H2WithAnchorsOrganising your bedroom: the start
Tips for a small bedroom
Decorating a large bedroom
Decorating a bedroom with inconvenient corners
Tidy bedroom = a fine bedroom
Important: a good bed & pillow
Useful facts about the pillow
Choosing a bedroom wardrobe
Relaxing colours for your bedroom
Sleeping room lamps: from dimmer to ambient light
The right bedroom curtains
Personalise your bedroom decoration
More inspiration
You might also like
COOL & CONVENIENT: ARTIFICIAL PLANTS
BASIC TIPS FOR YOUR INTERIOR: LARGE LIVING ROOMS
SCANDINAVIAN INTERIOR: GO FOR A MINIMALIST LOOK
BodyDecorating your bedroom? Our ultimate tips Decorating your bedroom can be overwhelming. Where do you start? Since we don't want to give you sleepless nights, we made for you The Ultimate IKEA Bedroom File. With these smart bedroom ideas, beautiful dreams are guaranteed! DVALADuvet cover and 2 pillowcases€ 17.99 If you do it by the book, you'll spend about a third of your life in your bed. But how do you make sure that your bedroom is a place where you can spend as much time as possible? With our tips, decorating a bedroom is not rocket science. From choosing a comfortable mattress to the decoration, this is how you do it! Organising your bedroom: the start. Let's start with the basics: the layout of your sleep-inducing domain. How do you determine what you put in which place? Where do you create storage space? What colours are you going to use? Can the walls be painted? It's time to bring out the stylist in you! Make a floor plan of the room and draw on a separate sheet the furniture that should be in it. If you then cut out the furniture, you can slide a little and try it out - and that without heavy lifting, whoohoo! - and it's pretty easy to find the best setting. Of course, you can also make a digital floor plan, whatever you prefer. Are you still finding it difficult to decorate a bedroom with a floor plan? If you stick to the simple tips below, then you'll have it done in no time! Small bedroom? Choose a bunk bed, a bed on legs or one with drawers, which is also useful for extra storage space. SÖDERHAMNChaise longue€ 360.- Tips for a small bedroom. Do you have a small, narrow bedroom that barely fits a bed? Slide the bed as close to the wall as possible. Leave some space to walk along it. If possible, opt for a queen-size bed or a bed that is 140 centimetres wide. Hang a shelf on the wall to use as a bedside table. On the other side of the bed you can place a larger bedside table. Discover all our beds SKOGSKLÖVERRoller blind€ 19.99KULLABERGSwivel chair€ 49.99 NEIDENBed frame€ 54.99GULLTÖRELDuvet cover and pillowcase€ 12.99VÅRELDBedspread€ 29.99 Super handy: a stackable bed. Ideal also for a shared teen room or guest room! If there is little room for closets and storage, it's a good idea to choose a bed with drawers. Another option is a bed on legs where you can slide storage underneath. Don't have room for a bedroom closet? Then try to make use of one of the walls by using shelves. If that is not an option, you can put up a clothing rack. Don't overhang it and use the space under the bed for the rest of your wardrobe. Teach yourself not to put anything on the floor. This will give you a more spacious feeling. Does your small bedroom have a lot of height? Then a loft bed is also an idea. Under the bed you can make a desk or a spot to relax. GJÖRABed frame€ 349.-ÄNGSLILJADuvet cover and 2 pillowcases€ 24.99STOENSERug, low pile€ 139.- Decorating a large bedroom. If you have a medium-sized bedroom, put a nice big bed in it. If the room has no crazy corners, you can go for the classic layout: bed with headboard against the wall and two bedside tables around it. When decorating a bedroom, a rug is very important. Just look at this bedroom metamorphosis. With a large rug you create extra atmosphere. Choose a rug that is large enough to accommodate the bed and bedside tables. Use one of the other walls for your wardrobe. You'll create the most peace and quiet with ceiling-high closets in a shade that blends nicely with the colours in the rest of the bedroom. By choosing different handles, you can make the wardrobe more personal. If you have your clothes in another room, use the open space for a side table or dressing table. With a nice chair in the corner next to it, a very cozy setting is created. HEMNESBed frame with 4 storage boxes€ 489.-HEKTARWork lamp€ 59.95 Decorating a bedroom with inconvenient corners. If your bedroom is a bit longer and narrower, then there will often be some crazy corners. Luckily, there are ways to balance things nicely. Put your bed with the headboard against the longest wall. With a large rug and larger bedside tables you can create a cosy look. Have space left that creates an empty feeling? Turn it into a cosy spot with a chair, a table, a beautiful lamp, a plant and your favourite books. A sloping wall can also be a great challenge. Put your bed just underneath it. That way, you can get the most out of the space. Have you determined the general layout? Then get to work with the following tips for your dream bedroom! Did you know that it's easier to fall asleep in a bedroom that's clutter-free and tidy? GJÖRABed frame€ 349.- UTÅKERStackable bed€ 169.-/2 pack Tidy bedroom = a fine bedroom. In your bedroom, no matter how big or small, peace and quiet is indispensable. Sounds logical, but in practice it's hard to find in many rooms. And it's a lot easier to wake up rested if you don't immediately look at a pile of junk after waking up. When decorating a new bedroom, it's a good idea to sort out all of your things before you give them a place. Sort out your clothes. What do you really like to wear? What has holes in it? What can you sell? Be mercilessly strict. An outfit that you haven't worn in two years is likely to stay forever in your closet. Stuff that you really don't want to get rid of, but that you don't need in your bedroom either, can be stored in a watertight storage box in your closet. Look at it again in six months. Can anything be thrown out by now? Apart from tidying up your stuff, you can also create peace and quiet with the following things: You'll probably feel it coming: no cell phones in bed. We all know it, but it's really healthier to stop scrolling and screen-gazing well before bedtime; Try to eliminate loud noises and noise from outside as much as possible. If you live in a busy place, this can be a challenge. You can get more sleep by putting in earplugs; Prevent your bed from becoming your living room. Huh? Yup. Think of working and eating in bed, if you often do that, your brain will associate your bed with those activities and that's not exactly sleep-inducing; Avoid the 'chairdrobe'. The what? You know, a chair with half your wardrobe on it. Hang clothes to air after wearing or put them in the laundry basket right away; Check the temperature of your bedroom. Most people sleep well in a cool room. If necessary, open a window a little and turn off the heating before you go to bed in the evening. A test sleep on a mattress is a must. So you can be sure that you are lying properly ... Important: a good bed & pillow. The big advantage of lying well on your mattress is that you just want to go to bed. If you have back or neck pain every day when getting up, a new mattress can make a world of difference. It can also happen that you suddenly don't lie comfortably anymore. This happens, for example, when you gain or lose weight, after a birth or an injury. Don't ignore the sleepless nights. You deserve a good night's sleep. Do you choose a foam or sprung mattress? Foam moulds itself to your body and gives you the right support. If you often feel cold while sleeping, this is the best choice for you. The mattress keeps you nice and warm; If you go for a sprung mattress, your body will be supported by bonnell- or pocket springs. The good air circulation keeps your mattress nice and fresh and does the same for you! If you are often warm in bed, a sprung mattress is ideal for you. Look here for the right mattressSee all pillows ASARUMThree-seat sofa-bed€ 249.- When choosing a mattress, also take your partner into account. Do you have totally different needs? Then go for two single mattresses and put a topper on top of it. So you can sleep without a trench in the middle, but on a mattress that is perfectly suited to your body. You don't know if you are lying comfortably on a mattress until you have slept on it. Those five minutes in the shop are far too short. That's why you should always choose the ones that you can bring back if you're not sleeping on them properly in real life. IKEA mattresses can be tried out for 90 days. Not a match? Then you just exchange it. Sidenote: give yourself time to get used to your new mattress. It may be that the first few days on a new mattress you are not at all comfortable. This is because your body has to adapt. Take a look at how it feels after at least a week, for example. Useful facts about the pillow. Sleeping well is a lot easier when you're lying comfortably. Also indispensable in bed? A good pillow. This way you can determine which type of pillow is suitable for you. Do you sleep on your stomach? Then you have your neck in a neutral position without too much pressure. Choose a soft pillow. Back sleeper? Provide a medium pillow. This will prevent your head from being pushed forward too much. If you notice that you often have a stiff neck in the morning, a pillow that is too thick could be the reason for this. Try a thinner one. Do you like to lay on your side? Then you have the largest gap between your ears and shoulders while sleeping. Supporting your neck in this position requires a lot of a pillow. So, lie down on a hard pillow, as it fills the space best. With curtains you can hide an open wardrobe away. This creates a lot of peace and quiet in your bedroom. Nice! TURBOClothes rack, in/outdoor€ 29.99KALLAXShelving unit with 4 inserts€ 139.95KARMSUNDStanding mirror€ 59.95 Choosing a bedroom wardrobe. Another major purchase for your bedroom is your wardrobe. What do you have to watch out for? Selection moment 1: an open or a closed wardrobe? The advantage of open is that these wardrobes are less noticeable. At the same time, all clothes out in the open can create a messy look. You don't want an open wardrobe? Then use curtains to close it; Selection moment 2: hinged doors or sliding doors? There is little difference in terms of look, but if you want to save space, sliding doors are perfect! Selection moment 3: a mirror in or on the wardrobe (door) or next to the wardrobe? Check the place where the closet will be placed in your bedroom. It's nice when some daylight falls on the mirror; Selection moment 4: the lighting ... Very useful if you want to find your clothes in the early morning. Check if there is enough space to place a light on top of your closet; Selection moment 5: the colour of your wardrobe. Always go for a colour that suits your bedroom. If the wardrobe is placed in front of a white wall, then white is always a good option. Nice and serene. Relaxing colours for your bedroom. A calm atmosphere in your bedroom has a lot to do with the use of colour. Brighter, primary colours are often very energetic. And that affects your mood. You'll be more comfortable if you choose cooler colours anyway. Think of: neutral shades, blue, green and gray. Mix white with one or more pastel shades. Or paint a wall in a (soft) contrast colour and keep the rest quiet. It's also nice to add a little colour to the ceiling. Especially if you have a high ceiling, it doesn't hurt in terms of spaciousness. If your ceiling is a bit lower, choose white paint. Painting a wall in a dark shade is also an option. This gives the room character. By letting color come back in your accessories, you create balance. Do you want a deep, pronounced hue but still want to keep the peace? Then purple is your colour buddy. Handy: IKEA Smart Lightning, with the push of a button all the light is dimmed ... Sleeping room lamps: from dimmer to ambient light. Take the time to choose the right lighting for your bedroom. Choose for ambient lights and use a dimmer for any ceiling lights. IKEA has its own Smart Lightning. Very handy, you can control all the lights in the room with your phone. Great if you don't feel like getting up but can use some light in your life! Always make sure you have a lamp that you can use to illuminate the entire bedroom. It's so handy if you put together your outfit in the morning and don't want to mix up dark blue and black. Last but not least, your bedroom also needs functional lighting. Reading lights near your bed are a must. You can attach them to your headboard or put them on the bedside tables. So you're ready to start with that book that's been waiting for you for so long! See all lighting Hang up curtains that are so long that they reach from the ceiling to the floor. This way your bedroom looks bigger. The right bedroom curtains. It's not just the light in your bedroom that's important. The curtains also require your attention. Dimming curtains do not give daylight a chance. Ideal if you are sensitive to light. If you live in an older house, it can be nice to go for isolating curtains as well. That saves you from cold drafts coming through. By the way, did you know that your bedroom looks bigger when you hang your curtains high? Ideal for a small bedroom. In any case, long curtains down to the ground provide a spacious, luxurious look. Would you rather not have drapes? Then use a roller blind or shutters to block enough of the daylight that comes in to your bedroom. See all curtains MALMBed frame, high, w 2 storage boxes€ 269.- Personalise your bedroom decoration. Now that you've done the basics, it's time for the finishing touch. You can do this with personal accessories and fun details. For example, you can hang it above the headboard: Hang up a picture ledge and put your favourite books and/or photos on them; Place a few shelves against the wall and fill them with plants, books, magazines and a nice light; Make a statement with a special rug on the wall; Go for green and hang all kinds of plants on the wall. Hanging them at different heights creates a playful style; Do you love a modern style? Then go for a large graphic element on the wall; Roll up your sleeves and paint a large canvas; Do you have kids? Hang the wall full of their most beautiful works of art. See all accessoires More inspiration. See more inspiration You might also like. COOL & CONVENIENT: ARTIFICIAL PLANTS. BASIC TIPS FOR YOUR INTERIOR: LARGE LIVING ROOMS. SCANDINAVIAN INTERIOR: GO FOR A MINIMALIST LOOK. Back to top Share
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Title12 Small Bedroom Ideas to Make the Most of Your Space | Architectural Digest
Urlhttps://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/small-bedroom-ideas
DescriptionLooking for small bedroom ideas to maximize your space? Learn how to take your small bedroom to the next level with design, decor, and layout inspiration
Date17 Sept 2019
Organic Position15
H112 Small Bedroom Ideas to Make the Most of Your Space
H21. Keep the Layout Simple
2. Don’t Be Afraid to Go Dark…
3. But Bring In Plenty of Light
4. Choose Accents That Add Color
5. Ditch the Shrunken Nightstands
6. Create the Illusion of Space
7. Cut Out Clutter
8. It’s Possible to Go Big
9. Bring the Outdoors In
10. Give Your Bed a Second Job
11. Choose Mounted Lights Instead of Table Lamps and Floor Lamps
12. Go for Decor That Does Double Duty
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H2WithAnchors1. Keep the Layout Simple
2. Don’t Be Afraid to Go Dark…
3. But Bring In Plenty of Light
4. Choose Accents That Add Color
5. Ditch the Shrunken Nightstands
6. Create the Illusion of Space
7. Cut Out Clutter
8. It’s Possible to Go Big
9. Bring the Outdoors In
10. Give Your Bed a Second Job
11. Choose Mounted Lights Instead of Table Lamps and Floor Lamps
12. Go for Decor That Does Double Duty
Body12 Small Bedroom Ideas to Make the Most of Your SpaceYou can still pack plenty of style into that tiny roomBy Elizabeth StampSeptember 17, 2019FacebookTwitterEmailPhoto: Sarah Dorio for Max Humphrey Interior DesignTiny bedroom getting you down? We feel you. That's why we've rounded up the 12 best small-bedroom ideas that will maximize your space and bring new life to your room. It may seem like your options are confined to squeezing in a bed and—if you’re lucky—a nightstand, but there are ways to pack plenty of style into your limited space. Also, don't overlook the benefits. “I actually prefer smaller bedrooms to larger ones,” says Portland, Oregon, designer Max Humphrey, whose own bedroom is on the small side. “They’re cozier and you don’t have to waste money furnishing a room with a seating area no one will ever use.”Ready to embrace your small bedroom? Read on for tips on how to maximize your small bedroom with design, decor, and layout inspiration, complete with expert insights from Max.1. Keep the Layout Simple. Max centered the bed in this space, leaving room to walk on either side. Photo: Sarah Dorio for Max Humphrey Interior DesignThere isn’t a magic trick to the layout of the small bedroom. “There’s usually an obvious main wall to put the bed, and I don’t like to get too clever as far as placement—like floating the bed frame in the middle of the room or at an angle in the corner,” says Max. The designer also suggests placing the bed in the center of the main wall, rather than pushing one side up against the adjacent wall. “Having room to walk on either side is key not only for room flow but also to give you space to make your bed, if you’re into that sorta thing,” he says.2. Don’t Be Afraid to Go Dark…. Instagram content. This content can also be viewed on the site it originates from.You’re not limited to whites or neutral color palettes when it comes to the walls of a small bedroom. “I don’t buy into that whole ‘Never paint a small room a dark color’ design dogma,” says Max. “I say embrace the size and moodiness of a small room and even play into it. Painting a room a charcoal gray or navy blue or olive green can be chic and sexy.”3. But Bring In Plenty of Light. Catherine Kwong installed sconces above the nightstands in this San Francisco bedroom. Photo: John MerklWhether you go for a moody hue or stick to a crisp pale shade, adding plenty of light sources is key to keeping the room from feeling dark and claustrophobic. “Decorative overhead lighting like a pendant or chandelier (instead of ceiling cans), bedside table lamps, a floor lamp, and even reading sconces will add to the ambience,” he says. “Like Andy Warhol said, 'I believe in low lights and trick mirrors.'"4. Choose Accents That Add Color. Colorful artwork brightens up a bedroom designed by Max. Photo: Sarah Dorio for Max Humphrey Interior Design"I know people think it’s calming and minimalism is all the rage now, but I don’t think I could sleep in an all-white room," says Max. "I generally like cooler colors in a bedroom—blues and grays as opposed to warm tones. Black-and-white always worksm and can be a good foundation—like in a patterned area rug—to layer in some color. I think everyone would be a little happier if they had some pops of color in their bedrooms."5. Ditch the Shrunken Nightstands. Designer Alicia Murphy placed an Arne Jacobsen Egg chair in the corner of her Montauk bedroom. Photo: Morgan Ione YeagerA smaller space doesn’t mean smaller furniture. “One of my pet peeves is miniature bedside tables. Especially next to a larger bed frame and mattress—tiny nightstands can look so dorky,” says Max, who advises his clients to buy normal-size furnishings for small spaces. “It can actually make a small room look bigger and will be more useful and functional,” he adds.6. Create the Illusion of Space. Max added height with gingham curtains in this master bedroom. Photo: Christopher Dibble for Max Humphrey Interior DesignAnother one of our favorite small bedroom ideas is to create the illusion of space. "Hanging drapery as close to the ceiling as possible is a design trick that actually works,” Max says. “It’ll bring the eye up. While we’re at it, a good trick for picking curtains is to match the fabric to the wall color. It’s modern and can be nice in a smaller space, because your eye won’t be distracted by contrasting colors.”7. Cut Out Clutter. A Manhattan bedroom by Suchi Reddy of Reddymade Design is furnished with the essentials. Photo: Ball & AlbaneseAll the square footage in the world won’t make a difference if it’s crowded with stuff. “Another trick that won’t cost you any money is to keep your room clean,” he says. “You can still accessorize like you would a larger room, but keeping out the unnecessary clutter is a no-brainer.”8. It’s Possible to Go Big. Max used a canopy bed to play with scale in this small guest room. Photo: Dusty Lu for Max Humphrey Interior DesignMax advocates mixing it up when it comes to scale. “I also like to use the largest area rug that will fit,” he says. “A canopy bed can be a cool juxtaposition in a small room. It’s unexpected, and playing with scale (big bed, small room) can be a fun way to stick it to the design purists.”9. Bring the Outdoors In. In a Silicon Valley bedroom, interior designer Dan Fink added a touch of life to an otherwise quite neutral room with a potted ornamental cabbage. COPYRIGHT ©2015 THE CONDÉ NAST PUBLICATIONS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.Don’t forget to add some life to your space. “There’s no reason houseplants should be kept out of the bedroom—I’ve even used potted indoor trees in small rooms,” he says. “Having something vertical like a fig tree can bring the eye up. Plants can make a stuffy room feel fresh, too.”10. Give Your Bed a Second Job. Pinterest content. This content can also be viewed on the site it originates from.Between the hours of midnight and 7 a.m., your mattress is for sleeping. The rest of the time, arrange the pillows against the wall so it becomes a makeshift daybed for lounging and working on your laptop. If you happen to have some room, a small-scale coffee table makes this setup even more convincing.11. Choose Mounted Lights Instead of Table Lamps and Floor Lamps. The lamp in Matthew Stewart's bedroom used to belong to his grandparents, but it still looks good and works great too. Photo: Max BurkhalterJust say no to table lamps and floor lamps. We know, this is turning into a Marie Kondo expedition, but those light fixtures are only going to take up the tiny bit of floor space you do have. Instead, choose a space-saving sconce to hang on the wall above your bed, ideally one with a swinging arm that can be adjusted to direct light downward (for reading) or into the rest of the room (for dance parties, et cetera). If you're partial to pendant lights, one of those would work too.12. Go for Decor That Does Double Duty. See that mirror in the left corner of the photo? Along the bottom is a cute little shelf, just wide enough for keys, sunglasses, and your wallet. It's basically a teeny-tiny console table for your bedroom. Photo: Peter Pousard/Courtesy of Lundin FastighetsbyråMax also picks pieces that can do double duty, and makes room for essential pieces. “In my own (small) bedroom I don’t have room for a dresser, so I have large nightstands with drawers that hold my clothes,” he says. “And even if it’s a tight fit, I always want at least a small chair in the corner (dining-size can work in a pinch) or a bench at the end of the bed as a catchall for clothes, pillows, or whatever garments get flung around before bed.”Explorebedroombedroomssmall apartmentsmall spaceRead MoreBefore + AfterCan You Count How Many Beds This Small-Space Guest Bedroom Fits?L.A. design firm Studio Lifestyle transforms a raw space into an airy retreatBy Tisha LeungHomes + DecorThere’s More Storage Space in Your Bedroom Than You ThinkHere’s where to stash your stuffBy Emerald Lavender
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BodyHow to Decorate Your HomeBy Tim McKeoughHeader photography by Yasu + Junko; styled by Elizabeth PressShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare in an emailBookmark the pageMoving into a new home can be one of life’s great joys, but it can also be a time of uncertainty, especially when it comes to decorating. How do you make your space look its best while reflecting your personal sense of style? Do it well and you’ll end up with a comfortable, happy home. Do it poorly and you’ll end up with a hodge-podge of furniture, fabrics and paint colors that never congeal into a pleasing whole. With a little planning, and by following the same steps used by professional interior designers, you’ll have a much greater chance of success.  Interior Decoration: Laying the Groundwork. To reach the finish line, you first have to know where you’re going. Don't Start in the Furniture Store. Many have heard the advice to avoid grocery shopping when you’re hungry, because it leads to poor choices. The same holds true for furniture stores – don’t go shopping in a panic, just because you have an empty home. Yes, you need a sofa. But if you pick the pink-striped sectional just because you like it in the store, without taking measurements or thinking about the rest of the room, you’re stuck with it. The rest of the room will have to be built around that sofa, and if it’s too large for the space it will look forever awkward.  Start in the room you’re looking to furnish, armed with a measuring tape and a notepad. Know Your Measurements. Matching the scale of furniture to the scale of a room is critical. A deep sectional sofa can easily overpower a small room and svelte chairs can get lost in a wide-open loft. Before you start designing, measure the length and width of each room you intend to decorate, along with the ceiling height and elements that could get in the way – stairs, columns, radiators and other obstructions. It’s also a good idea to measure window openings, along with the wall space below, above and to the sides of each one, to get ready for window coverings.  “The first mistake most people make is that they buy things that are the wrong size – sofas that don't fit in the room, sofas that don't fit through doorways, tables that are too small, desks that are too big, nightstands that hang into the doorway,” said David Kleinberg, founder of the New York interior design firm David Kleinberg Design Associates. Carefully measuring your space can help avoid such problems.  Create a Floorplan. Once you have the measurements of your room, it’s time to put them to use with a floor plan that gives you a bird’s eye view of the entire home. “Every job should start with a floor plan,” said Alexa Hampton, the president of Mark Hampton, the New York interior design firm founded by her father. “You need to know the space.”  One option is to draw a floor plan the old-fashioned way, with paper, a pencil and a ruler. However, most professional designers use drafting software like AutoCAD. In between those two extremes are apps that aim to make it easy for homeowners to create simple floor plans (some even automate measurements with your smartphone’s camera, but double-check those numbers), including Magicplan, Floor Plan Creator and RoomScan Pro. Once you have the outline of the space, start experimenting with the placement of furniture, making sure that the footprint of each piece is scaled to match the size of the drawing. Decide How You Want to Live. This is the tricky part, and there are no right or wrong answers. Rooms can be traditional or modern, formal or relaxed, and visually warm or cool. “To the best of your ability, you have to try to discern how you would like to live in a given space,” said Ms. Hampton. “What will you be doing? How many people live there? Are there children? What are your ambitions for how you would like to live?”  The decoration of a home for someone who regularly hosts large dinner parties, for instance, should be different from a home for someone who eats out at restaurants every night. The person who plans to host lavish fundraisers should have a different living room than the person who dreams only of crashing in front of the TV. Copy the Pros. Look in design books and magazines, as well as at online resources like Houzz, Pinterest and Instagram to sharpen your personal style. “Figure out the style that you respond to most,” said Brad Ford, an interior designer in New York City, and develop a dossier of favorite images.  Once you have images you like, study the details, advised Mr. Kleinberg. “See where pattern is used versus where solids are used, and where color can be used successfully or not,” he said. It will also help inform everything from the type of furniture you might like to a potential strategy for window coverings.  Tape It Out. To take ideas on a floor plan one step farther, use painter’s tape in the real space to outline where furniture will be placed on floors and against walls.  “We use blue tape on the floor to box out different elements,” said Anne Maxwell Foster, an owner of the New York interior design firm Tilton Fenwick. “Where will the rug be? Does it need to be cut? How far is the coffee table coming out? Even though we have everything down to a sixteenth of an inch on a furniture plan, there's something helpful about visualizing it in the space, and being able to walk around.”Develop a Budget. There’s no getting around the math: If you splurge on an unexpectedly expensive chair, you’ll have less money available for the rest of the home. “You want to make sure you're being strategic about how you spend your money,” said Mr. Ford. “A budget gives you a roadmap for how to divide the costs of things between rooms.” You can still make an exception if you find a one-of-a-kind dining table, he noted, but in order to pay for it you have be thoughtful about where else you can cut back. Plan the Phases. Finishing drywall, refinishing hardwood floors and painting ceilings is all messy work. If at all possible, it’s better to have this type of work completed before moving any furniture or accessories into the space.  If it can’t be avoided, seal large furniture under plastic drop cloths and accessories in boxes with tape to protect them. Read More About Planning Your Decor. The Art of the Floor Plan: Capturing a Home, Line by Line. May 30, 2011From Floor Plans to Décor, a Focus on Design. May 5, 2011Design Books to Kick-Start Your Decorating Projects. March 6, 2018When Decorating Styles Clash. March 17, 2017Entryway Ideas. The foyer or entrance hall creates the first impression, so make it count. Make a Statement. Don’t hold back. “That room is the power moment when somebody walks into your home,” said Suysel dePedro Cunningham, an owner of the interior design firm Tilton Fenwick. “It can say so much about your personality and design taste.”  For that reason, a wall finish that might seem like too much for a living room or bedroom may be ideal in a foyer. “It’s a place where you can do a bold color, a lacquer or a wallpaper for a ‘Wow’ moment that you might be scared of in a large living room,” she said. An added benefit? Statement-making wall coverings and finishes tend to be expensive, but because foyers are usually small, these products can often be installed without breaking the bank. Design to Your Routine. With a few key furniture pieces and accessories, you can make your daily arrival and departure sequence a breeze. “Typically, it's not a huge space, so you're working with a limited number of pieces,” said Mr. Ford. If you’re the kind of person who likes to drop everything when you walk in the door, “a console with drawers is great, because it’s a nice place to hide your keys and mail,” Mr. Ford said. Or, in the absence of drawers, a bowl, tray or other sculptural container can serve as a catchall to help keep things organized.  A bench or a stool or two that slide under the console can provide a place to sit while lacing up shoes while taking up minimal floor space.  Another helpful element is a wall-mounted mirror, said Mr. Ford. “It gives you one last chance to check yourself before you walk out the door.” Plan for the Weather. As the first space people enter when coming from outside, the foyer has to deal with a lot – ice, snow, rainwater, mud and whatever else Mother Nature decides to deliver. To avoid having these things creep into the rest of the home, you need to deal with them at the front door.  The effort begins even before you cross the threshold. “I like to have a mat outside the door, so people can wipe off their feet before even stepping inside,” said Mr. Ford.  Inside, you can follow up with an indoor-outdoor rug. An umbrella stand not only keeps umbrellas handy, but also prevents wet ones from draining on the floor. Storage bins or baskets, which can be stowed under a console (if the space isn’t taken by stools), can contain soggy hats and mitts. If your foyer doesn’t have a closet, buy coat hooks or a rack. These are all functional pieces that can serve double-duty as decorative elements as well. Dining and Living Room Decor Ideas. The main living areas, whether they are separate rooms or combined in an open-concept space, set the stage for life with family and friends. Create the Palette. You can see colors, patterns and metal finishes online, but digital images are mere approximations of what the real things look like. Wherever possible, order color chips, fabric swatches and material samples to be sure finished products will meet your expectations. “You can order samples from most vendors, and it’s always best,” said Mr. Kleinberg. “Some colors blend together,” when viewed on a screen, he added, and it can be difficult to differentiate cool and warm tones.  Don’t just look at the samples in isolation. Pin them to a board or put them in a tray to see how well they work together. “All greens play nicely together,” said Mr. Kleinberg. “All blues fight.” Putting samples side by side is the way to see if different colors and patterns will live in harmony or tension.  Ms. Hampton sometimes goes one step farther. “When we’re working on a fabric scheme, we’ll put the fabric on the copier, reduce it, cut it into the right shape for the floor plan and paste it down,” she said, “so we can see how the various fabrics spread through the room.”Treat the Walls. Paint colors are notorious for appearing different hues in different light conditions (and seeming to change between the paint store to home). This effect is only amplified once you slather it on four walls. For that reason, it’s never a good idea to commit to a paint color when you first see the chip in a store. Look at the largest chip you can get in the room you plan to paint, at a minimum. Better yet, paint large sample patches on walls or on boards that can be moved around and view them at different times of day.  Note: As long as you test the color before painting the entire room, there’s no reason to be scared of bold, saturated colors.  Once you have a color selected, choose the sheen. Matte or flat paints offer a pleasant gauzy appearance that also hides wall imperfections, but can be difficult to maintain, clean and touch up. “I tend not to do matte walls, in general,” said Ms. Hampton, who prefers paint with an eggshell or satin finish that is just slightly glossier and easier to scrub.  Baseboards, moldings, doors and other trim can be painted the same color as the room to make them visually recede, or a contrasting color — usually an off-white in a room with colored walls — to make them more of a feature. Trim can also be painted with a different sheen than the walls. A semi-gloss sheen will bring more attention to moldings while adding durability.  You should also decide how you want to treat the ceiling. You can paint it white for a crisp feel, or the same color as the walls for a cocooning feel. It’s safe to use a matte or flat sheen because the ceiling is rarely touched by dirty fingers or smudge-creating objects. If the surface is perfectly smooth, it can also be painted with a glossy finish as a design feature that reflects light down into the living space. (If your ceilings aren’t smooth, don’t do it — the glossy sheen will only highlight imperfections.)  For something unexpected, consider looking beyond paint. Manufacturers offer a multitude of alternatives, including patterned wallpaper, grass cloth, upholstery fabrics, wood paneling and even stone and brick veneer. Choose the Furniture. Working from your floor plan and inspiration images, choose the specific pieces of furniture — the sofas, chairs and tables — that will make the space livable. Depending on the desired vibe, you can go in wildly different directions.  For a traditional room, focusing on a symmetrical layout often helps — for instance, installing a sofa and coffee table centered on a fireplace, with matching armchairs on either side. “A very symmetrical space can be beautiful and formal,” said Ms. Hampton. On the other hand, “if you choose a sectional sofa, it’s probably going to be a less formal space,” she said, with an asymmetrical layout.  Seat height is also important. Sofas and lounge chairs in the same room should have seats that are at similar heights to avoid some people sitting much higher than others. In general, lower seats offer a casual, laidback feel, and higher seats come off as more formal.  Whether the space is casual or formal, there is a rule of thumb to keep in mind: The number of dining chairs should roughly match the number of spaces for lounging. “That’s an old truth my father shared with me,” said Ms. Hampton. “If you’re planning to have 12 people at a dining room table, you should have 12 seats in the living room,” for entertaining before and after the meal. Related Guide. How to Buy a Couch. This guide from Wirecutter will walk you through everything you need to know to bring home a durable, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing piece of furniture.How Things Flow. No living room sofa or chair should be an island of its own. When people sit down, they almost always need a place to put a drink or book, as well as light to read by. Place a coffee table or end table within easy reach of each seat, along with a table or floor lamp.  No one wants to stub a toe on a chair leg, so you’ll also want to ensure there are clear walking paths through the living room, and that no furniture blocks part of a doorway or makes it necessary to squeeze by.  Will your living room have a TV? If so, plan for a wall mount or a media unit to hold it, as well as a path for cables that won’t be unsightly.  Do you plan to host buffet-style dinners? If so, a credenza or sideboard near the dining table will allow you to serve in one space rather than having guests traipse through the kitchen. Add Rugs. A living room with hardwood floors but no rug looks naked. For visual and literal comfort, add a rug.   There are three common strategies for doing so: A room-filling rug. Install a rug that covers almost the entire floor of the room, leaving a border or just a foot or two at the edges. This usually works best in smaller rooms.  Seating area rugs. Break a larger room down into multiple seating areas by using rugs to visually hold each group of furniture together. Or, in an open-concept space, use a rug to hold the living area together, while allowing the dining area to sit directly on the wood floor.  Layered rugs. Pile smaller rugs on top of a larger one to create extra visual interest while reinforcing the layout of the room.  Be generous when selecting sizes. A small rug under the coffee table that doesn’t reach the legs of sofas and chairs will look like a raft lost at sea. The rug should extend about halfway, or fully, under the furniture at its edges. Related Guide. The Best Affordable Area Rugs. Wirecutter researched hundreds of budget area rugs, interviewed experts, and tested rugs with panelists, then put their feet on our favorites at home to find the best. Finish With Art and Accessories. The last step to finishing any room is to add art and accessories, but there is no one-size-fits-all approach. In a minimalist space, it might be just a few objects; in a maximalist space, it could involve displaying entire collections and layers of objets d’art.  Go back to your original inspirational images and study the way those rooms are accessorized. Do they mix candles, boxes, bowls and books together, or is there just one vase on a table? Is there a single artwork above the sofa, or a freeform gallery wall?  Be sure to consider your functional needs. A tray on an ottoman can contain remote controls. Throw pillows provide extra back support for deep sofas and chairs. A magazine rack can keep reading materials out of the way. Attractive baskets are ideal for tidying up children’s toys in a hurry. Sign Up for the Real Estate Newsletter. Every week, get updates on residential real estate news, covering the five boroughs and beyond.Your email addressSign Up NowSee sample | Privacy Policy | Opt out or contact us anytimeBedroom Decor Ideas. Designed correctly, a bedroom can serve as your nightly sanctuary. Plan the Furniture. It’s called a bedroom for a reason: the bed is the key piece of furniture. As such, it should be given pride of place in the room, most likely with the headboard positioned against one wall and paths for walking on both sides.   “Don’t shove a bed in the corner,” if at all possible, said Nick Olsen, a New York City interior designer. “They’re impossible to make, and uncomfortable for two people to use.”  One exception: children’s bunk beds. Because they already have safety rails that usually only allow access from one side, there’s no reason not to have one in a corner.  If there’s space, install nightstands on both sides of an adult bed for convenience. They could be simple small tabletops, tables with a single drawer for storing essentials, or something larger. “Consider whether you need extra storage space,” said Mr. Olsen. “You can use two dressers for nightstands,” to provide space for folded clothing.  Do you like to watch TV in bed? If so, you’ll want a dresser, cabinet or console table near the foot of the bed that can hold the TV while providing additional storage (unless you plan to mount it on the wall or spring for a motorized stand).  Many designers also like to put a single chair in the corner of a bedroom, not only as a place to rest but also as a landing pad for tossed clothing and personal accessories when you’re in a hurry. Make It Soft. Because the goal is to create a space that feels calm and inviting, a bedroom is probably not the place to use bold colors or graphic wallpaper. “I would avoid anything that feels aggressive,” Mr. Olsen said. “Even though I like bold colors in my decorating, I like paler tones in the bedrooms: gentle blues, greens and yellows.”  Some designers even upholster bedrooms walls for a literal soft touch. Underfoot, Mr. Olsen advocates adding some kind of textile to warm up cold, hard floors – either wall-to-wall carpeting, a large rug that extends underneath the bed or smaller rugs on either side of the bed, and perhaps at the foot of the bed. Make the Bed. There are many different ways to make a bed, and the subject of whether or not you should use a top sheet has been the subject of fierce debate in recent years. Much comes down to personal preference and whether you desire a bedroom that feels casual or formal.  It’s possible to make a bed with nothing more than a fitted sheet over the mattress, a nice duvet and a couple of pillows. But for something a little more formal, you need more layers.  Mr. Olsen has a very specific way of making a bed, which he says was passed down to him from the designer Miles Redd, who learned it from the doyenne of decorating, Bunny Williams. “I do a fitted sheet, a top sheet, and some kind of blanket, which varies in weight based on the season – a cotton blanket for summer or a wool blanket for winter,” said Mr. Olsen. “Then, four standard-sized pillows, usually down, which I stack. Then a decorative pillow stacked against the standard ones. Then, I do a down duvet with a cover folded at the foot of the bed.” Mr. Olsen recommended keeping the sheets simple – perhaps hotel-style white linens with a subtle embroidery detail at the edge – and bringing in color and pattern with the top two pillow shams and decorative pillow. Wirecutter productThe Best Sheets. L.L.Bean 280-Thread-Count Pima Cotton Percale Sheet Set. If you like a cool, crisp feel to your sheets, these are comfortable, very breathable, and reasonably priced. More Wirecutter sheet picksRight Arrow IconRight Arrow IconWirecutter productThe Best Bed Pillows. Xtreme Comforts Shredded Memory Foam Pillow. Moldable and adjustable, with excellent support for back-, side-, and some stomach-sleepers, this is also one of the most affordable pillows we tested.More Wirecutter pillow picksRight Arrow IconRight Arrow IconWirecutter productThe Best Comforter. L.L.Bean Baffle-Box Stitch Down Comforter, Warm. Sleeping under this comforter was a delight: It felt lofty and warm, but breathable and includes L.L.Bean’s excellent satisfaction guarantee.More Wirecutter comforter picksRight Arrow IconRight Arrow IconControl the Light. The ability to control light – both natural and artificial – is important.  If you’re sensitive to sunlight when sleeping, you want to have the ability to eliminate it completely. The best way to do so is with a blackout roller shade or a Roman shade with a blackout lining. However, sunlight will still usually leak into the room at the edges of the shade. To block it, add curtains with a blackout lining.  At night, it’s helpful to have layers of lighting. An overhead light allows you to illuminate the whole room quickly, but may not do much to set the right mood.  A pair of lamps on bedside tables usually offers a more appealing glow. Many designers use table lamps as well as wall-mounted lamps, either hardwired or plugged into an outlet, on either side of the bed. The table lamps provide an ambient glow, and the wall-mounted lamps provide directional light for reading. “It’s nice to have both, but they shouldn’t compete for attention,” said Mr. Ford. “You want a super simple table lamp and a really decorative sconce, or vice versa.”  In terms of control, “Every light should be on a dimmer,” said Mr. Olsen – good advice for every room of the home.  Related Guide. How to Get a Better Night's Sleep. Sleep is essential to better health. So how do you become a more successful sleeper? Grab a pillow and find out.Kitchens and Bathrooms. Customizing these spaces can add personality without requiring a gut renovation. Evaluate Cabinets and Counters. Changing kitchen counters is no small undertaking, but switching from an inexpensive material, like laminate, to a luxurious one, like marble, granite or quartzite, can significantly change the overall appearance of a kitchen or bathroom. The kitchen backsplash is another area ripe with opportunity. Even if you leave the existing counters in place, you can add or replace an existing backsplash using a favorite tile made from ceramic, glass, metal or cement.  If kitchen cabinets and the bathroom vanity cabinet are simple and in good shape, it’s often possible to paint them a new color for a different look. If the cabinet doors have a design that looks dated, you can sometimes keep the existing cabinets carcasses, and replace the doors only.  In the case of a cheap bathroom vanity, it’s often economical to replace the whole thing. Many companies offer prefabricated vanities, complete with matching tops and sinks. Focus on Things You Touch. Simply replacing cabinet pulls with new hardware can significantly change the look of a kitchen or bathroom. The kitchen and bathroom faucets are also no place to skimp – you touch them every day, so choose models that not only look good, but also have handles that feel reassuring when you turn them, and heads that offer the functionality you desire.  In a bathroom, this line of thinking extends to accessories as well – quality towel bars, robe hooks and toilet roll holders can all give the room an upgraded appearance at minimal cost. Refresh With Textiles. There’s no point in having nice towel bars if they’re holding frayed or mismatched towels. Recycle your old ones and buy new towels and washcloths in a single solid color (you deserve it). For a decorative accent, add patterned hand towels.  If there’s a mildewed shower curtain around the tub, replace it with one made from a pleasing material like linen, or a glass panel.  If the bathroom or kitchen floor leaves something to be desired, but you don’t want to go to the trouble or expense of tearing it out, you can cover it with a large woven vinyl rug or mat from a company like Chilewich or Bolon. Wirecutter productThe Best Bath Towel. Frontgate Resort Cotton Bath Towel. This is the softest towel we tested—it feels like a plush towel from a luxury hotel and comes in a wider variety of sumptuous colors than any other we found.More Wirecutter towel picksRight Arrow IconRight Arrow IconDon't Forget the Powder Room. Because it’s so small and used infrequently, a powder room is the perfect place to let your inner decorator run wild with bold colors and wall coverings.   “If you entertain, it’s so much fun to make it an unexpected, cool element,” that will surprise guests, said Mr. Olsen, who has designed powder rooms with wild wallpaper and mirrored wall panels.  That sentiment was echoed by Ms. Maxwell Foster: “Find a wall treatment you love, and just go for it.”  Finally, remember that decorating should be fun. By starting out with a plan, and following the same steps used by the pros, you’ll make the experience significantly less stressful that going at it in a haphazard fashion. And, hopefully, you’ll end up with the ultimate prize: the home of your dreams. About the Author. Tim McKeough writes about architecture and design, including the On Location and Shopping Guide columns, for The New York Times. 
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Body85 Beautiful Bedroom Ideas from the World's Top Designers You'll undoubtedly have sweet dreams in these spaces. By Sarah DiMarco Jul 7, 2021 Brie Williams As one of the most personal spaces in a home, the bedroom should strike a balance between tranquil and chic. It’s the place you go to escape the rush of the day, recharge for the next, and dream about what’s to come. Because it's where you spend almost a third of your time, the bedroom should be one of the first areas to focus on when decorating and a direct reflection of your impeccable taste and style. The key to decorating your bedroom is to pick products and materials that spark joy and promote relaxation, like charming vintage finds, soft area rugs and linens, and romantic lighting. After all, the space needs to be comfy and livable over anything else. These designer spaces prove bedroom wallpaper ideas, fanciful furniture, and calming hues can transform any sleep space into a stylish yet soothing getaway within your home. From restful primary bedrooms by the sea to bedrooms found in colorful apartments in heart of the chicest city, these 85 beautiful bedroom ideas are sure to help you rest easy. View Gallery 85 Photos Mark Roskams 1 of 85 The All-American Bedroom “Fantasy with a bit of a surrealistic quality,” is how Anthony Baratta describes his interiors. Here in the primary bedroom of this New York City apartment, a Victorian recamier brings a lively, animated presence to the foot of the bed. The chandelier, a Russian antique from the client’s mother, feels “princessy,” not pompous, among the cerise stripes (wall upholstery linen, Bennison) and ethereal blues. The pineapple-finial bed is Baratta’s own design. Joshua McHugh 2 of 85 The Built-In Bedroom At this colonial home in Connecticut recently redesigned by Philip Gorrivan, built-in Gustavian-style millwork brings a sense of age to a newly added main bedroom. Candle chandelier, Visual Comfort Joshua McHugh 3 of 85 The Swedish-Inspired Bedroom A nod to the owners’ heritage, Swedish influences abound throughout this colonial home in Connecticut redesigned by Philip Gorrivan. In this guest bedroom, a 19th-century Gustavian bed pairs with a painted antique chest and 20th-century table lamp (both Swedish). Pillow fabric, Philip Gorrivan for Baker 4 of 85 The Neutral Bedroom In the primary bedroom of this Alabama home designed by Paul Bates and Melanie Pounds, luxe, textural fabrics in a range of rich neutral hues create a restful vibe. The bedroom was designed to open to the owners' flower garden by way of French doors. Large earthenware sculpture, Patina. Eric Piasecki 5 of 85 The Seaside Bedroom On the coast of Maine, architect Gil Schafer designed a beautiful one-bedroom waterfront cottage in which his clients' collection of European antiques shares center stage with the seaside views. Here, wood-block printed draperies (Rose Cumming) frame the view in the owners’ bedroom. Brie Williams 6 of 85 The Collected Bedroom In the primary bedroom of designer Ceara Donnelley's home in Charleston, a 1960s French Bagues-style ship chandelier hangs over a skirted Soane settee. Bed linens, D. Porthault John Daniel Powers 7 of 85 The Moroccan-inspired Bedroom At this Sea Island, Georgia, home designed by Anne Spilman, Moroccan-inspired touches abound in the guest room, which features Matouk linens and antique textiles for the bed, curtain fabric by Claremont, and upholstery work by O. Henry House. Douglas Friedman 8 of 85 The Artful Bedroom In the primary bedroom of designer Todd Romano's San Antonio home, layered atop a mélange of printed percale bed linens (D. Porthault) is a 19th-century floral Texas quilt. Peruvian and Spanish Colonial mirrors shimmer atop red wool felt walls (Claremont). A Louis XV–style step stool in gauffrage velvet (Lee Jofa) serves as decadent doggie steps. Thomas Loof 9 of 85 The Cloud-Like Bedroom At her Gramercy Park apartment in New York, designer Cece Barfield Thompson's bed is skirted in a printed floral linen (Lisa Fine Textiles) and draped with sheer panels (Clarence House). Bedsheets, Julia B. Wall sconces, Visual Comfort. Thomas Loof 10 of 85 The Pretty-in-Pink Bedroom For her daughters' bedroom, designer Cece Barfield Thompson chose climbing florals (wallpaper, Farrow & Ball), painterly hearts (bedding, D. Porthault), and troupes of roses (chair, Raoul Textiles). Thomas Loof 11 of 85 The Sunshine State Bedroom For the owners' bedroom in this lively Naples, Florida, retreat, designer Summer Thornton created a lush oasis. Bright, lemony splashes enliven the light-filled retreat, where Thornton selected a Gracie painted paper and intense Loro Piana yellow wool for the drapes. Linen panels (Raoul Textiles) drape an iron-and-walnut bed (S&L Designs). Sofa trim, Samuel & Sons Thomas Loof 12 of 85 The Patterned Bedroom In the guest room of this Naples, Florida, home, designer Summer Thornton selected a hammered metal bed with a modern Greek key detail by Bunny Williams Home. Casement windows usher in sea breezes and sunshine. Douglas Friedman 13 of 85 The Midcentury Modern Bedroom At this midcentury modern home in Dallas renovated by designer Meredith McBrearty and architect Ryan Street, a shimmering collage wallcovering (Fromental) references the mountain ridges of Southern California. Mixed media painting, Andrée B. Carter Annie Schlechter 14 of 85 The Ethereal Bedroom In the owners' bedroom of this Bronxville, New York, historoic tudor home designed by Carrier and Company, Matouk linens dress an upholstered winged bed (fabric, Fermoie) with a painted wood frame. Sofa, Lee Industries Julia Lynn 15 of 85 The Matisse-inspired Bedroom At this Austin, Texas, home designed by Angie Hranowsky, China Seas’s Arbre de Matisse pattern turns a guest room into a woodland fantasy. Bed linens, Signoria. Julia Lynn 16 of 85 The Jewel-Toned Bedroom Designer Angie Hranowsky infused this Austin, Texas, home's bedroom with accents in jewel tones. A custom bed repeats the linear beauty of a midcentury settee. Armchair, Bunny Williams Home. Mali Azima 17 of 85 The Peachy Bedroom At this Atlanta home designed by architect Yong Pak and designer Melanie Turner, an Italian ceramic camel presides over the nursery. Wall upholstery, drapery, and tenting fabric, Perennials. Trim, Houlès. Multicolor chevron rug, Missoni Max Kim-Bee 18 of 85 The Patina Bedroom In a bedroom at this Nashville, Tennessee, home designed by Richard Hallberg, a custom silk and wool rug (Anthony Monaco) is an ultra-soft landing beneath a four-poster wood and iron canopy bed (Formations). Drapery fabric, Perennials. Douglas Friedman 19 of 85 The Enchanted Garden Bedroom In the owners' bedroom of this Connecticut home designed by Miles Redd, a painted “bookcase” cleverly hides a television that rises from within. “Sam loves portraits, and I think they look sensational on the chinoiserie wallpaper,” says Redd of the pair of fancy-dress French School paintings. Douglas Friedman 20 of 85 The Trompe L'Oeil Bedroom In this Connecticut home's guestroom designed by Miles Redd, Rose Cumming’s tufted trompe l’oeil wallpaper creates the ultimate soft landing spot. Francesco Lagnese 21 of 85 The Mountain Bedroom In the owners’ bedroom of this Montana retreat designed by Palmer Weiss, a four-poster hickory-log bed with a woven rush headboard (Rusticks) balances delicate Ottoman-inspired florals (Robert Kime). Bench upholstery fabric, Clarence House Francesco Lagnese 22 of 85 The Ochre Bedroom In a guest room at this Montana condo, an ocher faux-bois wall finish by Willem Racké “speaks to the rustic setting in a fresh way,” says designer Palmer Weiss. A patterned linen valance (Peter Fasano) crowns a Federal-style bed. Sconce, Visual Comfort. Drapery fabric, Holland & Sherry Francesco Lagnese 23 of 85 The Botanical Bedroom For this Montana retreat's guestroom, designer Palmer Weiss railroaded Pierre Frey’s Indo-Persian medallions across a guest bed. The botanicals are hand-colored copper engravings, circa 1840. Drapery trim, Samuel & Sons Francesco Lagnese 24 of 85 The Forest Bedroom This deep green guest room designed by Palmer Weiss channels the natural hues of the pine-and-spruce forest (RAL #6008, Fine Paints of Europe). Spindle headboard, Beautiful Bed Company Amy Neunsinger 25 of 85 The California Blues Bedroom In the guestroom of this California home designed by Mark D. Sikes, Soane Britain’s Persian Flower cloaks the headboard and bed skirt in a guest bedroom. Rush bench, Charles Fradin. Annie Schlechter 26 of 85 The Pastel Print Bedroom In this New York City bedroom designed by Chiqui Woolworth, an antique chaise in a deep azalea shade (Scala­mandré) is a vivid foil for Quadrille’s pastel print dressing the walls, windows, and bed. Carpet, Stark Annie Schlechter 27 of 85 The Playful Bedroom In this young girl's New York City bedroom designed by Chiqui Woolworth, tomato-red trim by Kravet and a painted wrought-iron chan­delier crown a sweep of soft blues. Annie Schlechter 28 of 85 The Timeless Bedroom In this New York City guestroom designed by Chiqui Woolworth, a warm basket weave wallpaper (Thibaut) and archival English fabric (Scalamandré) in the guest room. Emily J Followill 29 of 85 The Nook Bedroom Touted as the "tree house," this Beth Webb–designed bedroom reveals the soft slope of the Brays Island cottage roof and mimics the feeling of sleeping in a quaint tent. The woven abaca wallcovering by Nobilis resembles the look of woodwork.For cozy throws and blankets, check out Johanna Howard Home.Get the Look DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN 30 of 85 The Dramatic Bedroom When decorating the six bedrooms of this storied California estate, designer Ken Fulk assigned each one a "movie" or narrative thread inspired by famous films, plays, or photographs. In this dark retreat, the dramatic floral wallpaper (Ralph Lauren Home) and bed upholstered in a motorcycle leather look as though they came out of a film noir. The 1950s armchair is by Lawerence Peabody. Next 78 Best Living Room Ideas for a Beautiful Home Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Sarah DiMarco Sarah DiMarco is the Assistant Editor at VERANDA, covering all things decor, design, and travel, and she also manages social media for the brand. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. 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1. Light and bright decorating ideas to make small rooms feel bigger
2. Cozy corner bed for small spaces
3. Slim headboard and bed frame to increase small bedroom space
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5. Mirrors can make a small bedroom look bigger
6. Small bedroom storage under the bed
7. Incorporating loft living to small bedrooms
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9. Floating shelves for small bedroom decor
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Body22 Small Bedroom Ideas That Are Big in Style By Danica Rog February 10, 2021 | 8 min read Demkat / Shutterstock Calling all small space dwellers! If you need small bedroom ideas for a DIY makeover but don’t think you have enough bedroom to work with, you’re in the right place. We’ve got some lovely small room design ideas to maximize space and prove tiny spaces can be stylish. While modern and luxurious design ideas often tell you that you need to have a sitting area, small office, or a king-size bed in your bedroom, don’t forget that a bedroom’s main function is to be a place to rest and recharge. And you don’t have to do much to create a beautiful space to do so. Get home decor deals instantly! Get connected to the home improvement coupons and promo codes you’ve been waiting for. View Deals Your small bedroom may be a blessing for a better night’s sleep. The American Sleep Association recommends keeping stimulating activities out of the bedroom. They warn that distractions like the TV, internet, and work can disrupt your sleep patterns. So, the less there is to do in your bedroom, the more sleep you set yourself up for. How’s that for smart design? Here are tiny room decor ideas that will help you learn how to maximize space in a small bedroom. Creative small bedroom ideas that maximize space:. 1. Light and bright decorating ideas to make small rooms feel bigger. @viktoriaalisevich / Twenty20 The color white is an expansive and practical choice for small bedroom decor. It keeps the space from looking too busy or boxed in. Painting your bedroom white will make it look bigger. Using white or lighter colors combats the absence of large wall space or windows to brighten up your space. Afraid of white paint being too stark? To keep your small bedroom from feeling cold or void of personality, layer your whites with different textures and white-on-white patterns for drama. In the bedroom above, the simple addition of a patterned throw and chrome bedside lamps transforms the room from sterile to stylish. 2. Cozy corner bed for small spaces. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock Most bedroom decorating ideas feature the bed by centering it on the wall. However, narrow floor plans and limited space often call for a different approach. To maximize the floor space, tuck your bed up against a wall or corner. Doing so will create a sleeping area that feels snug and cozy. If it feels too much like a college dorm, add a two headboard corner system to create a finished, designer look to a bedroom. 3. Slim headboard and bed frame to increase small bedroom space. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock A few inches of extra space can make a small bedroom feel like a luxurious master bedroom. Part ways with your footboard-style bed frame and replace it with a simple modern platform bed to finish the look. 4. Minimalist style for a small master bedroom. J. Zhuk / Shutterstock Add space to your small master bedroom by paring it down to your favorite essentials. The focus of this space is undeniably the bed, so keep furniture pieces and accessories down to a minimum. Even better, use sleek, contemporary built-ins for additional storage. Built-ins maximize storage while looking like they’re not even there. A good built-in around your bed creates a cozy sleeping nook while adding plenty of storage. 5. Mirrors can make a small bedroom look bigger. New Africa / Shutterstock Mirrors expand a small bedroom by creating the illusion of a bigger room. Positioning a mirror to reflect the light of a window is also the only way to up the natural light in your space. The easiest way to incorporate a big mirror? Try this easy technique. Find a body-length mirror and lean it up against the wall. No holes needed. Though, you’ll want to secure it with wall tacky for peace of mind. 6. Small bedroom storage under the bed. PlusONE / Shutterstock If you’re in the market for a new bed, consider a bed with drawers underneath for extra storage. If space is so limited that drawers may not open easily, use decorative bins under your bed for additional storage. We love milk crates and other woven baskets that hold up well and look good. 7. Incorporating loft living to small bedrooms. Tony Anderson / Getty Images If floor space is limited but you have higher ceilings, consider adding a loft or platform for your sleeping area with storage or seating underneath. This isn’t an option for everyone, but for those who don’t mind climbing into bed, this layout can completely transform a small room. 8. Bold wallpaper for very small bedroom ideas. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock Just because your bedroom is small doesn’t mean it has to be dull. Add a bold wallpaper pattern to a focal wall, like your headboard wall. Wallpaper tends to get a bad rap for making rooms look small and cluttered, but using the right style and technique does just the opposite. Add a bold wallpaper pattern to a focal wall, like your headboard wall. When selecting wallpaper, choose a large-scale pattern over a small, busy one. Don’t forget to create a cohesive look by coordinating your bedding with your beautiful, new wallpaper. Renters, you can play with wallpaper too. Have a look at our article for removable wallpaper. 9. Floating shelves for small bedroom decor. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock The versatile floating shelf can work in many useful ways in a small bedroom. Here are some floating shelf decorating ideas for the bedroom: A nightstand replacementAn entry table by the doorA bookcaseA laptop desk 10. Wall niche. New Africa / Shutterstock A wall niche gives you storage space without taking up floor space. In newer construction buildings, drywall is normally hollow and supported by vertical 2 x 4 wood beams (studs) that are 16” apart. If your bed is set up on a non-exterior wall, use a stud finder to mark where your wood wall beams are to cut out an alcove. Your new alcove may not be incredibly deep, but it may be all you need for small necessities like an alarm clock or some personal items. Maximizing your small bedroom with minimal effort 11. Creative nightstands. Demkat / Shutterstock Finding the right size nightstand can be tricky for any bedroom. When you have a small bedroom and a tight squeeze next to your bed, you have to think creatively. Consider using a decorative stool or chair. 12. Floating desk. Thomas Barwick / Getty Images Is your home office in your tiny bedroom? Maximize your space with a floating desk, which is basically an extra-large floating shelf. You can create a DIY floating desk by putting a piece of plywood on top of a couple of shelf brackets. Then slide a comfy chair underneath and you’re done! 13. Colorful throw pillows. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock If you love color, but prefer an all-white room to make your small space look bigger, you don’t have to compromise. Simply add color to your room with vibrant throw pillows. 14. Eye-catching chandelier. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock Your options for small bedroom decorating ideas are starting to look up! Adding a unique chandelier or pendant light is an excellent way to give your room a focal point and add some cozy lighting. 15. Cozy area rug for small bedroom ideas. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock People often focus their bedroom decorating on the walls, shelving, furniture, and bedding. But don’t forget the floor. An interesting area rug can instantly add warmth to a room or a pop of color. Play around with the texture and find something that looks good and feels great on your feet. 16. Bedside table shelving. NelleG / Getty Images One more bedside table idea — shelving. Floating shelves work great as a nightstand. You can place them at the perfect height and if you DIY it, you can get the shelving cut to the exact size that fits your bedroom. Floating shelves come in a wide range of materials, too, from wood to glass to metal. 17. Sleek sconces for small bedrooms. KyJleP_D / Shutterstock No room next to your bed for a lamp? Wall sconces are a smart solution to add reading light to a small bedroom. You can go for a modern look or a traditional style. Or get crazy and mix and match your sconces for an eclectic look. 18. Gorgeous greenery. @merrymirta / Twenty20 Make room for plants! Just because your bedroom is small doesn’t mean you have to skip the greenery. Adding houseplants to your room makes it feel more alive and plants actually help clean the air. To maximize space, try wall planters. They turn your plants into works of art. 19. Breezy curtains. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock If your small room is short on windows, you can still get things flowing by using curtains to decorate. Two smart ways are to replace closet doors with curtains or use curtains to create a room divider. Either way, be sure to pick colors and textures that feel good in your space. 20. Sparkling string lights. svetikd / Getty Images String lights aren’t just for the holiday season! They’re a cool way to create interesting lighting or art features in a small bedroom. Hang them on the wall, ceiling, headboard, or anywhere you can imagine. And tiny lights come in a wide range of colors to make your small bedroom look even more magical. 21. High-contrast color scheme. Photographee.eu / Shutterstock Pairing white with a high-contrast color is a big-impact way to decorate a small bedroom. Sticking with just one bold color, plus white, creates a dramatic look. And you can use this high-contrast effect in bedding, wall paint, artwork, rugs, and beyond. 22. Tiny wall art. KatarzynaBialasiewicz / Getty Images Small rooms are the perfect place to create the tiniest art gallery. Shop thrift shops, galleries, and home decor stores for small paintings and prints. Then hang a bunch of them on one wall for an eclectic collection. You can even make your own art by painting small canvases or canvases of different sizes that are on the smaller side. The bottom line. Having a small bedroom doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. There are plenty of room design ideas that maximize efficiency while elevating your room. The key is to find options that work best for your personal taste and space. Frequently asked questions. Q: How do you design a small bedroom? A: When designing your space. pick items that brighten and open up your room to make it feel bigger than it is. Things like mirrors, good lighting, and sleek furniture go a long way. Q: What is the size of a small bedroom? A: Bedrooms vary greatly in size and shape. The average size of a bedroom is around 11 x 12 feet. Q: How can I maximize space in a small bedroom? A: The best way to make the most of your small bedroom is to opt for practical furniture pieces that serve more than one purpose. Claire Ballor contributed to this post. Collaborate with Havenly to transform a blank canvas or redesign an entire room. Save $20 on Full Designs! Use MYMOVE code: Havenly20 Use MYMOVE code: Havenly20 Get design inspiration and custom solutions to spice up your space or refresh a room. Save $10 on Mini Designs! Use MYMOVE code: Havenly10 Use MYMOVE code: Havenly10 Related Articles. Home Inspiration How to Make a Room Look Bigger: 7 Tips for Fooling the Eye 5 minute read Home Inspiration What’s My Home Decorating Style? Quiz and Design Tips 4 minute read Home Inspiration Are You Making The 4 Bedroom Design Mistakes That Keep Decorators Up At Night? 3 minute read
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Title151 bedroom ideas from the world's best interior designers | House & Garden
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DescriptionBedroom ideas, design and decorating inspiration whatever style of house you live in – be it a country house or a tiny flat – the House & Garden archive is your one-stop-shop for bedroom ideas from the world's best interior designers
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Body151 bedroom ideas from the world's best interior designersYour one-stop-shop for bedroom ideas from the world's best interior designers.By Charlotte McCaughan-Hawes27 July 2021FacebookTwitterEmailPinterestPaul MasseyWhatever style of house you live in – be it a country house or a tiny flat – the House & Garden archive is your one-stop-shop for bedroom ideas from the world's best interior designers.How to decorate a bedroom. The scheme for a bedroom should be something that you find relaxing and cosy, although a quick look through our gallery of ideas suggests that there are plenty of ways to interpret that. Pale paint colours and understated patterns certainly have their moment, but spare rooms are often a great place to run riot with colour and pattern, perhaps in the form of a bedroom wallpaper, since they're unlikely to be occupied every day. Make sure the bones of the room work for how you use the room. If space and budget allow, some built-in joinery can make all the difference for storage, and give the room a more seamless feel than if it's stuffed with furniture.Window treatments are hugely important in a bedroom; some people prefer that not a chink of light can get in, while others like to wake up with the daylight. Long, luxurious curtains are beautiful in a bedroom, in a thick material that will feel cosy in winter, perhaps with sheer blinds behind to let the light in during the daytime. There are plenty of readymade curtains out there if you're on a budget, and blinds alone can also be a cost-effective way to dress your windows. Having a blackout blind made in a fabric of your choice does not have to cost the earth.MAY WE SUGGEST: Small bedroom ideasBuying bedroom furniture. The bed is obviously the most important feature in the room, and there's a huge variety to choose from. Perhaps you'd go down the traditional route with a box spring, prettily finished with a valance, and accompanied by a headboard upholstered in a beautiful fabric. For a more contemporary look, a wooden bed frame can be a stylish option, harking back to Arts & Crafts or mid-century design. These also take up less visual space in the room. We're also huge fans of four-poster beds, which can work well in both traditional and modern interiors. "If I have a small room, I try and overscale the furniture," says renowned hotel designer Olga Polizzi. "Putting itsy-bitsy furniture in just makes it feel smaller." Many of the interior designers on our pages agree, and we've seen brilliant examples of imposing four-poster beds used successfully in very small rooms. And above all else, don't skimp when choosing a mattress. You may be sleeping on it for many years to come, so make sure you get it right!Beyond the bed, you'll obviously want to think about bedside tables, preferably something big enough for a lamp, a book, and a glass of water. In a very small bedroom, we've seen interior designers build nooks into the wall or into built-in wardrobes either side of the bed, a neat solution we adore. And speaking of wardrobes, clothes storage is an essential. Hanging rails can be a great alternative to bulky wardrobes if you're short on space. If you have some space to play with, it's always rather civilised to have a dressing table where you can get ready in the morning and prepare for bed in the evening. And last but not least, a smart little armchair in the corner of the room is always lovely when you need somewhere to sit and put your shoes on - although it inevitably gets covered in yesterday's clothes.MAY WE SUGGEST: Our edit of where to buy beddingChoosing bedding for your bedroom. Rita Konig knows how to make a beautiful bed, and emphasises the importance of what's on it. "Beds – and bed linen – really make bedrooms. It is not unusual for people to skimp on the linens – if not financially, then mentally, when coming up with the design for the room. All-white sheets and a duvet create a colossus of white in the centre of the room that can detract from the rest of the space. The bed linen, quilts, blankets and eiderdowns you choose make a huge difference to the room, how it looks and how inviting it is to you and/or your guests." If you do love crisp white bedding, consider adding a patterned blanket at the bottom of the bed to brighten things up. We're also big fans of relaxed coloured linen, and some patterned bedding from time to time.Paul Massey1/151Native ShareIn Alexandra Tolstoy's bedroom, the antique bed, dressed in linen and fabric from Volga Linen and Robert Kime, is placed in the window to make space for a 20th-century Irish wardrobe and embroidered Uzbek coats, which recall the allure of the Central Asian steppes.Paul Massey2/151Native ShareIn the London house of interior designer Deniz Bayern, the bedroom walls are painted in Valspar’s ‘Norway Spruce’. Old museum specimen cabinets, sourced from Martin D Johnson Antiques, make distinctive bedside tables.Lucas Allen3/151Native ShareThe pewter chandelier is fitted with lampshades that match the wallpaper and curtains in the bedroom of a Christopher Howe-decorated house in Bray.Paul Massey4/151Native ShareThe walls in this eighteenth-century house in Bath are painted in Paint & Paper Library’s ‘Slate III’ and the floor is painted in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Slipper Satin’. A delicate metal four-poster bed is hung with antique mangle-cloth drapes, with cushions covered in vintage Swedish ticking and antique flags, all from Howe. The two striped rugs are Turkish, circa 1950. A French tôle peinte helmet wall light is above the twentieth-century Indian teak folding table, which probably came from an old civic building. A mid-century brass-framed oval Swedish mirror hangs by the window.5/151Native ShareIn Gabby Deeming's Bloomsbury flat, the bedroom window has a linen half-curtain made from a vintage tablecloth as a concession to privacy. The lack of other curtains or blinds mean that the attractive curved tops of the windows are still visible. Of the canopy bed she says "it feels so self-contained, a bit like a ship that's going to set sail with me in it, which I love. It's a very good bed for daydreaming."Owen Gale6/151Native ShareSandberg's 'Raphael' wallpaper features in one of the back bedrooms of the Suffolk house, echoing the oak tree immediately outside the window.7/151Native ShareIn this bedroom, Ben Pentreath has paired Morris & Co’s ‘Willow Bough’ wallpaper, which provides an excellent backdrop for art, with antique wooden furniture.Paul Massey8/151Native ShareA subtle palette of Farrow & Ball paints and a headboard and bench covered in alpaca wool create a relaxed mood in the bedroom of Ochre director Solenne de la Fouchardiere. Ochre’s ‘Beach Pebble’ pendant casts a soft light.Romain Ricard9/151Native ShareIn the main bedroom of a London house by Maria Speake, cushions on a bedcover from Antiques by Design echo the colours of a headboard, upholstered in a mix of fabrics including hand-dyed velvet by Kirsten Hecktermann. An antique chandelier from Schmid McDonagh picks up on vintage Italian bedside tables with ‘Trafalgar’ lamps by Pooky. The carpet by Jacaranda balances Farrow & Ball’s rich ‘Green Smoke’ paint on the walls.Paul Massey10/151Native ShareOlivia Outred is responsible for this fresh bedroom. In the main bedroom, Farrow & Ball’s ‘Drag’ wallpaper in colourway 1252 is similar in hue to Claremont’s ‘Antique Serge’ linen, which was used to upholster the banquette by the window. It also picks up on the muted green tones of ‘Dandelion Clock (Faded)’, a patterned linen fabric from Robert Kime, used for the curtains and headboard. The flat’s owner bought the blue-painted antique chest of drawers from Brownrigg in Tetbury, Gloucestershire. The blue glass lamp base is one of a pair from the London-based dealer Christopher Butterworth.Elsa Young11/151Native ShareIn the main bedroom of an Ibizan house by Joanna Plant, a discontinued four-poster by Chelsea Textiles stands on a vintage rug from Joshua Lumley. Lamps from Magus Antiques, with shades made from saris, pick up on the colours of an antique Indian hanging. The cotton bedcover is from Oka.Davide Lovatti12/151Native ShareIn her own bedroom, interior designer Tara Craig has made a small space sing by sticking to a bold blue colour scheme throughout, broken up by her neutral half canopy bed. A bespoke eiderdown picks up on walls covered in Marialida’s ‘Urbino’ cotton in azzurro/antique white from Tissus d’Hélène.Paul Massey13/151Native ShareThis Arts & Crafts house decorated by Ben Pentreath features plenty of green and brown shades. The greeny-brown grasscloth in this room is in the colour referred to by Ben as "freshly laid cowpat". ‘I love the richness that grasscloth brings; it has so much more depth than a flat paint,’ he says. He has used grasscloths in a number of rooms in this London house, including Altfield’s ‘Minka’ (bamboo), 91cm wide, £58 a metre, and Phillip Jeffries’ ‘Manila Hemp’ (truffle brown), 94cm wide, £44 a metre. ‘You do have to warn clients that the joins between panels are visible, but I’ve never minded the effect,’ adds Ben.14/151Native ShareRachel Chudley’s design for the velvet headboard in the bedroom of her warehouse flat was inspired by the leaves of the toleware lights. It makes for a unique focal point of the room.Michael Sinclair15/151Native ShareThe main bedroom of Jo Vestey's Oxfordshire farmhouse has Jo's photographs on display and a Japanese light on the desk. Exposed beams, wooden floorboards and the desk contrast nicely with the white rug and walls, giving an overall look that is both clean and rustic.Paul Massey16/151Native ShareNicola Harding’s team collaborated with Naturalmat to design the headboard in the main bedroom of a Berkshire house she redecorated, which is upholstered in ‘Carolina’ linen from Vanderhurd. Walls in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Setting Plaster’ and a rug from Guinevere continue the pale pink and blue theme.Jérôme Galland17/151Native ShareThis pared-back bedroom is in Pierre Yovanovitch's château in the South of France. The bench is by Jan de Swart, circa 1955; bedside table by T. H. RobsjohnGibbings, circa 1950; wall lamp, twentieth century, Austria; Maori fabric wall hangings by Fortuny; PY bed.Alicia Taylor18/151Native ShareThe bespoke four-poster in the bedroom of an Arts and Crafts villa in Surrey is from Beaudesert. The calm room is furnished in a neutral fashion with simple, clean lines and fabrics.Simon Brown19/151Native ShareA framed nineteenth-century Indian embroidered panel hangs above the bed in this deeply comfortable bedroom in a London flat designed by Hugh Henry.Alicia Taylor20/151Native ShareShades of white and green make for a bright but serene scheme in the spare bedroom of Cameron Kimber's house in New South Wales. The eighteenth and nineteenth-century dog pictures on the wall are just two of Cameron’s collection.Paul Massey21/151Native ShareThis Arts & Crafts house was designed by Ben Pentreath. The bedside table is from Christopher Hodsoll. In this room Ben has used the William Morris wallpaper ‘Fruit’ (lime green/tan). It is sold in 10-metre rolls and costs £73 from Style Library.Owen Gale22/151Native ShareIn this bedroom in Jeremy Langmead's Suffolk house, Celia Birtwell's 'Beasties' wallpaper lines the walls. A silk embroidered suzani from Susan's collection takes centre stage on the bed.Simon Brown23/151Native ShareIn the spare room of an understatedly luxurious apartment in Kensington, a table lamp from Colefax and Fowler complements the soft grey walls. The room has an airy feel from the floor-length curtains and large window.Elsa Young24/151Native ShareVictoria von Westenholz's Battersea house is undeniably pretty and the interior designer's bedroom is no different. Cole & Son’s ‘Cow Parsley’ wallpaper is paired with a headboard in Bennison Fabrics’ ‘Malabar Stripe’.Paul Massey25/151Native ShareIn another bedroom in Rita Konig's own farmhouse, Totty Lowther’s ‘Pomegranate’ wallpaper in alabaster provides a restful backdrop for a ‘Morris’ bed in greyed oak by William Yeoward with an antique quilt from Katharine Pole. An antique bronze giraffe lamp from Alfies Antique Market in London acts as a bedside light on a table covered in a scarf from Bonton.Paul Massey26/151Native ShareA headboard designed by Rita Konig for Ensemblier, covered in Schumacher’s ‘Knox’ cotton in rose, stands out against walls and curtains in striking ‘Pomegranate Print’ linen in charcoal by the same company. This is the master bedroom in Rita's farmhouse.Paul Massey27/151Native SharePanelling painted in ‘Asian Blue’ by Emente offsets walls papered in Morris & Co’s ‘Marigold’ from Style Library in this bedroom of a Georgian house by Ben Pentreath. The bedcover is in ‘Therese’ paisley cotton by Les Indiennes.Elsa Young28/151Native ShareOn the bedroom in an Edinburgh flat she worked on, Susan Deliss said "This flat is all about cosiness - it's a place to hunker down on cold nights. That was the impetus behind the red in the bedroom. I started with the Robert Kime "Susani" fabric for the curtains, and the bright red emerged from that. It's designed to be cocoon-like, and the bookshelves are full of Scottish books, perfect for reading when the weather outside is gloomy."Paul Massey29/151Native ShareThe bedhead in the main bedroom was designed by the home's owner, interior designer Robert Moore. The fabric, 'Palma Large' from Bernard Thorp (£75 per metre) is also used on a chair in the bedroom (not pictured) and for the curtains in the bathroom.Taken from the June 2014 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Emily Tobin.David Oliver30/151Native ShareOn the Caribbean island of Mustique, interior designer Veere Grenney has redesigned a bamboo house that is a study in neutrals and natural materials. The main bedroom, in a pavilion, has a bed from Soane. Green fabrics complete the room's natural design while adding another colour to the simple scheme.Paul Massey31/151Native ShareThe main bedroom in Susan Deliss's country house in France has a simple headboard made from an antique suzani. The bed is spread with an antique quilt, hand-dyed by Susan with indigo. She has mounted an antique Ikat textile to create an artwork for the wall.32/151Native ShareIf you don't have room for a four-poster bed then a pelmet like this one by Paolo Moschino can be a creative alternative. The linen curtains are made from 'Nyvelle Oyster' by Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam. The clean, straight lines and border of blue stands out against the dark walls.Taken from the June 2012 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Teresa Levonian Cole and Emily Tobin.Simon Upton33/151Native ShareUpstairs in the main bedroom of this farmhouse in the Chilterns hangs a collection of John Nash watercolours. 'I love them, they represent "my England"; it makes me happy looking at them,' says the owner. The magnificent Tabriz carpet is reputed to have come from the house of the poet and arts patron Edward James, West Dean in Sussex. The neutral walls allow pieces such as the bold Tabriz carpet and dark wood chest to take centre stage.Simon Upton34/151Native ShareCelebrated interior decorator Nicky Haslam opens the doors to his own west-London apartment, which is an elegantly playful showcase for his masterful use of scale and dramatic details, and his signature mix of the fake and the fabulous. Painted a rich dark brown, the canopy in the bedroom was inspired by a Cecil Beaton drawing. Nicky brought the bed with him from his former flat and found the table lamps in a second-hand shop.Simon Brown35/151Native ShareAlidad is a master of opulent interior design and his own bedroom is no different. A headboard in Romo’s ‘Dakota’ faux suede is set against a wall on which linen and suede panels are separated by studded braidwork. The bold motif on the pelmet and curtains is echoed by the valance and cushions.Benjamin Edwards36/151Native ShareIn his own house, interior designer Bryan O'Sullivan designed the master bed, which was made by Dudgeon Sofas and upholstered in George Spencer Designs’ ‘Mia’ wool in ice blue. He also devised a set of freestanding drawers, which sits under a Renzo Rutili bedside table (1964) and was painted to match the grain of the wood by the decorative artist Henry van de Vijver.Simon Brown37/151Native ShareA Lawson Wood headboard in the main bedroom of a Cotswolds house by Joanna Wood echoes the curved window pelmets covered in Lewis & Wood’s ‘Indienne Tint’ linen.Simon Brown38/151Native ShareIn the Suffolk farmhouse of Tarquin Bilgen, the faux panelling in the spare room was painted by Alan Dodd. Prints and paintings of mountains, such as the one above the chest of drawers, provide a visual theme.Alicia Taylor39/151Native ShareAt The Newt – the UK's most exciting hotel opening this year – there are different types of bedroom. This rustic, wooden example can be found in the Stable Yard, a converted Georgian outbuilding in Hadspen stone. It has a futon-style bed and a shower room concealed under the granary floor.Lucas Allen40/151Native ShareOne of the smartest bedroom ideas we've come across in a while. A blue and white geometry runs through this bedroom in a Manhattan townhouse designed by Hugh Leslie. The same royal blue velvet used on the headboard has been wrapped around batons to create the border on the walls. The antique Japanese screen is from Gregg Baker.Richard Powers41/151Native ShareIn this glorious Tuscan farmhouse, a Gervasoni bed stands on a raised oak platform above the polished concrete floor. The curtains are made from two linen fabrics from Holland & Sherry. A rattan ‘Hanging Egg Chair’ by Nanna Ditzel is suspended from a beam next to a lamp by Serge Mouille.Alexander James42/151Native ShareLight green walls and a headboard in Colefax & Fowler's 'Evesham' give this bedroom designed by Caroline Harrowby a fresh, floral look. Its eclectic style is made elegant with pretty curtains and a painted dressing table from the owners' previous home.In a double-fronted Georgian town house in Ludlow, Caroline Harrowby has used a soft colour palette and elegant furnishings to enhance the classical proportions of once dark interiors.Paul Massey43/151Native ShareIn Fiona Golfar's Cornwall house, pretty florals, including a headboard in a vintage Colefax and Fowler fabric, an Indian quilt and botanical prints from her husband's aunts bring nostalgic charm to a spare room.Emma Lewis44/151Native ShareThe bedroom of this London townhouse is the work of Amanda Baring, who designed it for her sister, the owner. The neutral hues keep it calm and warm, while a collection of black and white etchings decorate the walls.45/151Native ShareA vivid blue bedroom in Audrey Carden's northwest London house. The bedspread is from Shine by Sho.Romain Ricard46/151Native ShareÉmilie and Pierre Frey upholstered one wall of their bedroom in their favourite Braquenié ‘Indore’ fabric. Pierre Frey’s ‘Yeti’ wool mix in honey provides a colourful contrasting bedcover.Tom Mannion47/151Native ShareBennison’s eye-catching ‘Songbird’ wallpaper is offset by curtains in a rich yellow linen by Claremont, in this Max Rollitt-designed bedroom. Two gilt-framed portraits, which date from the 16th or 17th century, are displayed between the windows. An antique Persian Kirman rug complements bespoke pieces by Max, including an upholstered ‘Empire’ bed in American black walnut and a ‘Regency’ spoonback chair with ebonised decoration.Simon Brown48/151Native Share'We loved the cool, pared-down style of a house belonging to a Swedish art collector, which we had seen in a magazine,' say the owners of this west-London terrace home. Enter Hugh Leslie whose unmistakable style gradually evolved the house into a smart family home. At the front of the house on the first floor is the pretty, generously proportioned main bedroom. Its walls are lined with the same buff-pink linen ('Prelle Toile Barbare' fabric by Alton Brooke) as the pelmets and the curtains, which adds an extra touch of glamour to the room. Behind it is the en-suite bathroom, with simple panelling, hand-built units and a walk-in shower lined in teak, which feels a bit like entering a first-class compartment on a vintage train.https://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/interiors/bathroom/en-suite-vintage-showerTaken from the February 2015 issue of House & GardenPaul Massey49/151Native ShareThe nineteenth-century chaise longue in the main bedroom of a light-filled house by Marion Lichtig has been left 'as is', for a relaxed feel; the curtain fabric is 'Tulipano' from Tissus d'Hélène.Mel Yates50/151Native ShareThe walls in the main bedroom of a Hampshire Vicarage decorated by Max Rollitt are covered in Adam Calkin's "Adam's Eden' from Lewis & Wood. At the foot of the four-poster is a George I chair-back walnut settee.Owen Gale51/151Native ShareThe bright mustard walls of Sophie Ashby and Charlie Casely-Hayford's bedroom imbue the room with a warmth that is paired with white furniture and linen. The bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe to one side, a must for a fashion designer.Simon Brown52/151Native ShareColourful notes in an otherwise minimal main bedroom include a painting by Mary Fedden and an orange bedcover, made by Bridie HallBridie Hall.Michael Sinclair53/151Native ShareOnce three small rooms, this now open-plan main bedroom and bathroom, clad in tongue-and-groove panelling, has a seaside feel befitting its location on the Pembrokeshire coast. The headboard and curtains are made from Carolina Irving fabrics and the painting above the bed is by Gillian Ayres, who lived in Wales during the Eighties; all were chosen by decorator John McCall who worked on this stone cottage.Paul Massey54/151Native ShareA lamp by Tyson and curtains and cushions in Kravet’s ‘Modern Elegance’ are offset by plain greys in an elegant bedroom by Turner Pocock.Andreas von Einsiedel55/151Native ShareThe main bedroom of Alvise Orsini's Georgian, London apartment features a Chippendale-design bed from Partridge Fine Arts with a canopy lined with silk by Henry Bertrand; the back panel is an eighteenth-century English 'Tree of Life' embroidery. The walls are covered with eighteenth-century Chinese silk.Michael Sinclair56/151Native ShareA half-tester bed creates a traditional feel in this room in a Hampshire vicarage.Jason Ingram57/151Native ShareAdam Sykes' London house was inspired by the houses he saw while living on America's west coast.Above the bed hangs a framed assortment of original textile designs, mostly by Louis Lang and from the archive of a silk weaver called Bianchini-Férier. There are also three original Thirties designs by English designers, which Adam found in a junk shop. The bed is upholstered in 'Toile Miro' from Claremont.Simon Brown58/151Native ShareAbove the bed in Julia Barnard's Somerset cottage hangs a Fante flag from Ghana, with curtains in ‘Montpelier’ cotton from Robert Kime. The lampshade and eiderdown were both made from antique Ottoman block prints found in Turkey.Lucas Allen59/151Native ShareThis brightly patterned room in Edward Bulmer's Queen Anne house includes an eighteenth-century painted Chinese wallpaper, a carpet by David Bamford and curtain fabric from Chelsea Textiles; Edward designed the bed.Lucas Allen60/151Native ShareThe bed in this spare bedroom in a Christopher Howe-decorated house in Bray was upholstered with vintage beetled linen from Howe at 36 Bourne Street.Michael Sinclair61/151Native ShareThe walls in the main bedroom of Guy Tobin's London house are painted in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Pavilion Gray’, while the headboard is covered in a fabric from Bennison Fabrics.Lucas Allen62/151Native ShareA tiny floral pattern in green is picked up by the green in the blanket in this sophisticated bedroom in a Christopher Howe-decorated house in Bray. Behind and beside the bed, a sixteenth-century panel contrasts with a copper task lamp.Alicia Taylor63/151Native ShareSomething new and colourful is what I thought I'd do,' says interior designer Gytha Nuttall of the decoration of her converted nineteenth-century schoolhouse in Battersea. 'But as the project developed, slowly I returned to all the muddy colours I love best.'The sludgy tones work for Gytha, who with her property-developer husband Jean Michel Bouchon discovered the apartment while renting the flat next door. Where possible, Gytha has avoided using paint. 'I don't really like it' she says. 'It gives no depth.' Instead a linen-effect wallpaper by Flamant has been used in the main bedroom, acting as a moody backdrop to a gallery wall of pictures and the red upholstered headboard. 'It never scuffs, and at night - with low light - it's just magical. I'm an anti-spotlight person.'Simon Brown64/151Native ShareFeeling studious? A simple desk and an upholstered chair from Robert Kime creates a study area in the corner of this bedroom. The bedroom is elegant in its simplicity. The curtains are unlined with aquamarine silk from Claremont, with an inner curtain of linen. 'When the sun shines, I draw the curtains, which throws a luminous light everywhere,' says the owner. The walls are covered with tadelakt - a decorative lime-based plaster originally from Morocco.Sharyn Cairns65/151Native ShareBedroom ideas that incorporate a mixture of styles of furniture from different periods can look incredibly chic against a dark backdrop. Here a Fifties, brass wall sconce hangs above one of two vintage Scandinavian rosewood chests from Sigmar in this bedroom - the prize find of the project, according to the rooms designer Suzy Hoodless. 'I slightly wish that I'd kept those for myself,' she says wistfully. Charcoal coloured walls are combined with a lush velvet headboard in navy blue - one of our favourite bedrooms ideas.Taken from the November 2014 issue of House & GardenLucas Allen66/151Native ShareAs bedroom ideas go, this must be one of the most simple. In the main bedroom of product designer Anthony Joseph - one half of kitchenware company Joseph & Joseph - mustard textiles were chosen to complement the walls painted in Farrow & Ball's 'Mole's Breath'Taken from the March 2015 issue of House & Garden.Simon Brown67/151Native ShareThe main bedroom of this London flat is particularly sumptuous, with its flower-trail Braquenié wallpaper, figured cotton Fortuny bedspread and strawberry-silk cushions - a lesson in how to make a potentially gloomy space glow (the space was a former Victorian hospital building). The flat is the work of antiques dealer and interior designer Max Rollitt, who found the bird pictures hung above the bed in an antiques shop. If you don't have the same eagle eye, try reproduction prints from Surface View. Dimensions and prices vary for each print, but start roughly at 90 x 60cm and £175.Taken from the November 2014 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Ros Byam Shaw and Bonnie RobinsonSimon Brown68/151Native ShareThe main bedroom in Diane Nutting's manor house in Wiltshire features a showstopping Colefax and Fowler chintz fabric from the 1970s, since discontinued. The sister-in-law of Diane's first husband was Nancy Lancaster, the owner of the company.Simon Brown69/151Native ShareThis bedroom in the home of designer Bridie Hall uses a clever balance of restful colour and lively pattern.Richard Powers70/151Native ShareA 1920s French poster hangs above the bed in the main bedroom of Maryam Montague and Chris Redecke's home in the countryside of Marrakech. Maryam was responsible for much of the interior, weaving in layers of furniture, fabric, pattern and curios - including jewellery and tribal masks - gathered on countless travel trips.Simon Brown71/151Native ShareCurtains screen the bed and add a cosy feel to this spare room in the home of Anne-Marie Midy and Jorge Almada (who own design company Casamidy). Anne-Marie's grandmother made this quilt, but if you don't have such a talented grandmother, you can commission Cassandra Ellis to design and make something personal for you. Quilts using Cassandra's own vintage silks, wools and cottons cost £190 per square metre; quilts combining fabrics of your own - such as dresses, shirts or fabrics picked up on your travels - cost £165 per square metre.Paul Massey72/151Native ShareThe spare bedroom in this glamorous chalet in the French Alps was designed by Kate Earle using a neutral palette and myriad clever details. Case in point: the painted frieze and grouping of wicker mirrors above the bed, which were bought at the Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair.Taken from the April 2012 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Hatta Byng.Rachel Whiting73/151Native ShareThink outside the box when it comes to bedroom wallpaper. Here, it's teamed with contrasting paint (String, by Farrow & Ball) and peg rails for a feature wall with a retro twist.Taken from the November 2013 issue of House & Garden. Styling: Gabby Deeming.Simon Upton74/151Native ShareThe conversion of this Victorian terrace in west London was a collaborative effort between Thomas Croft Architects, John Cullen Lighting and designer Sarah Delaney. In the main bedroom, an exotic hand-painted De Gournay wallpaper depicting oriental birds amid trees and flowers on a silver background is combined with panelling salvaged from another local house refurbishment.Taken from the July 2012 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Fiona MacLeod. Locations editor: Liz Elliot.Mel Yates75/151Native ShareThe owner of this London flat, a prolific collector of art and antiquities, has turned it into a veritable chamber of wonders, while ensuring that it also functions as a supremely comfortable home. The bed hangings are made from the reverse side of a Fortuny material and topped with antique, wood and gilt corona found in a Cotswold antique shop. On the wall is a famous portrait of Anne Hyde, Duchess of York, by Sir Peter Lely.Taken from the November 2011 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Caroline Clifton-Mogg. Locations editor: Lavinia Bolton.Helen Cathcart76/151Native ShareThe main bedroom in designer Paul de Zwart's Kensal Rise home cleverly combines decorative details with storage; a chest of drawers built into the alcove is made from the same material as the wall cladding. The two 'Leggera' chairs from Giò Ponti add colour.Taken from the November 2012 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Dominic Bradbury.Elsa Young77/151Native ShareProof that you can make the functional beautiful is this mosquito-net-draped bed at the Segera eco retreat in Kenya, started by businessman and entrepreneur Jochen Zeitz, a passionate advocate of conservation and sustainable tourism.Taken from the February 2014 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Caroline Clifton-Mogg.Simon Upton78/151Native ShareWill Fisher and his wife Charlotte of Jamb have completely refashioned their eighteenth-century house in south east London, relaying the wooden antique floors, reproducing the cornicing and installing period chimneypieces and stonework. The couple have done a great deal to bring that much sought-after - but rarely achieved - country-house look to the mainstream aesthetic.Taken from the September 2013 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Liz Elliot.79/151Native ShareThe best thing about having a small or strangely shaped room is the opportunity it presents to use your space imaginatively. The alcove behind the door, in the home of designer Patrick Williams of Berdoulat design, has been turned in to a charming sleeping nook. Enclosed behind the curtain are shelves, and a lamp for reading. The room is painted in Farrow and Ball's 'Lamp Room Gray'; while the random-width floorboards were bought on eBay. Reclaimed drawers are used under the bed as storage.Taken from the November 2012 issue of House & Garden.Paul Massey80/151Native ShareIf you're afraid of mixing pattern, start with stripes. A variety of sizes in the same colour adds interest, yet fits with the calm atmosphere of a bedroom. Designer Paolo Moschino chose a nautical colour scheme of blue and white for this fisherman's cottage in Cornwall.Taken from the August 2013 issue of House & Garden.81/151Native ShareBridie Hall's collection of Japanese prints hangs in a spare room; the bedcover was purchased on Portobello Road.Taken from the March 2014 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Liz Elliot.82/151Native ShareThe rich, witty and wonderfully eclectic interiors of designer Nicky Haslam's sixteenth-century, gothic-revival hunting lodge have long been coveted by all of us here at House & Garden. So when we heard he was producing a furniture range for Oka, based on pieces from his own home, we were extremely excited. Following his motto 'use something red and gothic in each room and you're all right,' the collection has ogees, points, tracery and quatrefoils a-plenty, offering the chance to recreate at least a part of his look. House & Garden shot the collection in situ at the house. Here in the bedroom 'The Original Orangery Stepped' bedside table, works beautifully with the vertical floral border on the wall (a lovely decorative idea for older houses) and antique chintz bed canopy.Taken from the October 2013 issue of House & Garden.83/151Native Share'I got it off Ebay for £200' says designer Diana Sieff of the four-poster bed in the bedroom of her Oxfordshire home. 'I like using big furniture in small spaces, because it gives the illusion that the room is bigger. Although I did have to take the finials off the bed posts, as they hit the ceiling.' One of Diana's trademarks is to forego curtains in favour of shutters. 'I had them made,' she explains, 'which I prefer because they are minimal and less light-excluding.' The walls are covered in - 'Adams Eden' by Lewis & Wood.Taken from the November 2013 issue of House & Garden.Sarah Hogan84/151Native ShareGabby Deeming has created the atmosphere of a New England-style holiday home with painted wood and faded stripes. The walls are in 'Faded Damask' by Mulberry Home, while the bespoke wooden headboard can be made to order by Fafio, and is painted (along with all the rest of the wood work) in 'Sea Cliff' eggshell from Sanderson. The bedding is from Romo, and the driftwood side table is Oka.Taken from the April 2014 issue of House & Garden. Photograph by Sarah HoganRichard Powers85/151Native ShareIn the main bedroom of this Chelsea family home designed by Turner Pocock, a hand-painted de Gournay silk wallpaper and an elegant chandelier sets the tone, but a pompom trim on the curtains, ('Arrango Linen' from Zinc Textile) adds a touch of playfulness and frivolity.Taken from the March 2014 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Hatta Byng.Andrew Montgomery86/151Native ShareThere can be few House & Garden readers who are unfamiliar with the cult names and sought-after colours of the Farrow & Ball paint chart. Friends and business partners Martin Ephson and Tom Helme, the men responsible for planting it firmly in the nation's consciousness, sold the company in 2006, and have since launched textiles company Fermoie. House & Garden decoration editor Gabby Deeming created a pretty scheme using their fabrics. The padded headboard, upholstered in the 'Rabanna' cotton is from Fafio, while the sofa and chair are both from Howe.Taken from the August 2012 issue of House & Garden.Simon Upton87/151Native ShareA charming mix of antique textiles and a curtainless four-poster bed designed by Max Rollitt, make up the focal point of this London bedroom. Find a similar bedspread at the Antique Textiles Company or commission Cassandra Ellis to design and make one bespoke.Taken from the October 2013 issue of House & GardenPaul Massey88/151Native ShareInterior designer Marion Lichtig designed the headboards in the spare room to echo the nineteenth-century Dutch, harlequin-painted armoire. The pretty floral quilts were found in France, but the floral ranges from Ikea (such as Emmie Blom) are a good match.Taken from the October 2013 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Judith Wilson and Emily Tobin.Simon Upton89/151Native ShareThe bedroom of decorator Emma Burns of Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler is quintessentially English in both its gentle antique style and its 'make do and mend' execution. 'The bedhead is covered in an ancient patchwork made from my mother's old dresses. I originally used it as a tablecloth,' she says. 'For me the bedroom is as important as the sitting room; it is a place of refuge that I use for resting and reading. I like to fill it with books, pictures and armchairs. I've kept a feeling of softness by using a very subtle stippling effect on the walls, and some translucent blinds from Chelsea Textiles under the curtains, which allow a diffuse light into the room. My linen is from Volga Linen.'Taken from the May 2013 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Emily Senior.Paul Massey90/151Native ShareTo furnish the rooms of Song Saa, the private island hotel in Cambodia that she part owns with her husband, Melita Hunter travelled widely through South-East Asia gathering ideas and commissioning craftsmen. This four-poster bed was commissioned in Cambodia, and copied from a design Melita had seen in Chaing Mai. It is hung with White Muslin from Thailand.From House & Garden's 2012 Hotels by Design supplementPaul Massey91/151Native ShareEtt Hem in Stockholm must be one the most beautiful hotels in the world. Designed by Ilse Crawford of Studioilse, the traditional bones of the room, including the Swedish tiled stove in the corner, work beautifully with playful modern pieces. For a similar knitted pouf we recommend getting the real hand-made deal from Claire Anne O'Brien, who can take bespoke commissions.From House & Garden's 2012 Hotels by Design supplementJake Curtis92/151Native ShareHouse & Garden decoration editor Gabby Deeming has created a relaxed summer-holiday feel with a Mediterranean-inspired selection of wood and antique metal furniture. The oiled-oak 'Clyde' side table, is £550 from Pinch, while on the floor, the blue striped cotton dhurrie rug is from a selection at Guinevere antiques.The bed frame is antique, but for similar try the 'Somerset' at Laura Ashley. A French, nineteenth-century ash chest of drawers from Colefax and Fowler Antiques complements the iron and glass chandelier. For similar try the 'Chantal' at Graham & Green. The raffia wall shade on the back wall is from the The Conran Shop.Taken from the July 2014 issue of House & Garden.Joakim Blockstrom93/151Native ShareInspired by old document print fabrics in rich, floral motifs, Gabby Deeming and Ruth Sleightholme created a sumptuous room for the March 2015 issue's decoration story.WALLSFabric, 'Toile Rivière Enchantée' (corail), by Charles Burgerlinen/cotton, £106 a metre, at Turnell & Gigon. Skirting, 'Light Blue', £36 for 2.5 litres matt emulsion, at Farrow & Ball.Wallpaper(in bedroom), 'Dragged' (1214), £60 a 10-metre roll, at Farrow & Ball. Metal half-tester, 'Laurel', 11 x 74 x 42cm, £89, at Oka. Bed curtain, 'Rayures Nantes' (blue), by Clarence House, linen/cotton, £276.80 a metre, at Turnell & Gigon, lined in 'Lining Stripe' (black), cotton, £19.50 a metre, at Ian Mankin.FLOOROak flooring, 'Single Stave Blocks' (white oiled), £56 a square metre, at Junckers. Wool flatweave rug, 'Herat', 318 x 489cm, £5,950, at Robert Stephenson.FURNITUREFruitwood commode, papered in Fifties wallpaper, 82 x 100 x 56cm, £2,200, from Fleur de Bois. King-size divan, 'De Luxe', £2,785, from Vi-Spring. Headboard, 'Livia', from £980, from Ensemblier; covered in 'Nightingale Stripe' (ice blue), by Le Gracieux, hemp, £298 a metre, at Tissus d'Hélène. Iron and leather bench, 'Cleopatra', 40 x 102 x 40cm, £1,600, at Victoria Stainow.ACCESSORIESVintage birdcage, £1,000, at The Conran Shop. Radio, 'Pal' (red), by Tivoli, £179, at The Conran Shop. Ceramic table lamp, 'Delilah', £70, with silk shade, 'Gold', £70, at Pooky. Linen bedding, 'Selena' (neige), king-size duvet cover, £351, pillowcase, £51; and cotton bedspread, 'Gujarat', £231; all at Caravane. Embroidered cushions, 'Iznik', £130 each; and antique checked and striped cushions, £190 each; all at Robert Kime.Taken from the March 2015 issue of House & GardenSimon Brown94/151Native ShareThis bedroom is within the Cotswolds home of architect Richard Parr. The chest of drawers from Bryanmawr Furniture Makers, is made from oak and compliments the simple, yet timeless feel of the bedroom. The Fifties Italian vintage shield mirror hung over the bed was bought from The Cabinet Rooms a pop-up auction with great mid-century-modern pieces.95/151Native ShareThe stuff of dreams. Author and designer Paul Golding spent seven years restoring this this exquisite 18th century palazzo in Malta. 'I couldn't resist its romantic decay!' Built by the distinguished Maltese architect Francesco Sammut, the bedroom is stenciled with a pattern copied from a Carmelite convent in Medina. The chandelier is from Julian Chichester, while the magnificent gesso and silver gilt bed and table were commissioned from Brighton-based furniture maker https://instagram.com/explore/tags/lincolncato/Lincoln Cato.Taken from the July 2015 issue of House & GardenCarolyn Barber96/151Native ShareUsing a chic modernist pallet of bold colours creates a light and inviting bedroom scene. The walls are covered in 'Weathered Walls' by Maya Romanoff at Pierre Frey with a bold patterned curtain from 'Jardin d'Osier' silk at Hermès. The mirror from The Conran Shop creates an added depth to the room, and makeshift bedside storage.97/151Native ShareFor interior designer Charlotte Crosland and the owner of this reconfigured central London flat, a shared vision has resulted in generously comfortable rooms accented with splashes of colour. In this spare room, the vibrant decoration includes a yellow Volga blanket and a painted antique chest of drawers from Myriad.Taken from the September 2015 issue of House & Garden.Greg Funnell98/151Native ShareIn the home of artist Sarah Graham interest is added to a neutral colour scheme with Moroccan rugs and a dark green blind.Alexander James99/151Native ShareIn their spare room, Ed and Polly Nicholson have chosen an elegantly simple four-poster bed from Max Rollitt, which ensures the focus is on the 'Adam's Eden' wallpaper from Lewis & Wood.100/151Native ShareA bed with a half-tester canopy made by J Gee Blinds takes centre stage in the main bedroom of a London flat designed by Charlotte Crosland, accessorised with a fleur-de-lis cover by Neisha Crosland and cushions that mirror the floral motifs on the decorative wall.Ngoc Minh Mgo101/151Native ShareInterior designer Harriet Anstruther's grandmother's shawl makes the bed in the spare room of her Sussex farmhouse especially cosy, while the wooden crates used as a side table add a rustic edge.Alexander James102/151Native ShareThe spare room in this Georgian town house in Ludlow designed by Caroline Harrowby is papered in 'Alderney' from Colefax and Fowler. This adds interest to the space, which is light and airy - a fitting style for a small bedroom.Simon Brown103/151Native ShareIn the spare bedroom of Caroline Holdaway's cottage, an olive-stripe flatweave rug from Sinclair Till contrasts with a vibrant tartan rug from Toast used as a bedspread and cushions made from fabric pieces left over from projects.Jake Curtis104/151Native ShareIn designer Ben Pentreath's flat, both bedrooms are papered. As Ben explains, 'I like using wallpaper because I love the layers of pattern and colour that it brings to a room.' Soane's delicate 'Seaweed Lace' wallpaper contrasts with the bold blanket from Pendleton in the main bedroom. A Marianna Kennedy 'Spring' lamp in blue adds a different colour to the room.Paul Massey105/151Native ShareThis bed in the bedroom of gilder Clare Mosley and husband Mark Bicknell was bought in Paris. Its journey hasn't been smooth. During the eight months it took to make the house reasonably habitable, Clare and Mark camped in one room and the builders worked around them. However, even this safeguard did not protect them from a few of the traditional building disasters. Having gone away for two days, they returned to find that the bed had been cut up and thrown out of the window and into a waiting skip below. Thankfully, it was saved. It is now resplendent with matching quilt, half-tester and cushions in 'Mikado L2804' by Le Manach.Taken from the January 2016 issue of House & Garden.Simon Brown106/151Native ShareIn the main bedroom of Robin Muir's house, which was designed by Caroline Holdaway, the bedcover is 'Fig' from Raoul Textiles; the reverse is used for the cushions. Unpolished floorboards and white walls give this room a pared-back look.Jake Curtis107/151Native ShareEarth-coloured walls, green touches and an oak bedside table make up a natural design in this bedroom, decorated by Gabby Deeming.WALL Paint, 'Hot Earth', £42.50 for 2.5 litres matt emulsion, from Paint & Paper Library. Curtains, 'Reeds' (green/blue/white), by Alexandra Palmowski for Virginia White Collection, linen, £125 a metre, from Redloh House Fabrics. Framed print, Figgy, by Kate Boxer, 45.5 x 63cm, £590, from Giovanna Ticciati.FLOOR Cotton rag rug, 'Rosepath' (dark blue), by Vandra Rugs, 297 x 241cm, £3,554, from Sinclair Till.FURNITURE Metal bed, 'Tuvalu', 250 x 210 x 160cm, £2,590 including mattress, from Oka. Early-twentieth-century oak hexagonal table, 75 x 75cm diameter, £1,400, from Alexander von Westenholz.ACCESSORIES Cushions, from left: 'Verandah' (burnt orange), by Veere Grenney, linen, £150 a metre, from Tissus d'Hélène; 'Ombre' (blue/rust), mohair, 50cm square, £85 each; and 'Abstract Zig Zag' (blue), linen, 30 x 50cm, £79; both from The Conran Shop. Linenbedlinen (soft pink), from £30 for a pillowcase; cotton scarf (used as bed throw), 'Kantha', 220 x 100cm, £705; glazed stoneware mug, £30; all from The Conran Shop. Maple vessel, by Hans Henning Pedersen, 18 x 15cm diameter, £250, from Flow. Stoneware 'Round Bottomed Vessel' (used as vase), by Iva Polachova, £330, from The New Craftsmen. Glazed ceramic and polished nickel table lamp with handkerchief linen shade, 'Gallatin' (moss), 73 x 20cm base diameter, £1,895, from Remains.108/151Native ShareSkylight Blue. In the main bedroom of Rita Konig's London flat, Rita sourced 'acres of C & C Milano wool' for generous curtains and chose Farrow & Ball's 'Skylight' paint for the walls.Paul Massey109/151Native ShareOriginally Rita's room before the expansion of her London flat, the spare room has curtains in 'Broadcloth' felt from Hainsworth and is lined in Tyler Hall's 'First Bloom' wallpaper from Tissus d'Hélène, with a Guatemalan tapestry that Phil brought back from his travels.Simon Brown110/151Native ShareIn this north London house, designed by Caroline Holdaway, the light wall panelling and white bedlinen act as a foil for various patterned Celia Birtwell fabrics in the main bedroom. The owner Paul says, 'It's the most lovely house to wake up in. We never completely lower the bedroom blinds, so we wake up with the light. In spring, the views are of blossom, in summer of leaves, in winter the sky.'Rachel Whiting111/151Native ShareWhy not perk up your bedroom with a simple bed canopy. This curtain was created with two fabrics from Fermoie and edged with rufflette. The top of the canopy is covered with a simple frame edged with a scallop trim.112/151Native ShareLayers of pattern decorate the main bedroom in the Hampshire home of designer and antiques dealer Max Rollitt. The room is lined in Pierre Frey's 'Sans Papillons' wallpaper and features a canopy bed.Simon Upton113/151Native ShareOne of the guest bedroom at Bowood House in Wiltshire has walls covered in Colefax & Fowler's 'Bowood' design - a pattern named after this house with interiors by John Fowler. The same pattern features on the bed valance, headboard, curtains and chair upholstery.Paul Massey114/151Native ShareThe bamboo desk in the main bedroom of textiles designer Susan Deliss' French country house came from Golborne Road, London. The curtains are made from heavy French linen, dyed a bright pink - here Deliss proves that pink needn't be precious, it can be bold and punchy when used correctly.Ola O Smit115/151Native ShareStylist Alexander Breeze's bedroom is painting in a very matt yet rich grey-green: 'Olive' by Farrow & Ball. He bought an inexpensive bed and painted it himself. The striking plywood headboard was designed by Breeze and made with the help of bespoke laser cutting service Cut Laser Cut.This bedroom is an ode to antiquity with touches of the Neoclassical, Empire Style and Classical-inspired littered throughout the space, most of which was designed and made by Alexander himself - the headboard with colours of an Attic vase, for example. Follow Breeze's lead, pick up a pot of paint and get experimenting with patterns and motifs from your favourite era!Simon Brown116/151Native ShareCushions from Beaumont & Fletcher are among the golden accents in this spare room in the London flat of Hannah Cecil Gurney, the daughter of Claud Cecil Gurney, founder of the handmade wallpaper company de Gournay. The walls are clad in a glorious green hand-painted wallpaper. Follow Hannah's lead and inject some glamour into your spare room - we promise you're guests won't be dissappointed!Simon Brown117/151Native ShareIn the main bedroom in Hannah Cecil Gurney's London flat has hand-painted silk cushions and a Burmese lamp pick up on the green in the 'Badminton' wallpaper by de Gournay, the wallpaper company her father founded in 1986.Sharyn Cairns118/151Native ShareBen Pentreath's Dorset parsonage has a traditional country-style spare bedroom; the four poster bed is covered in a quilt made by Ben's mother in the Seventies.Sharyn Cairns119/151Native ShareThe main bedroom of Ben Pentreath's Georgian country house is painted in what he lovingly refers to as 'freshly laid cowpat' - an earthy green from Papers & Paints, officially known as '4-050'. The bed is covered with a fresh Indian printed-cotton cover.Paul Massey120/151Native ShareThis bedroom in the Tudor wing of Bradwell Lodge - the perfect neoclassical country house in miniature - is decorated with 'Regent' wallpaper and matching blinds from Bernard Thorp. The scheme may be sweet and soothing but the room is allegedly haunted.Paul Massey121/151Native ShareThe Pink Room in Bradwell Lodge is fun, feminine and fancy. A bold Bernard Thorp fabric, 'Brimble', has been used on the walls and bed, and for the blind: this creates a lovely sense of continuity in the space.122/151Native ShareA modern bedside table and monochromatic rug designed by Studio Ashby feature in the guest bedroom in a flat that has been transformed from a stark new-build to a characterful home. The pattern on the padded headboard is reflected in the artwork above the bed.Tim Beddow123/151Native ShareAfter visiting her friend Kathryn Ireland in France's Tarn region, Anne Halsey bought a French farmhouse retreat there and enlisted the help of the decorator to create a relaxed space perfect for entertaining. This double guest room mixes different colours while sticking to the same gingham pattern (see the lamp shade, blanket and padded headboard), making for a colourful, chic and coordinated space.Tim Beddow124/151Native ShareAfter visiting her friend Kathryn Ireland in France's Tarn region, Anne Halsey bought a French farmhouse retreat there. The furniture in this bedroom was sourced from local antiques shops and markets. Raoul Textiles 'Mahatma' design was used for the curtains, with the armchair upholstered in Kathryn M Ireland's 'Ikat Stripe' and amps from Vaughan add another layer of pattern.Paul Massey125/151Native ShareIn the bedroom of this minimal Manhattan house designed by Rita Konig, the bed linen is from Monogrammed Linen Shop. The side table is by Christian Liaigre and the rug from Luke Irwin.When Rita arrived, she immediately found the interior plan verging on stark. The owner had warned her that she did not want pattern, but Rita thought this was negotiable. To soften up this bedroom, with its grey faux panelling, she upholstered the bed in a delicate two-tone Italian fabric by Idarica Gazzoni. The pattern is then repeated on a sheer window blind.Michael Sinclair126/151Native ShareIn a valley on the Waddesdon Manor estate sits Flint House, an award-winning example of contemporary architecture commissioned by Jacob Rothschild. David Mlinaric, a long-time collaborator of the Rothschilds, helped with the interiors, acquiring the odd new piece of furniture and dipping into the Waddesdon storeroom, known as 'the Pink Shed', for others. In the main bedroom a feeling of cosseting warmth has been created in this otherwise white interior by painting two walls a rich teal and adding a large dark carpet in a sumptuous fabric. The sceme is tied together by the dark valance, while a convex mirror by Collier Webb adds sparkle and reflects the landscape.Rachel Whiting127/151Native ShareEdward Bulmer's 'Azurite' paint has been used on the walls of this blue bedroom, which stars a four-poster bed with a pink canopy from Soane. The design is part of The Scheme: Opposites Attract by Gabby Deeming.WALLS Paint, 'Azurite', £41.50 for 2.5 litres natural emulsion, from Edward Bulmer Natural Paints. Framed vintage print (left), 85 x 115cm, £850, from William Yeoward. Framed lithograph, Surrounded Islands, by Christo and Jeanne Claude, 75 x 110cm, £1,200, from Wilson Stephens & Jones.FLOOR Seagrass 'Basketweave', 400cm wide, £39 a square metre, from Crucial Trading.FURNITURE Hand-lacquered hardwood side tables, 'Hudson' (marine blue), by Rita Konig, 63 x 71 x 56cm, £1,975 each, from The Lacquer Company. Beech-framed bespoke canopy bed, 210 x 151 x 200cm, in 'Paisley Parrott' (jewel), cotton, and 'Coral' (pink), cotton, from £25,000 as shown, from Soane. Oak and paper-cord bench, '63A', by J L Møllers, 46 x 120 x 40cm, £632, from Skandium.ACCESSORIES Plaster table lamps, 'Very Good Seconds', by Viola Lanari, 50 x 10cm diameter; with cotton lampshades, 'Bedwyn' (yellow wicker), 35cm diameter, £135 each, from Fermoie. Cotton oxford pillowcases, 'Mariette', £26 each, from Cologne & Cotton. Linen quilt (light blue/natural), 140 x 210cm, £390, from Once Milano. Early-nineteenth-century cotton cushion, 45 x 70cm, £140, from Katharine Pole.Simon Upton128/151Native ShareThis country-style bedroom features a pretty bed canopy in green and white, setting the colour scheme for the space. A pair of Sixties China table lamps and a collection of framed William Blake prints on the walls add character.This newbuild country house is a triumph of teamwork, with architects and designers collaborating to create the owner's perfect home. The West Country location combines rural peace, privacy and views across fields and woodland with the convenient proximity of a main road; the architecture is a gentle mix of classical symmetry and vernacular charm; and the interior decoration matches furnishings from a previous house with new additions, including some specially commissioned pieces.Rachel Whiting129/151Native ShareThe artist owners of this London house called on interior designer Beata Heuman to create a family home full of fun, distinctive design. A highly original space, unapologetically theatrical and oozing energy. 'The owners are both artists. They have quite wild tastes and they love strong colours,' says Beata. The main bedroom has a bespoke sofa upholstered in Beata's signature marbleised fabric and lion claw feet. Other notable features include a pair of breglass dance-hall mirrors from French Loft and the ceiling painted in 'Lulworth Blue' by Farrow & Ball. 'I have this thing about painting ceilings blue. It seems over the top, but it adds a feeling of height and once it is in, you don't really think about it'.Rachel Whiting130/151Native ShareThe artist owners of this London house called on interior designer Beata Heuman to create a family home full of fun, distinctive design and punchy colours. A highly original space, unapologetically theatrical and oozing energy. 'The owners are both artists. They have quite wild tastes and they love strong colours,' says Beata. This bedroom, decorated in different shades of blue, is given a lift by a mustard throw on the bed.Michael Sinclair131/151Native ShareThis bedroom is full of texture, with an exposed brick wall setting off the earthy palette. One of a pair of lights by Swedish designer Poul Henningsen hangs over the bed in this spare room, which is also lit by a skylight. The bedspread is by Brigitte Singh, based on a Mughal design, and the cushions are made from an antique Japanese obi sash.The all-green garden looks particularly wonderful following this charming room, and the bricks, tiles, and colours from the garden link the two spaces.The designer Jane Gowers discovered her stylish London terrace house by chance, but its restoration and decoration have been the result of good judgement and a sympathetic approach.Michael Sinclair132/151Native ShareA sense of timelessness combined with simplicity and sophistication characterises Arnaud Zannier's collection of hotels, as well as his shoe business. It is a design ethos reflected in his family home near Ghent. Refined and relaxed, the home echews trneds and adopts classic style instead. Exposed wooden beams, full of knots and character, envelop the room and the bed, giving it a cosy cabin feel.Simon Brown133/151Native ShareSince moving into her husband's Wiltshire farmhouse, designer Sarah Vanrenen has enhanced its quirky charm, with an adjusted layout and unexpected colours. The embroidered linen bedspread was bought at a flea market in France, the rug came from Morocco and an Uzbek tribal coat hangs on the wall.134/151Native ShareFrom their first glimpse of this country house in Norfolk, its owners were captivated and, with the help of interior designer Veere Grenney, have put their stamp on it. In a glorious honeycomb of rooms for the youngest member of the family, there are enough small beds for the most riotous of sleepovers. In this bedroom 'Belvedere' linen in 'Straw' by Veere Grenney Associates has been used on the walls and bed draperies. The delicate colour amplified by sunshine yellow blankets.Richard Powers135/151Native ShareAndrzej Zarzycki designed a space-saving bed in the spare room of this provençal holiday house. The piece has a desk area on one side and a bed with built-in side tables on the other. The set of four artworks on the wall is by Gary Hume, and are part of a special edition created for Louis Vuitton.Andrew Montgomery136/151Native ShareFor a scheme in House & Garden's August 2017 issue, Acting Decoration Editor Ruth Sleightholme worked with wicker designs and French textiles in a bedroom with distressed paintwork and tiled floors in Atelier Vime's eighteenth-century hôtel particulier, Hotel Drujon.WALLS Patina and specialist colour-matching, £55 a square metre, by Elise Orrier. Similar eighteenth-century giltwood mirror, £575, from M Charpentier Antiques. 'No 121' bronze wall light, £2,900, from La Maison Charles. Rope and raffia wall light, by Audoux-Minet, £600 for a pair, from Atelier Vime. FURNITURE Wicker headboard, from £800; 'Ollivier' metal and rattan side table, £520; both from Atelier Vime. ACCESSORIES 'Madrigal' waterlily soap, by Claus Porto, £16, from Cologne & Cotton. 'Bistrot' nickel and ceramic soap dish, £297.60, from The Water Monopoly. 'Malmaison' silver tray, £1,253; and teaspoons, £50 each; all from Christofle. Similar silver coffee pot, £900, from Linden & Co. 'Losanges' porcelain teacups and saucers, £71.42 each, from Royal Limoges. Pillowcases and sheet, 'Emilie', by Nicole Fabre Designs, linen, £189 a metre, from Tissus d'Hélène. 'Seraphine' hand-embroidered kingsize cotton flat sheet, £175, from Cologne & Cotton. Eighteenth-century French linen cushions, £590 for a pair, from Katharine Pole. 'Tarascon' linen quilt with cotton filling, £550, from Christopher Moore.Andrew Montgomery137/151Native ShareThis bedroom from a scheme in the May 2017 issue of House & Garden was inspired by the Regency era's elaborate plaster and stucco work, curved shapes and rich velvets. Styled by Ruth Sleightholme.WALLS 'Roman Emperor Intaglio Cases', by Bridie Hall, £455 each, from Pentreath & Hall. FURNITURE Ebonised wood George III-style dining chair, £1,800 a pair, from Guinevere. 'Courtesan' lacquered pine four-poster bed, by Pedro da Costa Felgueiras, £9,250 excluding mattress, from The New Craftsmen. 'Spear Trophy' cast-iron table, £5,400, from Cox London. Nineteenth-century painted-wood and velvet stool, £5,900, from Rose Uniacke. ACCESSORIES 'A4 Bookcloth Boxfile' (pink), £28.50, from Pentreath & Hall. Silk-covered notebook (aqua), by Shepherds Bookbinders, £75, from The New Craftsmen. 'Vienna' (flamenco) bed curtain fabric, cotton velvet, £170 a metre, from de Le Cuona. Linen bedding, from £48 for a pillowcase, from Larusi. Velvet cushions, £65 each, from Kirsten Hecktermann. Cashmere throw (antique gold), by Begg & Co, £695; velvet 'End of Bed Quilt' (slate), by Niki Jones, £199; both from The Conran Shop. 'Column' brass and glass lamp base (pink), £450; 'Orange Flame' silk lampshade, by Melodi Horne, £310; both from Pentreath & Hall. 'Jour' glass, by Inga Sempé (aqua), £30 a pair, from Nude. Chinese oxblood-glazed porcelain ginger jar (used as vase), £550, from Guinevere.Alexander James138/151Native ShareBedlinen by Yves Delorme covers the bed in the master bedroom of this restored weavers' house in Spitalfields; the mirror-fronted chiffonier came from a junk shop in Kingston.Paul Massey139/151Native ShareIn the main bedroom of Ashby Manor House, a floral screen has been repurposed as a headboard. The chest of drawers is from Hugh Leuchars.Alex James140/151Native ShareSituated between Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains, the holiday home of Colefax & Fowler's Trudi Ballard, is decorated in a combination of English country-house style and traditional Moroccan elements. The site of the house is perfect: down a dirt track or two and into an olive grove, where the house seems almost part of the landscape. At the end of a gravel path is a studded wooden door leading to a shaded walk and then a cool, airy hall through french windows. This bedroom has a pretty delft-blue palette, with an Indian cotton bedspread and plates above the chimneypiece from Fez.Alex James141/151Native ShareTrudi Ballard, press officer of Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler has decorated her elegant Marrakech house in a combination of English country-house style with traditional Moroccan elements. A rug - a gift from a friend - brightens the scheme, while the raffia ceiling lights from Henry Cath are a unifying element that has been used in all the bedrooms. The light-filled house opens out from a courtyard with a traditionally tiled, cloistered walkway to one side from which bedrooms lead off, each with its own terrace.Andreas Von Einsiedel142/151Native ShareMaximising light and space was essential to show the owner's post-war art and sleek French art deco furniture to their best advantage in this elegant Pimlico flat. In the bedroom nineteenth-century photographs bought from Portobello Market hang above the bed, while built in bookshelves flank the windows.Davide Lovatti143/151Native ShareIn this attic room, wood panelling has been painted in Farrow & Ball's 'India Yellow'.Known for their restoration of historic buildings in Scotland, conservation architects Nick Groves-Raines and Kristin Hannesdottir relished the challenge of saving Lamb's House in Leith, where they now live and work.Michael Sinclair144/151Native ShareThe panelling in this bedroom is painted in Farrow & Ball's 'New White'.Hidden in a Somerset valley, this restored Georgian house was an irresistible challenge for its owners, who put together a team including architect Ptolemy Dean for the painstaking restoration, which won a Georgian Group award in 2015.Emma Lewis145/151Native ShareHaving moved from a Georgian manor, Clare Agnew reworked the conversion of a 300-year-old barn in Norfolk to create a secluded home for her family, in which the inside works in harmony with the garden and the marshland beyond.The spare bedroom in the east wing of the house has French-style shutters that open up to the en-suite bathroom.Emma Lewis146/151Native ShareA polished cherry dressing table features in this bedroom, which has a green and white colour scheme given character with country-style check patterned fabrics.Having moved from a Georgian manor, Clare Agnew reworked the conversion of a 300-year-old barn in Norfolk to create a secluded home for her family, in which the inside works in harmony with the garden and the marshland beyond.Michael Sinclair147/151Native ShareA spare bedroom with wooden furniture and a window seat in the terrace house of Lady Wakefield. The beautiful Georgian window - found in a junk shop on the King's Road - was added in 1998 by the owners.Paul Massey148/151Native ShareDesigner Guy Goodfellow has made the window a feature in this manor-house bedroom in Devon. Its casement is painted in Rose of Jericho's 'Mountain Green', framed by thick linen curtains and with a smart seat underneath. The ceiling is painted with floral motifs, giving the appearance of pargeting. To replicate these murals, try the painter Dawn Reader.Taken from the March 2016 issue of House & Garden.Michael Sinclair149/151Native ShareBold colours and a variety of smart textures and weaves showcase wool's versatility in this bedroom. Green 'Fennel Leaf' walls (paint from Sanderson) and padded headboards feature in this twin room. The latter are 'Olympe' from Ensemblierhttp://ensemblierlondon.com/ London and covered in 'Folklore' by designer Kit Kemp, available from Christopher Farr Cloth.Taken from the November 2015 issue of House & Garden. Styling: Gabby Deeming.150/151Native ShareIn the London apartment of Venetian designer Alvise Orsini, ricepaper has been painted to match two eighteenth-century Chinese wall panels found at auction. 'It is impossible to tell the difference,' he says. The gilded bed, possibly by Georges Jacob (1739-1814) was found in Paris, while the eighteenth-century velvet bedcover, embroidered with gold thread, was acquired at a Christie's textiles auction.Lucas Allen151/151Native ShareA pretty soft green and white bedroom colour scheme makes for an elegant spare bedroom in this Manhattan townhouse designed by Hugh Leslie. Antique lamps from James McWhirter sit on rattan side tables from Soane; the leaf-print wallpaper is by Marthe Armitage.TopicsBedroomDecorating By RoomDecoration
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BodyHow to Decorate a Bedroom Explore this Article parts 1 Getting Started 2 Decorating the Walls and Windows 3 Adding Pillows, Linens, Curtains, and Rugs 4 Adding Accents and Accessories + Show 1 more... - Show less... Other Sections Questions & Answers Video Tips and Warnings Related Articles References Article Summary Co-authored by Katherine Tlapa Last Updated: May 6, 2021 References Approved X This article was co-authored by Katherine Tlapa. Katherine Tlapa is an interior designer, currently working as a Design Specialist for Modsy, a design service based in San Francisco. She also runs her own DIY Home Design blog, My Eclectic Grace. She received her BFA in Interior Architecture from Ohio University in 2016. There are 8 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. wikiHow marks an article as reader-approved once it receives enough positive feedback. In this case, several readers have written to tell us that this article was helpful to them, earning it our reader-approved status. This article has been viewed 1,000,493 times. Are you tired of coming home to a nondescript bedroom? Or have you had the same style for years and want to give your room a new look? Here are some great ways to give your bedroom a new look without spending too much money. There are even a few ways to use what you have. Steps . Part 1 Part 1 of 4:Getting Started . {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/a\/ab\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-1-Version-3.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-1-Version-3.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/a\/ab\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-1-Version-3.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-1-Version-3.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. 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If you are crafty, consider some DIY decorations or furniture Consider decorating your room a little bit at a time. Maybe you do not have $500 to spend on redecorating currently. But if one month you spend $50 on paint, the next $50 on new curtains, and so on, it can be more affordable. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/7\/7d\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-2-Version-3.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-2-Version-3.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/7\/7d\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-2-Version-3.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-2-Version-3.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 2 Decide on a style for the room. While you don't absolutely have to have a specific style, this will help you decide what furniture to get, and what sorts of colors and patterns to use for things such as walls, bed linens, rugs, and pillows. Start by thinking of a place you really like, like a certain restaurant, hotel, or coffee shop. Then, use that place's style for inspiration. You can also find inspiration by: Browsing image-saving websites, such as Pinterest. Going through home decorating catalogs. Visiting some furniture stores and taking note of displays that you like. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/0\/05\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-3-Version-3.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-3-Version-3.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/0\/05\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-3-Version-3.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-3-Version-3.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 3 Consider whether you will like your style several years from now. If you are planning to stay in your house for a while and are uninterested in redecorating often, will you still like the style you have now? If you go through different interests often, choose a style with a neutral color scheme and versatile furniture that can be reused later on. Express your current interests with smaller items you can easily change, such as throw pillows, lights, and wall decorations. If you are a teen, you are likely to change interests fairly quickly. What were your passions at 13 may be different at 17. Be careful of over-committing to a theme. It is one thing to have your sheet set have a theme of horses. But if your bed, lamps, curtains, artwork, throw-pillows, carpet, and more have horses, that could be a bit too much. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/9\/96\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-4-Version-3.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-4-Version-3.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/9\/96\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-4-Version-3.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-4-Version-3.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 4 Make sure your room is clean. If your room is very messy or cluttered, you might want to clean it first. This will give you a blank slate to work with. It will be easier to move things around and see how they look. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/d\/d6\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-5-Version-3.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-5-Version-3.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/d\/d6\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-5-Version-3.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-5-Version-3.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 5 Get rid of unnecessary clutter. Review your room decor. Do you have a theme already in your room, or a mishmash of different themes? Consider getting rid of some items that you no longer use, or that no longer suit your taste or style. You can sell these items online or donate them to a charity center. If you have something that you still like, but that no longer suits the current style of your room, see if you can re-purpose, repaint, or redecorate it. Don't get rid of everything just because you're redesigning your room. You still want your room to be functional. Hold on to the must-haves like a bed, dresser, and stand — you can always revamp them to match your new style. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/b\/b9\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-6-Version-3.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-6-Version-3.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/b\/b9\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-6-Version-3.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-6-Version-3.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 6 Consider working with what you already have. If you are on a budget, take a look at your current furniture, and see if you can re-purpose them to fit your new style. A simple wooden bed can easily be made to fit lots of different styles with the right paint job or bed linens. For example: Paint your bed a solid color for a sleek, modern look. Add a colorful quilt and lots of pillows with different patterns for a boho look. For a vintage, country-chic look, you could paint your bed a base color, and then add a second coat of a crackle-effect paint to get that weathered look. You can also swap out furniture from other rooms in your house. Advertisement Part 2 Part 2 of 4:Decorating the Walls and Windows . {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/0\/08\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-7-Version-3.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-7-Version-3.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/0\/08\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-7-Version-3.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-7-Version-3.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 1 Give your walls a fresh coat of paint or apply some wallpaper. Painting the walls a new color or putting up some wallpaper can give the room a completely new look. If you don't want to do all paint or all wallpaper, add an accent wall to with one or the other to make the room more interesting. If you can't paint the walls or change the wallpaper, tack some fabric to the wall instead. Try to get it as smooth as possible. If you have a small room, consider painting your walls one color, and leaving the ceiling white. This will make your room look bigger. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/5\/5b\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-8-Version-3.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-8-Version-3.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/5\/5b\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-8-Version-3.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-8-Version-3.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 2 Consider having an accent wall. Instead of painting your entire room one color, paint three walls a neutral color, and the fourth wall a darker, contrasting color. Place all of your statement furniture against this wall. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/f\/f3\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-9-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-9-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/f\/f3\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-9-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-9-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 3 Add some designs with wall stencils. Choose a base color for the background, and a contrasting color for the designs. Paint the background color first, let it dry, then apply the designs with more paint and stencils. If you live in a rental unit, use wall decals instead. They are giant, vinyl stickers that peel off easily when it is time to move out. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/d\/d3\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-10-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-10-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/d\/d3\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-10-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-10-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 4 Hang up some posters, photos, or artwork. This is great for those who are on a budget or are unable to repaint their rooms. If you are living in a rental unit, use double-sided mounting tape, stick-on mounting hooks, or poster putty/tack instead. If you are hanging the wall art above your bed, consider matching it to your bed. For example, if your wall art has subtle hints of gold in it, consider getting gold pillows for the bed. [1] X Research source {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/a\/a5\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-11-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-11-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/a\/a5\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-11-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-11-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 5 Save space by getting items that can be fixed to the wall. Nightstands and adjustable lamps can be affixed to walls and are a great way to save space. You can also put some shelves above your bed to store some of your favorite, personal items as well. Don't put anything heavy on shelves above your bed in case something happens and one of them falls. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/7\/79\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-12-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-12-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/7\/79\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-12-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-12-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 6 Hang some fairy lights or string lights on the walls. You can use ordinary Christmas lights, or decorative ones. Decorative lights come in all different shapes and sizes, and can be found in shops that sell light fixtures and room décor. They come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and colors, such as flowers and butterflies. If your room has white or light-colored walls, choose lights with a white or clear wire. If your room has darker-colored walls, choose lights with a clear wire. Advertisement Part 3 Part 3 of 4:Adding Pillows, Linens, Curtains, and Rugs . {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/a\/a0\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-13-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-13-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/a\/a0\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-13-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-13-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 1 Add some extra pillows to your bed. To get that luxurious, hotel-like feel, plan on having two to six pillows on your bed. Place the larger pillows towards the back, and the smaller pillows towards the front. Don't be afraid to mix and match different colors and patterns.[2] X Research source Here are some more ideas to get you started:[3] X Research source Mix large, bold prints with smaller, more intricate ones. Combine organic prints with geometric prints. Use contrasting colors. For example, you could get a pillow with a bright green pattern and a plain white pillow. For accent pillows, consider using something with a textured fabric or an irregular shape. For example, you could get a velvet round pillow or a brocade tube pillow. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/8\/83\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-14-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-14-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/8\/83\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-14-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-14-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 2 Get luxurious covers. Top your bed with covers made for snuggling like a down comforter. For an added touch of luxury, consider getting a comforter with a duvet cover instead of a plain old bed sheet. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/d\/d3\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-15-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-15-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/d\/d3\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-15-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-15-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 3 Give your windows and walls some color with curtains. Try to match the curtains to some aspect of your room, such as the rug, pillows, or bed linens. You don't have to go out and buy curtains; saris and shawls can make beautiful, graceful curtains. If you live in a rental unit, you might already have blinds. See if you can place a curtain rod on top of the blinds. Consider tying back the curtains with a stylish rope. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/5\/57\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-16-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-16-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/5\/57\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-16-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-16-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 4 Add some softness and warmth with a cozy rug. Try to get a rug that matches some aspect of your room, such as the bed linens, curtains, or wall color. If the headboard is against a wall, get a rug that extends 18 to 24 inches (45 to 60 centimeters) past all three sides of the bed. The most common rug placement is just in front of the nightstands, with the rug extending past the foot of the bed. If you have a longer rug, consider tucking it under the nightstands instead; this will help ground them better. Here are some common rug sizes and bed sizes:[4] X Research source [5] X Research source If you have a twin, double, or full sized bed, get a 5 by 8 foot or a 8 by 10 foot rug. If you have a queen or king sized bed, get a 8 by 10 foot or 9 by 12 foot rug. If your room already has a carpet, consider placing a small rug on one side of the bed. Sheepskin rugs are great for this. Advertisement Part 4 Part 4 of 4:Adding Accents and Accessories . {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/4\/45\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-17-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-17-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/4\/45\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-17-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-17-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 1 Add warmth with lighting. Soft overhead lighting or a clip-on overhead lamp is a great way to accomplish this. You can also use tall, standing lamps in corners, or desk lamps on dressers. Fairy lights and string lights are a great way of adding some design and movement to your walls while making things a bit brighter. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/0\/04\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-18-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-18-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/0\/04\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-18-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-18-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 2 Use candles to add a soft glow to your room. You can choose scented or unscented ones. If you own pets, or are hesitant about having open flame in your room, consider getting some battery-operated candles instead. Some of them come scented and even flicker, just like real candles. Consider switching out candles with the seasons. Use fresh, floral or fruity scents for the spring and summer, and spicy or woodsy scents for the fall and winter. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/a\/ac\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-19-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-19-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/a\/ac\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-19-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-19-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 3 Add mirrors to make your room look bigger. You can hang a small mirror above your dresser, or a longer one over the back of your door. Instead of getting a plain mirror, consider getting one with a fancier frame, an unusual shape, or some designs etched onto it. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/5\/5b\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-20-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-20-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/5\/5b\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-20-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-20-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 4 Use color and prints. Your bed linens, pillows, rugs, and curtains don't have to be the only source of color and pattern in your room.[6] X Research source You can easily make a boring, blank wall appear more interesting by getting a lamp with a colorful shade. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/3\/37\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-21-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-21-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/3\/37\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-21-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-21-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 5 Try going monochrome. If you want a nice, clean look to your room, but don't want to go mundane with stark whites, you can try mixing and matching different shades of the same color. For example, all of your bed linens, pillows, rugs, curtains, and furniture can be different shades of green, such as light, medium, and dark.[7] X Research source {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/f\/fe\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-22-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-22-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/f\/fe\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-22-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-22-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 6 Have something to serve as the focus of your room. This can be as simple as an accent wall or a bed, to something as intricate as a fancy headboard or light fixture. If you choose to make your bed the focus of the room, place it in the center of one wall, and decorate it with pillows and a blanket.[8] X Research source A shelf with a collection of things you like can make a great focal piece. Try not to overcrowd the shelf, however, and consider layering items by placing smaller items in front of larger ones. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/8\/80\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-23-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-23-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/8\/80\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-23-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-23-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 7 Add a nightstand with all of the necessities. This will make your bed space appear more luxurious and comfortable. Try to include a lamp, a clock, and some flowers, either in a pot or vase. If you like to read, consider having a stack of books. If you tend to get thirsty at night, have a glass and a carafe filled with water; this will save you late-night trips to the kitchen for a glass of water. If you have a large bed set in the center of the wall, consider having one nightstand on each side of the bed. This will help create symmetry and balance.[9] X Research source Keep scale in mind. The larger your bed is, the larger nightstand and lamp your will need.[10] X Research source {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/1\/11\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-24-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-24-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/1\/11\/Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-24-Version-2.jpg\/aid20565-v4-728px-Decorate-a-Bedroom-Step-24-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"\u00a9 2022 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.\n<\/p>\n<\/p><\/div>"} 8 Consider getting a comfortable place to sit. If you like to spend a lot of time in your room, you might want to get a comfortable chair to sit in, this way, you will be reserving your bed as just a place to sleep in. To make your sitting nook extra cozy, place it in the corner of the room. You can use an armchair, a small sofa, or even a beanbag chair.[11] X Research source Get an ottoman or footstool so you have someplace to rest your feet when you're sitting. Place your chair near a side table so you can keep books and drinks on it while you're sitting down. Advertisement Community Q&A . Search Add New Question Question I'm 12 and my room is purple. Any ideas on what to do to make it nice ? Community Answer Do you like the color? If not, try asking your parents if you can change the color. If not, you will need to work with the purple. If the walls are purple, try putting in something white for a brighter look, or black for a darker, more Gothic look. For example, you can cut shapes out of white paper, and stick it onto your wall using poster tack or double-sided tape. You can also ask your parents if you can paint your furniture white (or black). All this will brighten up your room. You can also try hanging up some string/Christmas/fairy lights on the wall above your bed or window. You can also drape things like flower garlands, beaded garlands, or pink or white tulle above your bed, window, or book case. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 26 Helpful 181 Question I'm 9 and my room is pale blue. It's my favourite colour and I'm obsessed with pugs. Any ideas what to do with my room? Community Answer You could add some pug posters, pug stuffed animals, pug figurines, and maybe even a pug pillow and pug clock. You can keep the furniture and sheets pale blue to match the walls. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 17 Helpful 87 Question How can I make a white bedroom a lot more interesting? Community Answer Buy a large, colorful, and decorative blanket with some décor pillows to go with it. Add a few paintings or images of whatever the theme of your blanket is. Add some colored fairy lights to give your room some relaxing lighting, not too bright , and not too dark. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 23 Helpful 119 Question I am going to paint my room but I don't want it to be too girly. My favorite colors are green and blue -- any suggestions? Community Answer You could paint your walls light green or pastel blue. If you want both, you could do an accent wall in one of the two colors, stripes, or another pattern. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 12 Helpful 70 Question Can i make DIY decorations ? Community Answer Yes! There are many great DIY projects for your room, ranging from simple to very challenging. You could start by painting or decorating a plain paper lantern or lampshade, picture frames, flowerpots, and other containers. Search this website, other online sources, and magazines to get ideas. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 28 Helpful 127 Question How can I get rid of random, pointless clutter quickly and easily? Community Answer Make a keep pile, and a donate pile. Sell the things you don't want to a thrift shop, or have a yard sale. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 14 Helpful 57 Question How can I decorate my room on a budget? Community Answer Try using some of the things you already have and arranging them in different ways. For example, if you have some nice bits of fabric, you can drape them over the top of your dresser, and then place some things on top, such as candles or jewelry boxes. You can also make some decorations, such as paper garlands or colorful mason jar candle holders. To give your room a new look, you can try painting your existing furniture. Lastly, if you need to buy something, try buying items that are on sale or clearance. You can score a lot of good deals. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 8 Helpful 39 Question I love animals but how can I apply that theme to my room? Community Answer One way you can apply animals to your room is a safari theme, featuring posters, bed covers, curtain fabric, lampshades, figurines, etc. with giraffes, tigers, lions, cheetahs, etc. printed onto these items. If that isn't right for you, try making a cute and comfortable theme based on fluffy animals such as cats, dogs and bunnies, using the same items and arrange some stuffed animals in a central place. Use poster tack for posters, so that you don't mark the walls. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 5 Helpful 26 Question I'm tired of my room color (yellow) and I want to paint it a different way. Any suggestions? Community Answer Consider your favorite color. Think about the mood colors can set, because certain colors can make you feel different. A bright room can seem very happy and upbeat, think bright blue or a rosy pink. Or, you may want something more subdued, like a pale lime green or lilac, to feel cozy. Or consider a deep brown for the feeling of protection and earthly warmth. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 19 Helpful 73 Question What if you have a really small room and no money? Community Answer Save up some money before you proceed; it is worth it in the long run to wait a bit longer. Since you have a small room, it shouldn't take too long. Best bets are to keep the decorations minimal, and focus on changing colors through curtains, bed covers, cushions and lighting. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 28 Helpful 102 Show more answers Ask a Question 200 characters left Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Submit Advertisement Video .By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. . Tips . Decorative boxes can be used as storage on shelves while adding bursts of color to your room. Thanks! Helpful 127 Not Helpful 16 Try to work on one part of the room at a time. Start with the walls first, then the floor, then the bed linens and curtains. Finish off with accent pieces and accessories. Thanks! Helpful 106 Not Helpful 18 Try to maximize space as much as you can. If you have a small room, put your larger pieces of furniture against the walls to make your room appear bigger. Thanks! Helpful 112 Not Helpful 20 If you can't afford the whole project right away, do it a little at a time. Add things like bedspreads and accessories gradually as you can afford them. Thanks! Helpful 94 Not Helpful 18 Be consistent. You may like many different themes and styles, but not all of them will look good together. Thanks! Helpful 90 Not Helpful 19 A pretty wardrobe can double as a decorative piece and a place to store your clothes. A coat rack can fit into tight corners and act as a quick and easy place to hang coats. Thanks! Helpful 78 Not Helpful 20 A thrift shop is a great place to look for décor, accessories, and accent pieces. Thanks! Helpful 76 Not Helpful 22 Consult style magazines, websites, books, interior decorating catalogues, design books, TV shows, and so on for inspiration. Thanks! Helpful 14 Not Helpful 2 Add a lot of knick knacks to make your room unique. Thanks! Helpful 7 Not Helpful 1 Find a theme to go with your room. The theme could be based off of furniture, color variety, objects or more! Thanks! Helpful 7 Not Helpful 2 Add mirrors to make your room look bigger! Thanks! Helpful 5 Not Helpful 2 If you share a room, you could hang a curtain in between. Thanks! Helpful 13 Not Helpful 12 If you have a sibling try to compromise so the room suits both tastes. Thanks! Helpful 5 Not Helpful 4 A good, cheap option for people into DIY is decorating with paper. Thanks! Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0 If you live at your parents' home, remember to ask permission first, because they might not want you to do anything with your bedroom right away. Thanks! Helpful 66 Not Helpful 9 Consider taking electronics, including TVs and computers, out of the bedroom and moving them to another room. This will help your mind associate your bedroom with rest and help you sleep better at night.[12] X Research source Thanks! Helpful 0 Not Helpful 1 Advertisement Warnings . Don't add so much artwork that you can't see the walls. It will make your bedroom look too crowded. Thanks! Helpful 126 Not Helpful 14 Don't put so much stuff in your room that you don't have room to walk. Thanks! Helpful 125 Not Helpful 19 Sometimes when you redecorate your room, you might miss your "old" room. Consider keeping at least one thing in the same place to maintain a sense of familiarity. Thanks! Helpful 109 Not Helpful 20 Your bedroom should be an expression of your own style, but if you live in your parents' home, they may have the final say. Approach them with a plan, including a budget and an idea of how much you will pay and how much you would like them to pay. You should be ready to negotiate. Thanks! Helpful 95 Not Helpful 12 Advertisement You Might Also Like. 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Co-authored by: Katherine Tlapa Interior Designer This article was co-authored by Katherine Tlapa. Katherine Tlapa is an interior designer, currently working as a Design Specialist for Modsy, a design service based in San Francisco. She also runs her own DIY Home Design blog, My Eclectic Grace. She received her BFA in Interior Architecture from Ohio University in 2016. This article has been viewed 1,000,493 times. 6 votes - 67% Co-authors: 199 Updated: May 6, 2021 Views: 1,000,493 Article SummaryXIf you want to decorate your bedroom, paint the walls, hang up wallpaper, or decorate the walls with posters, pictures, and vinyl decals. Add a little color to your room by hanging up curtains, and lay a cozy rug on the floor that coordinates with the curtains or another aspect of your room. You can also create warmth in your room with lamps, string lights, or candles. If you want your room to seem bigger, hang mirrors around your room. For tips on how to use color and prints, keep reading! 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Title16 cheap ways to decorate a bedroom - Save the Student
Urlhttps://www.savethestudent.org/accommodation/decorate-bedroom-budget-renting.html
DescriptionFrom bedding to damage free wall decorations, here's how to decorate your room cheaply. Our hacks will help you create the perfect haven
Date2 Aug 2021
Organic Position21
H116 cheap ways to decorate a bedroom
H2How to decorate room at uni
H3Get pretty bedding
Invest in a pillow and blanket
Get storage boxes and separators
Buy lamps for extra light
Get stick-on blinds for rooms that are too light
Add fairy lights
Use decorative vines/string for photos
Hang photos and prints
Find a memo board
Use Washi Tapes
Buy a wall tapestry
Add wall decals
Hang a mirror
Get plants
Add small decorations
Get desk storage
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Body16 cheap ways to decorate a bedroom by Lauren Nash in Student Accommodation Updated by Laura Brown 2 August 2021 Share Tweet Want a haven to come back to without it costing the world? There are loads of ways to decorate your uni room cheaply. Read on for some top tips to improve your room's decor on a budget... Credit: Yuliya Yesina, Monkey Business Images, Olinda – Shutterstock Now that you've chosen where to live at university, it's time to think about room decoration. Whether you're moving into university as a fresher, or a new house as a returning student, decorating your own space and making it feel like home is so important. While this might sound expensive, we've found the best ways to decorate on a budget. Yes, you can have a pretty room and money in the bank! From bedding to lamps and decorations, we've put together a guide so you can get the most out of your university-living experience. Find out how to make friends at university before you arrive and during freshers' week! How to decorate room at uni. Here are the best ideas to decorate your rented room at uni, cheaply: Get pretty bedding. Credit: All About Space – Shutterstock Cost: £15 – £25 (depending on the shop/deals) When you move into your new university room, it's a great idea to bring some homely essentials with you to brighten up the room and add your own personal touch – and stylish bedding is a great start. Having lovely bedding is probably the easiest way to introduce colour and interesting patterns to your new room and make it feel more like home, without having to spend much money. Depending on what you're looking for, you can get cheerful bedding from Wilko and Primark.  It's also worth looking at the Urban Outfitters sale for some nifty discounts on duvet covers, pillowcases, cushions and more. Invest in a pillow and blanket. Credit: Alena Ozerova – Shutterstock Cost: £3 – £10 Dress your bed with a pillow and matching blanket if you're feeling fancy. These not only make you look like you have your life (and room) together but serve well in the winter when it gets a little chilly. They're also very cosy, making them ideal for when you're feeling a bit homesick. Primark is a great place to get cheap homeware and is definitely worth the trip. They often have sales on items like blankets, so keep your eyes peeled. Get storage boxes and separators. Cost: £1 – £12 If you have a small room in university halls (or in your student house), you'll want to make the most of your space and use storage solutions. These boxes from Wilko (similar styles available from IKEA) are brilliant for the top or inside of your wardrobe, or wherever else you have space! You may find that you also have some space under your bed to store stuff. These storage boxes will fit perfectly under your bed and make it easy to access all your favourite items, without your room getting too cluttered. We'd also recommend these IKEA drawer separators to make the most of your drawer space, no matter how big or small! Buy lamps for extra light. Cost: £2.75 – £10 A lamp is a great essential to show off your taste. From experience, we'd say it's best to stick to one to start with, but some rooms may have space for two (lucky!). Lamps are great for giving off a softer, more relaxing glow than ceiling lights, which can sometimes emit a harsh white light. Perfect for your relaxing haven. We bought ours from Dunelm, but we also love this Argos selection! Get stick-on blinds for rooms that are too light. Cost: £3.50 – £5.50 If you struggle with too much light in your room and wake up with it peeking through your curtains, we'd also recommend getting some blackout blinds. Have a look at the blinds from Wilko as you may be able to find some that stick onto the window frame. You might also be able to find stick-on blinds in IKEA, too. Stick-on blinds can be removed at the end of your tenancy without leaving any marks, making them perfect for renters. And they're particularly good if your landlord has installed curtains that look and feel as though they've been crafted from tissue paper! Add fairy lights. Credit: Africa Studio – Shutterstock Cost: £5 – £15 Fairy lights are a great way to liven up a bare-walled, unfriendly house without overdoing it. Plus, fairy light curtains look amazing over windows. It can feel impossible to decorate your student room walls due to the rules in your tenancy agreement. But, we used the Command Decorating Clips to attach lights to our walls and had no issues in removing them. They kept both our contract and walls intact! Use decorative vines/string for photos. Cost: £3 – £9 Got a couple of clips left from tip six? Use the rest to attach decorative vines or string (for photos) to your walls. Vines are a great way to add a pop of colour and personality to a room without turning it into an actual jungle! Hang photos and prints. Cost: £3 – £10 Pictures of your family and friends will comfort you when you're having a down day and missing them a bunch. Try attaching your photos to some string to display them with a homely touch – we've found this snazzy photo hanging kit to get you started. And, if you're a fan of frames but are worried about leaving holes in the walls, these Command Picture Hanging Strips have got your back. You can print your photos out cheaply via FreePrints or (if you're feeling fancy) with Cheerz for polaroid style pics. For more info, we've got a whole guide dedicated to free photo printing services. Find a memo board. Cost: £3 – £10 A memo board is another great way to display pictures, notes, plans and even fairy lights. And, like most other things, it can also be hung with Command Decorating Clips or Command Medium Hooks for a damage-free look. You can make your own whiteboard calendar by using paint chips from your local hardware store, glue and a big photo frame. Adulting and organisation, here you come! If you struggle to keep up with plans, check out how to be more organised. Use Washi Tapes. Credit: Photographee.eu – Shutterstock Cost: £1 – £5 If you want to be super extra, get some patterned Washi Tapes to decorate your walls. It's basically glorified masking tape (remember that from school?) and, again, allows you to personalise your room without losing your deposit! We found ours in Typo, but they can be found pretty much anywhere with a home decor section. Nice! Buy a wall tapestry. Credit: Amazon Cost: £6 – £15 If washi tape isn't to your taste, a wall tapestry might be. These serve fierce looks, are relatively inexpensive and, again, can be utilised alongside the decorating clips we've been banging on about! There are loads of different colours, styles and materials to choose from. Click through to get the one on the left and the one on the right. Add wall decals. Credit: Photographee.eu – Shutterstock Cost: £7 – £12 Wall decals are an ideal way to make your new room look luxurious, without having to spend much money. If you're not up for making your own design with washi tapes, wall decals are a super easy and damage-free way to snazz up walls, furniture and dull doors. You can make a pattern with them or just dot them around in places you think could do with an extra bit of love. Hang a mirror. Credit: Odua Images – Shutterstock Cost: £8 – £20 So you've arrived at uni and there's no mirror to be found? Urgh. We feel your pain. These IKEA four-panel square mirrors are all the rage, and when you're done with them you can just leave them on the walls for the next person if your landlord/halls don't mind. We'd recommend checking with your individual halls or landlord if you definitely are allowed to hang a mirror. Alternatively, you could grab something similar to these mirrors, so you can take it with you wherever you move to. Get plants. Credit: Prystai – Shutterstock Cost: £2 – £8 A touch of green never killed anyone (we think?!), so why not adopt a houseplant? If you're not too good at remembering to water your babies, consider cacti, aloe vera and spider plants as they're relatively easy to look after. Bloom and Wild have some lovely plants for sale, as do Patch Plants. You can also spring a little life into your room with fake plants. If you're not ready to become a plant-parent, they'll look vibrant all year round, require zero care and can often look pretty realistic. Add small decorations. Credit: Daria Minaeva – Shutterstock Cost: £1 – £8 Candles and reed diffusers can make a room look and smell very put together. We tested the candles from Primark. Our verdict? We rate them. We'd also suggest having a look in Home Sense or TK Maxx for budget-friendly candles. Plus, there are loads of other decorations you can add to your room, such as vases and scratch maps. Get desk storage. Credit: Stock Rocket – Shutterstock Cost: £2 – £12 Your desk will also need some form of organisation, even if it's not too fancy! We recommend coming prepared with a good magazine rack (to store papers), a pen pot and an in-tray. Depending on your room and what you've been provided with, you may need plastic desk storage boxes to hold your books, notes and other stationery too. It'll save you time searching for those pesky revision notes when the time comes for a last-minute cramming sesh. 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Body20 Decorating Tricks for Your Bedroom By Real Simple Updated June 22, 2018 Skip gallery slides Save FB Tweet More White Bed Sheets Credit: Pexels A gallery of simple ideas to make your slumber zone dreamy. Start Slideshow 1 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Pile on the Pillows. White Bed Sheets Credit: Pexels Pile on the pillows, and don’t shy away from mixing patterns. Combine large prints with small ones, florals with geometrics. 1 of 20 . View All Advertisement Advertisement 2 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print DIY Artwork. Pink bedroom with tapestry and chair Credit: Pieter Estersohn/Getty Images Hanging a graphic quilt is an easy solution to the “big blank wall” issue. Complementary bed linens pull the decor together. 2 of 20 . View All 3 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Put Pattern to Work. Bedroom with purple and green accents Credit: Gaf_Lila/Shutterstock A printed bedspread, like this distinctive botanical design, does a lot of the heavy lifting when it comes to décor. 3 of 20 . View All Advertisement 4 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Incorporate Prints on Accent Pieces. DIY floral lampshade Credit: Place of My Taste But prints aren’t reserved for the bedcovers. They’re just as arresting when set on a modern-shaped lampshade. 4 of 20 . View All 5 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Work the Walls. Girl's room with bright colors and metallic sconces Credit: littlegreennotebook.blogspot.com Nightstands and adjustable lamps affixed to walls smartly save space in a small room. 5 of 20 . View All 6 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Reveal a Personal Side. Classic bedroom in grays, blues, whites Credit: Christopher Testani Your bedroom should express your personality (not just design principles), so feel free to go a little off-center, as with the art here. 6 of 20 . View All Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement 7 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Decorate With Consistency. Bedroom with romantic elements. pinks, blues Credit: Christopher Testani Note that the soft curves of the headboard are echoed by the feminine details in the bedding. 7 of 20 . View All 8 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Make Your Bedroom Comfy. Allswell classic bedding set Credit: Courtesy of Allswell Top your bed with covers made for snuggling, like a down comforter. For total indulgence, choose ultra-soft eiderdown. 8 of 20 . View All 9 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Choose a Focal Point. Bedroom with natural materials, soft warm colors Credit: Christopher Testani A beautiful piece of furniture becomes the focal point when embellished in gorgeous hardware and leather. Try positioning your bed at an angle to save space in a tight room. 9 of 20 . View All Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement 10 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Keep Scale in Mind. Natural Bedroom Credit: Pexels Gauge the size of your bedside lamp by the scale of your bed: A four-poster would call for a big fixture; for a low bed, choose something smaller. 10 of 20 . View All 11 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Introduce Pops of Color. Sugar & Cloth Bedroom Reveal Credit: Sugar & Cloth If you want color without an all-out commitment, inject hits of it with your art and accessories. 11 of 20 . View All 12 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Pay Attention to the Floor. Charlie's Bedroom Credit: Tessa Neustadt A cheery striped rug is like a burst of sunshine in a low-key room. For most bedrooms a four-by-six-foot rug by the bed is ideal. 12 of 20 . View All Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement 13 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Layer With Color. ben higgins lauren bushnell bedroom Credit: Nicole Gerulat for Joss & Main At the bold end of the scale, go for saturation with a favorite color. Use a variety of tones and textures to give your room a layered feel. 13 of 20 . View All 14 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Add Warmth With Neutrals. Light airy bedroom with pillows and throws Credit: Carlsson, Peter/Getty Images That idea works just as well with neutrals. Here, the neutral duvet and natural-lit room creates a cozy atmosphere. 14 of 20 . View All 15 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Don't be afraid to use color. Joy Cho Bedroom Credit: Photo by Casey Brodley for Oh Joy! According to lifestyle expert Oh Joy!, "A good way to give your room a fun splash of color without being too overwhelming it is to color block the wall by painting just the lower half of it. We chose a happy banana yellow and left the top half white to keep it bright and simple." 15 of 20 . View All Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement 16 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Reinvent Your Safe Haven. Purple bedroom Credit: Pexels Tuck a chair into a corner seat for an instant resting spot. Lush silk draperies turn the room into a cocoon. 16 of 20 . View All 17 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Personalize Your Space. Millennial Pink Bedroom Credit: Hero Images/Getty Images Mix in offbeat pieces for an eclectic look, like an shabby-chic headboard in an eye-catching gingham print. 17 of 20 . View All 18 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Turn Photos Into Art. Art wall Credit: Pexels Make your most personal space even more so with artwork of those you love, whether photographs… 18 of 20 . View All Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement 19 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Transform Photos in Meaningful Ways. Photo Block Family Photos Credit: We Are Scout …or framed cameos of your favorite memories. 19 of 20 . View All 20 of 20 . Save FB Tweet More Pinterest Email Send Text Message Print Make Rest a Priority. flowers nightstand Credit: Pexels Your bedroom should be your retreat, a sanctuary for peaceful reading, writing, studying, as much as a resting place. Set fresh flowers on your nightstand to boost your mood, as pictured here. 20 of 20 . View All Replay gallery Share the Gallery. Pinterest Facebook Up Next. Cancel By Real Simple Share the Gallery. Pinterest Facebook Skip slide summaries Everything in This Slideshow. 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Body7 Simple Summer Bedroom Decorating Ideasby heather 10 Comments 2300 shares 32 2268Lighten and brighten your bedroom for summer with these 7 simple summer bedroom decorating ideas! Read my design tips on selecting summery color palettes, bedding, fabric patterns and art!No matter what your style or budget you’ll find plenty of  bedroom inspiration here!7 Simple Summer Bedroom Decorating Ideas. Inspiring bedroom design ideas to celebrate the beauty of summer!1. Summer Bedroom Color Palette. Choose a color palette for summer that is lighter than you would use in the winter and incorporate coastal colors like sandy beige, beach pebble gray, watery blues and summer whites.Design Tip: Create a versatile bedroom design plan using a neutral color base (black, white, gray, beige) in your furniture and wall color then add summer accent colors.Instead of a coastal sea-inspired palette of blues, you could also go with a summer garden color palette of yellows, greens, pinks or mauves!Understand The Color Wheel & Color Schemes To Become A Better DecoratorIf you are thinking of painting your walls, why not use a light and bright neutral shade instead of a dark paint color? How to Pick Paint Colors With Confidence!Using a lighter wall color is one of the most effective small bedroom ideas because it will make your bedroom appear larger and airier.The newest color of the year Chinese Porcelain blue is a beautiful choice for a bedroom if you like bold colors and would be gorgeous as an accent wall.Of course chic white walls are always a winner for a bedroom!Check out these two popular white paint colors for interiors: Simply White and Pure White.See my bedroom go-to gray wall color that I absolutely love and all my paint colors here!CLICK ON THE PICTURES BELOW AND SCROLL USING THE ARROWS TO SHOP MY GUEST BEDROOM! Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view contentNeed help with furniture layout, decorating or help picking paint colors? I offer online interior design services and paint color advice! See the info, my designs & client reviews here!2. Add Coastal Style. A summer bedroom looks amazing with coastal design style added to it!Even if your bedroom has an overall traditional, boho, farmhouse or glam design scheme, you can add coastal accents to it with bedding, throw pillows, art and decor.I added coastal style to this bedroom with the beachy blue colors and also with shell decor.I have a huge collection of starfish and shells – summer is the perfect time to display them on night tables and dressers! Framed Prints:  Indigo Coral I  ,  Indigo Coral II  ,   Indigo Coral III  ,  and   Indigo Coral IV CLICK ON THE PICTURES BELOW AND SCROLL USING THE ARROWS TO SHOP EACH ITEM TO COPY THE LOOK OF THIS ROOM! Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view content3. Bedding. Replace heavy duvets and flannel sheets with lightweight breathable cotton blend linens and a quilt. I love using white quilts! I place one on the bed and a second folded quilt at the end of the bed instead of a duvet to add warmth on cooler nights.How to keep white bedding looking white: A reader asked me how I keep my white quilts looking so white – this is the laundry white revive and stain remover product I use on my white quilts! It’s amazing! I put a scoop of it in with my white quilt and wash on cold and delicate cycle!If you really love duvets you can add a lighter summer weight duvet.Add a throw blanket or two to the bed and a side chair.We added a gorgeous tufted headboard to a simple metal bed frame. Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view content4. Accent Pillows. Accent pillows are where you can really make a summery statement to your bedroom and bring in layers of  gorgeous color and pattern!For patterns, stripes are perfect for summer! Pin stripes, awning stripes and chunky stripes all work!I love these two chambray blue and white pin striped throw pillows paired with the wider awning stripe lumbar pillow – I picked these pillows up at HomeGoods.Incorporate summertime watery blues, blue-greens and nautical navy to your accent pillows.Accent pillows are essential accessories for a cozy bedroom so make sure you add a few to your bed, bench at the end of your bed and bedroom accent chairs. Turn on your JavaScript to view contentDisplay a vase of flowers next to your table lamp on your bedside table5. Baskets. Use baskets that are made from natural materials like wicker, sisal and hyacinth grass to lighten and brighten your bedroom for a fresh summer feel!Baskets can be used for bedroom storage to contain clutter (and are essential in a tiny bedroom!), to store extra throw blankets and are perfect for a tree like this gorgeous faux fiddle leaf fig tree.I love the thick, pliable leaves on it and the pop of greenery that it adds to our bedroom! At just 4 feet tall it’s perfect for small bedrooms and larger ones too!I love this basket that I put my fig tree in – it has a beautiful tassel hanging from one of the handles! So fun! I’m also loving the white stripes too for another nod to summer.6. Wall Art. When it comes to decorating the bedroom most people wonder ‘What can I put above my bed?’My advice? Hang a juju hat above your bed!I’m OBSESSED with this gorgeous white juju hat! It absolutely ‘makes’ the room and is such a stunning focal point!Hanging a juju hat over a headboard is the easiest way to add that ‘designer’ look! Just fluff it, hang on a nail and you’re done!It’s so so gorgeous – if you buy one you will literally gasp when you hang it! I know I did! The feathery texture just give a cozy vibe to a room too!See my juju hat that I hung over my living room media unit and TV here.I kept the beautiful  Indigo coral framed prints  on the walls – because I’m obsessed with these coral prints and the indigo color!! Plus they fit in perfectly with the white and blue summer look I’m going for.To add another touch of blue and white to the far wall of the bedroom I made some simple DIY piece of artwork.This super quick and easy DIY art project literally took less than 5 minutes to put together!I pulled a large white frame out from storage, took it apart and wrapped a beach sarong in a blue shibori print around the backer board of the frame! I’ve had this beach sarong since I was a teen and still love it today!You could also frame a beautiful scarf.I wanted to reuse my beach sarong later so I didn’t cut the fabric and I found a trick to disguise all the extra fabric too.I simply folded the fabric behind the frame and clipped it using bulldog clips! This tidies up all the loose fabric behind the frame.See my dining room DIY marbled wall art here! 65 plus Photo Gallery Wall Layout Ideas Turn on your JavaScript to view content7. Fresh Summer Flowers. Of course a summer bedroom wouldn’t be complete with a bouquet of beautiful blooms! Head to your garden and snip off some fresh flowers or head to your grocery store to pick up some!Having a fresh bouquet of flowers on your nightstand is a gorgeous look.How To Grow A Cut Flower GardenI bought these blue hydrangeas at our local grocery store and added them to a white vase!Of course you could use faux flowers for a similar effect.round trayCLICK ON THE PICTURES BELOW AND SCROLL USING THE ARROWS TO SHOP MY SUMMER GUEST ROOM! Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view content Turn on your JavaScript to view contentI hope you like these 7 Simple Summer Bedroom Decor Ideas! How do you give your bedroom a summer sanctuary look?PLEASE PIN THIS AND SHARE IT WITH YOUR FRIENDS!….and check out these 11 Cozy Guest Bedroom Ideas For The Hostess!Love decorating? 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TitleHow To Decorate Your Room If You've Just Moved In With Your Partner | Grazia
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Plants elevate cheap furniture
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BodyHow To Decorate Your Room If You've Just Moved In With Your PartnerPlanning on moving in with other half?by Anna Jay | Posted on02 06 2021So you're living with your partner, welcome to the club.There are many reasons for doing this. One, you (hopefully) love each other, and two, it also saves a load of money on rent. Use that money you're saving to ace your shared space, and use the below for some ultimate inspiration.Talking from experience here, it CAN be done.Plants elevate cheap furniture. As well as bringing in some well-needed oxygen (more on that later), adding plants will make your room instantly cooler. Varieties such as Swiss Cheese and Snake Plant work well, and you can order houseplants online. These Ikea cabinets above are inexpensive and look awesome with a few plants and trinkets to decorate.Source: The Design FilesTry a monochrome palette. Going fully black and white is an easy way to make your room look ace without spending loads of cash. White sheets, with a mixture of cushions (H&M home have good ones) and a throw like this one are a recipe for success. The original 'swiss cross' blanket is from Story North, £145, but Etsy sellers have caught onto the trend with this version for £49.85.Source: A Merry MishapOr pick a colours and run with them. Or if you're not keen on the monochrome thing, choosing colours like this will make life loads easier. The colours in this Urban Outfitters rug are perfect for a cohabiting room, and it’s easy to find cushions/decorations that blend well. If you're both the stubborn type, choose a colour each.Embrace having your own stuff. Pick a place to keep your own trinkets. A good bedside situation like this one is perfect for just keeping out the little bits that are precious to you, the rest can go away in a box. This ledge could easily be built if you have some DIY skills, and bonus storage could be added in the lost space.Display possessions you both like. These ledges are perfect for hanging above the bed and holding the little postcards from that trip to the Tate, a favourite magazine or book you're reading and some photos. Mix it up so you have momentos of your relationship alongside personal items. Sorry for being a soppy fuck.Source: Share DesignDouble up on chests of drawers. You'll be suprised of the sheer quantity of socks and plain t-shirts boys can hoard. To avoid the arguements over storage buy two of these MALM chests. They're less than £50 and sit flush next to each other, creating ample space to put your clothes and they also look pretty damn good.Source: A Merry MishapNo bed = better sex. Avoid the inevitable squeeks by ditching the bed frame and opting for a matress on the floor vibe. You'll be suprised how this can improve things in the bedroom, and we don't just mean how sweet it looks.Invest in candles. Boys smell. It’s a fact. Get a nice scented candle like these homemade ones that come in amazing fragrances from the Spitalfields Candle Co. Guaranteed to set the mood and eliminiate the whiff.Get a BIG laundry container. Boys always seem to have SO MUCH washing. Unsure whether it's the sweatiness, the quantity or the recklessness, but it's true. Get an industrial sized laundry bag and this will help to keep Mount Washmore at bay.Divide it up. Not the most exciting of tips to finish, but you'll thank us later. Save a drawer or shelf in the cupboard, and use these tessellating boxes - one for tampons, one as a medi-box, one for shared stuff like suncream and naturally one as an overflow of your makeup and fake tan.Singletons - this is what you're missing. Don't rush into anything too soon.This article originally appeared on The Debrief.Just so you know, whilst we may receive a commission or other compensation from the links on this website, we never allow this to influence product selections - read why you should trust us
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TitleSeven tips for decorating a bedroom | Bedroom Deco Tips | Soho Home
Urlhttps://www.sohohome.com/inspiration/ideas/ideas/how-to-decorate-a-bedroom
DescriptionRead about the tips that Soho Home design teams use to decorate a bedroom, considering furniture, lighting, accessories, and maximising space
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BodySeven tips for decorating a bedroom Our interior designers share their expertise on decorating a bedroom inspired by the techniques and processes we use in our Houses. From initial concepts to final touches, this is our step-by-step guide Aug 09, 2021 Ideas By Megan Murray Designing any part of your home is an important task, but decorating a bedroom takes particular consideration. While friends and family may eat, drink, lounge and be entertained in other areas of your house, the bedroom is just for you. The intimate nature of this space calls for thoughtfulness. It's where you start and finish your day, and so the mood you create has the power to energise your mornings and calm your evenings. Decorating a bedroom requires a careful alchemy of style and comfort - both of which are key when designing our Houses. 'The design will differ, but the approach is always the same,' says Lead Designer Severine Lammoglia of her work on our upcoming Houses in Paris and Rome. 'It needs to be comfortable and have a familiar feel. We want someone to enter a room and be at home.' Here, we share the techniques that our design teams use to plan bedrooms from start to finish, considering furniture, lighting, accessories, and maximising space. Vivienne Bed. Price from £2,595 Regular Price from £2,206 Soho Home+ Made-to-order Velvet Cinnamon Velvet Deep Green Velvet Fern Velvet Honey Velvet Indigo Ellis Chair, Boucle Natural . Price £1,695 Regular Price £1,441 Soho Home+ Edgar Rug. Price from £1,095 Regular Price from £931 Soho Home+ Tetbury Stool, Velvet. Price £550 Regular Price £468 Soho Home+ Snow Cinnamon Foxcote Bed. Price from £3,395 Regular Price from £2,886 Soho Home+ Made-to-order Linen Antelope Linen Dahlia Linen Dark Navy Linen Light Grey Linen Loden Linen Natural +11 Holland Chair. Price from £795 Regular Price from £676 Soho Home+ Indigo Honey Fern Rose Mateo Chair, Boucle. Price £1,795 Regular Price £1,526 Soho Home+ SH Hypnos Mattress. Price from £1,695 Regular Price from £1,441 Soho Home+ Preorder Limited stock available Deciding on an aesthetic Our Houses may be large spaces, but each one is designed with an overall concept in mind. This is often influenced by the history of the building, the surrounding area, or simply how we want members to feel when they walk in. Once an initial vision has been decided, the design team will create mood boards of the imagery they are inspired by - from vintage furniture to pieces of art. Lammoglia advises deciding on the look for your bedroom by collecting images that speak you. 'Get together as many references as possible and you'll begin to see some themes,' she says. 'The same colours, eras and styles will come up again and again - from here, you can build a picture the room's overall aesthetic and which direction to go in.' Another consideration is how you will use the room. For example, if you love getting ready for your day, prioritise space for a dressing table. Or, if you love the view from your window, invest in a comfortable chair to place in front of it. Every bedroom's design is unique, but throughout each one we create a uniting sense of calm and familiarity. Ask yourself, what mood do you want to be reflected in your space? Do you want it to feel fun, energising, expressive or serene? Simple decorating steps Decorating a bedroom can be overwhelming and sometimes it's hard to know where to start. Developing a step-by-step strategy is helpful, but it's important to maintain a holistic view throughout. 'Yes, we have a process, but rather than just finishing one step and moving onto the next, it's essential to look at the room's decor as a whole,' advises Lammoglia. Our experts first identify what the key pieces will be. We focus on items such as headboards, curtains and an accent chair, and then choose other pieces and fabrics that'll complement these. By keeping the different elements in mind and how they will look together, you can create balance. 'After we've chosen the overall concept for the room and the main items of furniture, lighting and accessories are the final steps,' says Lammoglia. 'It's about building up layers to create depth and texture. Consider a few cushions and a throw for your bed, lampshades with detailing, and decorative objects for shelves.' How to make a small bedroom feel bigger If you have a compact space, a little planning can help maximise it. 'Small bedrooms are just as beautiful as larger ones, but there are certain techniques that we use in the Houses to create an illusion of spaciousness and optimise storage,' says Lammoglia. While working on the soon-to-open House in Paris, she experimented with innovative storage solutions in the smallest rooms. 'We designed compartments to slide under the bed as a way of creating storage for clothes and to save on floor space. It's often forgotten about, but if your bed has room underneath, you should try to use it.' 'We also used shelving to open up the floor. Underneath, we attached hooks to give guests somewhere to hang their clothes without bringing a large piece of furniture into the room,' she explains. Making the bed a focus As the biggest piece of furniture in a bedroom, the bed plays a key role in the look and feel of the space. 'The bed is very important to us,' says Lammoglia. 'If you want to make the most of yours, then take it back to basics - your first concern should be comfort. We started working with Hypnos around six years ago, because their mattresses are fantastic quality, but you need to find the right fit for you. 'Following this, consider the headboard: the shape, size, colour, fabric, texture, and pattern. In many ways, this will set the tone for the room, so refer to your inspiration images and stay true to your initial concept to ensure continuity. 'Dressing the bed is key. There's a psychological association with seeing a big, well-dressed bed with lots of cushions and thinking positively about your sleep. Make it a really inviting place.' Every bedroom throughout the Houses follows the same pillow formation. You can recreate this with our range of pillows on Soho Home. We dress each bed with three medium, square pillows along the back, against the headboard. Then, two large, firm pillows are layered in the middle, with two medium, long pillows at the front. Add a few decorative cushions, preferably with a patterned fabric, trim or some detail. Then, at the end of the bed, we always have a throw for an extra layer. Another Soho House trick is to add seating at the foot of the bed. We either use two matching chairs or a small sofa to create a place for relaxing, reading, and just being. Creating cosy lighting Even if you decorate your bedroom with bright colours and busy patterns, come evening you'll probably want a calming ambience. Lighting is an important tool for achieving this, and there are certain techniques our interior designers use to ensure that lighting feels warm and soft. 'Lighting for a bedroom is multi-layered,' explains Lammoglia. 'There should be a variety at different heights around the room, so that the overhead lights aren't needed. 'We always use two lamps, which sit either side of the bed. There will also be a small reading lamp, like a toggle with a singular bulb. Then, we'll usually have a lamp on a sideboard and sconces on the walls, too - this is to create a low and high-level scheme. If there's space for a dressing table, we'll have wall lighting at the same height of a person's face to ensure it's just right for getting ready.' Soho House also uses dimmer switches for every light in the Houses, as they're a crucial factor in creating a soft glow. This standard is continued in all of our lamps on Soho Home, so that you can do the same. Choosing the right rug A rug is essential when decorating a bedroom, as it helps bring warmth. 'We always place one underneath the bed, because when you step out in the morning, you don't want to be met with cold, hard flooring. You want something soft underneath your bare feet for a sense of comfort,' says Lammoglia. A rug will also anchor the space, and again make the bed a design feature. Our designers' top tip is to ensure that you can see plenty of rug around the sides and bottom of your bed. At Soho Home, they come in two main sizes: 200 x 300 cm and 170 x 240 cm. The larger option works well under a double, queen or king-size bed, while the smaller option can be used in a medium-size living room or under a desk in an office space. Picking curtains Choosing curtains is one of the biggest investments you make when designing a room, so it's important to get them right. Try to reflect the property with your choice of curtain: in period buildings like 76 Dean Street, we use heavy, rich curtains with trims and full pelmets, while lofty, airy spaces look great with linen or cotton. If you're using patterned fabrics, buy more than you need because the repeat pattern will need to be matched when the widths are stitched together. And, if you're investing in good fabric, get your curtains made by professionals to avoid expensive mistakes. Be specific when requesting the type of pleats and finishes you want - different curtain makers use different terminology. Not only is it important that your curtains look the part, but they'll also need to keep out the light. So, it's a good idea to interline them with a plain blackout fabric. And make sure that the curtains and tracks come back beyond the window, so that no light creeps in at the edges. Westbourne 6 Drawer Dresser. Price £2,195 Regular Price £1,866 Soho Home+ Kyoto Chandelier . Price £495 Regular Price £421 Soho Home+ Barra Rug, Green. Price from £655 Regular Price from £557 Soho Home+ Hector Wall Light. Price £125 Regular Price £106 Soho Home+ Artichoke Table Lamp . Price £195 Regular Price £166 Soho Home+
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TitleCharming But Cheap Bedroom Decorating Ideas • The Budget Decorator
Urlhttps://www.thebudgetdecorator.com/6-cheap-bedroom-decorating-ideas/
DescriptionUse these 6 cheap bedroom decorating ideas to totally transform your bedroom, on even the tightest budget! Decorate with DIY bedroom decor!
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BodyThe Budget Decorator DIY Home Decorating Ideas On A Budget in Bedroom Decorating by Guest Contributor Charming But Cheap Bedroom Decorating Ideas on May 21, 2019 August 3, 2020 with 18 Comments When you decorate your home, start with your bedroom. Why? Because it’s your most personal space, and the one you spend your downtime in. Make it important! When you’re looking for ways to decorate your bedroom easily and cheaply, you might feel at a loss of where to start. It’s easy to do though, and here are some charming but cheap bedroom decorating ideas and DIY bedroom decor that won’t break your budget! You don’t have to get complicated either… simple bedroom ideas and cheap room decor that you can take and use in your own space!     Simple Bedroom Decorating Ideas. Homemade Bedroom Furniture. You don’t have to run out to Restoration Hardware and spend thousands of dollars to update your bedroom with new furniture. First of all, make sure you have checked out our posts on DIY Bed Frames and DIY Storage Beds in case you want to take on building a new, custom bed! Next, try these DIY bedroom furniture projects… If you have an outdated upholstered bed frame, do you know that you can reupholster it? And, that you can do it in an afternoon? Your bed is the heart of your bedroom decor, and it’s the first thing you should tackle when decorating this space. Try this tutorial from ‘A Beautiful Mess‘ and have that cheap bed looking boutique chic by tomorrow!   Want a traditional four poster canopy bed? Then build this one from ‘Crafted By The Hunts‘! You really can make this awesome and amazing DIY bed, and it will be the star of the room. And if you want a cheap bedroom decorating idea that looks expensive, but doesn’t require power tools, then check out our post on DIY Bed Canopies.   Add personality to your bedroom decor by making creative DIY furniture. We saw this suitcase nightstand at ‘HGTV‘, and immediately had to find you a tutorial on how to make it. You can find instructions for an exact dupe of this one at ‘The Weathered Door‘.   Fast DIY Bedroom Decor – Paint Your Bedroom Walls. The most common way to change your walls of course, is to simply paint them. And it doesn’t really matter if you paint them a new color, or simply put a fresh coat on – both will make major differences in how the room feels. Photo by ‘BHG‘.   If you want to make a fast impression in any bedroom decor, then paint. Did we say that already? ;0 This room was done by ‘HGTV‘ viewer CvilleJanice. This simple bedroom idea is simple and sweet, and it’s because of that awesome blue on the walls! Ok, her DIY headboards (she used paint to update those as well!) and pretty quilts are also major players. But can you see how easy it is to makeover a bedroom, just with paint?   Another option is to build this gorgeous board & batten accent wall with this tutorial from ‘Simply Beautiful By Angela‘. They break this whole bedroom wall idea down into simple steps with lots of how to photos. This accent wall looks like it belongs in a high end custom home, yet it was a DIY!   DIY Ideas for Your Bed. Now that you have the basis for your bedroom decor formed around your furniture, next is one of the most important steps. Update the Bed! Buy a new comforter, duvet, or bedspread. Better yet: Buy an entire new set complete with high thread count sheets and pillow shams. After all, you sleep here! Isn’t is worth the investment?  If you’re not able to buy an entire set, then start with one or two items. And don’t forget a soft and fluffy throw and pretty pillows! Oh, and a stunning headboard. Not in the budget? No problem, once again, DIY to the rescue! You can decorate your bedroom on the cheap, without it looking cheap! Add tons of personality to your bed by making this DIY yarn fringe pillow from ‘A Beautiful Mess‘. We love how Boho style has blended with todays fresh looks to add color and texture. This is great example of a DIY bedroom idea that will make your space stand out!   Or, hand paint pillows for your bed with this step by step tutorial from ‘Shannon Claire Interiors‘.   Add one of those amazing textured throw blankets to your bed at a fraction of the cost of buying one with our tutorial post, DIY Chunky Knit Throws!   Try this woven headboard DIY from ‘Etsy Journal‘ for a one of kind look for your bed. Some yarn and a couple of hours!   Bedroom Wall Decor Ideas. Don’t forget to hang wall art in the bedroom. It doesn’t have to be expensive, and in fact you may already own photos or prints that just need new frames or mats. And, if you want some out of the box bedroom wall decor ideas, we’ve got that too! We are huge fans of inspirational decor, and especially so for the bedroom. You can download the files for this awesome large wall art at ‘Etsy‘ for only $5, then have it printed at Costco or your local printers. Done!   Use your grade school crafting skills (seriously, this is that easy!) and make this DIY yarn wall hanging from ‘Sarah Sherman Samuel‘. She uses an inexpensive woven rug as a base, and show you how to add interest with yarn and a hook! Easy and fast!   Can you tell yarn art is trending? Try this easy weave wall hanging tutorial from ‘A Beautiful Mess‘!   Our Best Bedroom Decorating Idea – Use Fresh Flowers & Plants. Put out vases of fresh flowers or pots of green plants. Nothing makes bedroom decor feel more fresh and updated than this easy idea! Build this DIY ladder plant stand from ‘The Merry Thought‘ to create  a perfect spot to keep all your fav houseplants in the bedroom! And when something is this pretty, you want to show it off!   And of course, the fastest way to make you want to spend time in your bedroom is to add fresh flowers. Love this simple and incredibly romantic bedroom decorating idea from ‘Monika Hibbs‘.   Simple Bedroom Lighting Ideas. The last step to DIY bedroom decor is lighting. Our first tip is not to use overhead lighting in your bedroom. It is harsh, unflattering light that is the farthest thing from relaxing. Install sconce lights, use reading lights on the nightstand, light pretty scented candles, and please, oh please try this DIY fairy light canopy idea from ‘Mr Kate‘! Go check out their tutorial and tips!   DIY Bedroom Decor – Get Inspired. Finally, we had to include these amazing bedrooms to inspire you. We bet you can spot all the bedroom decorating ideas we’ve talked about in these stunning rooms! From ‘Apartment Therapy‘, this gorgeous bedroom has it all… texture, color, plants… Can we just have this one, please?   From ‘Simple Cozy Charm‘, this vintage style room oozes charm and is full of easy DIY cheap room decor ideas.   Ok, we saved the best for last. This master bedroom reveal from ‘Studio DIY‘ is freakin’ awesome. I mean, seriously. Awesome.  Stunning bed you want to climb in and spend all day Sunday in? Check. Gorgeous wall art you could DIY or thrift? Check. Oh, and they included “before” photos of this room, and yes, it started out the same boring bedroom we all have. So no excuses! We hope you loved these charming but cheap bedroom decorating ideas!  These ideas are all simple, yet really easy DIY bedroom decor!  Want more cheap home decor? We think you will want to check out our posts on Glam Gold DIY Projects and How to Paint Wall Murals for Kids Rooms! Note : This post has been freshened with updated projects. 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Wit & Delight lives where life and style intersect.MORE ABOUT US ›INTERIORS_3T0B6960 [//static.showit.co/400/4RfNfM3yRjy1as3tuW3u7g/78001/interiors_3t0b6960.jpg]browse ALLInteriors & DecorFASHION_wd_targetdenim-75 [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]FASHION_wd_targetdenim-75 [//static.showit.co/400/UkPvvx3VQIi_hrxdlZdlFw/78001/fashion_wd_targetdenim-75.jpg]browse ALLFashion & StyleHEALTH_3T0B6880 [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]HEALTH_3T0B6880 [//static.showit.co/400/iD-SKXEfS3y-kJAraDmmFw/78001/health_3t0b6880.jpg]browse ALLHealth & WellnessMost PopularLifestyle10 Micro-Habits That Will Transform Your LifeFood & Entertainment10 of the Best Trader Joe’s Products to Add to Your PantryInteriors & DecorHow to Become a Plant Person When You’re Super Busy and Kinda Lazy [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-bedroom-1.jpg]Photo by Chelsey Werth Clean, bright, optimistic, refreshing, and uplifting. None of these words described our bedroom during the years our kids were infants. This is not to say we didn’t try to make it all those things. We brought in a lovely new bed and a rug in an uplifting shade of pink. We created a symmetrical layout and got matching dressers like real thirtysomething parents of two. We made sure we had enough storage for all our belongings. We did our best to make it feel like a haven away from the stress of life, but stress has a way of following you to bed.  [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-bedroom-2.jpg] As we settled into life with two toddlers who had found some new independence, we finally had some headspace to bring back new habits to our morning and evening routines. Despite our gorgeous bed and pretty pink rug, I learned that new furniture isn’t a quick fix for old bad habits. Just because you have the space for your clothes doesn’t mean they will fold themselves. You have to want to see a change in how you use the room. Rearranging and redecorating can undoubtedly help you get there, but you have to be willing to let go of old coping mechanisms and get uncomfortable with the hard changes that will ultimately lead to better ways of living.  Before we redecorated with Lulu and Georgia, I took a hard look at why I treated our bedroom like the proverbial junk drawer of our upstairs living space. [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-bedroom-3.jpg]Photo by Chelsey Werth It came back to the fact I didn’t enjoy being there. It was a place of stress, where most of the late-night battles took place with the kids, and it was most certainly the place I would bury my face to muffle the sound of my screams—a necessary outlet for frustration and a safe place to save face.  [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-bedroom-5-1024x683.jpg]Photo by Chelsey Werth We removed the rug that had been puked and bled on and sent it to be cleaned, and then replaced it with a creamy, serene wool beauty from Sarah Sherman Samuel.  [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-bedroom-6.jpg]Photo by Chelsey Werth We added an optimistic shade of yellow through lush velvet curtains. We swapped out light far too bright for the bedroom with an oversized, sculptural pendant. We flanked each side of our bed with sconces that provided us with more room for personal effects that would signal, Hello, tired parent—it’s time to connect with someone outside caring for your two toddlers. [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-bedroom-7.jpg]Photo by Chelsey Werth Scented candles replaced stacks of laundry. On my bedside table, I added a stack of books I couldn’t wait to read. Joe’s pile of “stuff” was now contained in an attractive bowl that allowed him to do whatever he needed to do to decompress without having to spread it all over the room.  [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-bedroom-8.jpg]Photo by Chelsey Werth Now, when we walk in, not only do we feel a sigh of relief—the kids do too. We spend time in our room to read, not to fight for the covers through piles of dirty laundry. [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-11-819x1024.jpg] Don’t get me wrong—we still have days and nights where the laundry feels like an impossible task to tackle. We started 2020 with a new appreciation for our most personal space, and caring for the main bedroom is a sign we’re also caring for ourselves. By prioritizing what makes us feel like us, we’re showing our kids that while laundry will come and go, self-care makes mom and dad the best mom and dad they can be. Shop the Look. [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2020/04/lulu-and-georgia-bedroom-10.jpg] Top Row: Mia Pendant, $1,015 | Citronella Curtains, $115 – $215 | Anthony Sconce, $935 Second Row: Arches Rug, $1,500 | Salome Bed in Tan, $3,290 – $3,360 | Aprilette Side Table, $580 Third Row: Aspen Sculpture, $455 | Amaury Bench, Grafito $875 | Parachute Linen Bedding, $210 – $270 Bottom Row: Zeya Open Basket, $129 | Pom Pom at Home Lumbar Pillow, $244 | Teak Bench, $240 [https://witanddelight.com/content/uploads//2019/04/portfolio_kate14.jpg]Kate ArendsKate is currently learning to play the Ukulele, much to the despair of her husband, kids, and dogs. 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TitleDecorations for Bedroom - Amazon.co.uk
Urlhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Decorations-Bedroom/s?k=Decorations+for+Bedroom
DescriptionAmazon.co.uk: Decorations for Bedroom. ... FREE Delivery on your first order shipped by Amazon ... "decorations for living room" ...
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