How To Decorate A Bedroom

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How To Decorate A Bedroom

Seize Opportunities in a Small Bedroom Look for ways to make your small bedroom special. Decorate a bedroom with punchy fabrics and expressive patterns. Choose interesting lighting, such as a charming chandelier or sculptural table lamps. For a small bedroom idea that makes a statement, try an unusual headboard: Pick one that is extra tall, brightly upholstered, or curvy. And use artwork to show off your personality. It doesn’t have to be pricey — framed snapshots will do. Remember, this is the most personal space in your home, so decorate a bedroom with what makes you happy.

How To Decorate A Bedroom

Look for ways to make your small bedroom special. Decorate a bedroom with punchy fabrics and expressive patterns. Choose interesting lighting, such as a charming chandelier or sculptural table lamps. For a small bedroom idea that makes a statement, try an unusual headboard: Pick one that is extra tall, brightly upholstered, or curvy. And use artwork to show off your personality. It doesn’t have to be pricey — framed snapshots will do. Remember, this is the most personal space in your home, so decorate a bedroom with what makes you happy.

How To Decorate A Bedroom

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I love all the ideas and I must admit that in 15 years in this house I have done almost nothing to decorate the master bedroom, but…. Who actually spends time in their bedroom awake? Other than sleeping, dressing,undressing, and maybe collecting and putting away laundry, we spend 2 minutes in the master bedroom/day! The kids’s bedrooms are right across the hall so once they are down for the night we are downstairs. We would have to be SILENT to not wake them. Gorgeous pictures but I have always wondered who spends time in a bedroom!

How To Decorate A Bedroom

Hello Melissa I have been visiting your lovely blog for a while and getting bathed in your beautiful ideas. I love to organize and to decorate as well, but I am still a grad unmarried student who lives with her parents..and my family doesn’t get my passion for home-love. So my bedroom is the only blank slate I got.. While I love my ‘inspired room’, I want to decorate it as prettily as you do. And I am born introvert and so I hate to travel, so its hard for me to get cue from a dream retreat. But I love to read, so my room is full of books, and studying is the thing my life revolves around. That being said, do you have any directions for me?

How To Decorate A Bedroom

My husband and I recently recreated our master bedroom by building a balcony on the back of our house (sort of a cabin style balcony), which looks out over trees and a small lake. Then we moved our master bedroom into that bedroom (it’s the middle-size bedroom). We call it “The Treehouse.” It holds only the bed, two side tables, adjustable lighting, and a gorgeous painting of a path through a forest. It’s quiet, calming, and very cozy. We can walk right out onto our balcony for morning tea or a sunset chat. We love it! Thank you for all your great ideas and links! Love your blog!

How To Decorate A Bedroom

I completely understand that, it is nice to be able to talk at the end of the day! I would still maybe consider making your master bedroom a place you love to pass through now and then to fold laundry, get dressed, or retreat to even at the very end of the day. Decorate on a budget or with things you might already have, so it doesn’t feel frivolous or like an unnecessary expense to you. You don’t have to go crazy, just make it pretty enough and have nice bedding so you can enjoy it. Maybe it will even create a more relaxing mood for you, just knowing it is there, all pretty and ready for sleeping. Or maybe that is just me, HA!

How To Decorate A Bedroom

what amazing photos and inspiration! thank you so much for a great post! I am bedridden most of the time now, and having a peaceful sanctuary like bedroom is on my wishlist now for a couple years. I long to make it into a retreat… I believe the visual is as important to the soul as is a good nights rest. Having bedrooms that beckon a person in to relax and be renewed should be part of every persons home… My hope and dream is to one day have that in my room … Some of my bedroom walls are starting to look like the virtual pinterest boards… it encourages me to have hope for the future. Again, thanks for sharing so many great bedroom makeover tips. Cathy B pbprojecthope at yahoo dot com

How To Decorate A Bedroom

Tips Decorative boxes can be used as storage on shelves while adding bursts of color to your room. 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. 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. Be consistent. You may like many different themes and styles, but not all of them will look good together. 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. 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. Going to Goodwill and resale shops is highly recommended because you can find tons of cute stuff for super cheap. Just make sure to check for bugs if you are getting furniture and be sure to clean up what you buy so it doesn’t look “used”. A thrift shop is a great place to look for décor, accessories, and accent pieces. If you have a sibling try to compromise so you can make it girly and boyish. Attend your library and do some analysis. There are lots of books out there to assist you with working out what vogue and appearance you would like. If you share a room, you could hang a curtain in between. Always add a lot of knick knacks to make your room unique! Consult style magazines, websites, books, interior decorating catalogues, design books, TV shows, and so on for inspiration. 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. 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.

Decorative boxes can be used as storage on shelves while adding bursts of color to your room. 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. 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. Be consistent. You may like many different themes and styles, but not all of them will look good together. 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. 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. Going to Goodwill and resale shops is highly recommended because you can find tons of cute stuff for super cheap. Just make sure to check for bugs if you are getting furniture and be sure to clean up what you buy so it doesn’t look “used”. A thrift shop is a great place to look for décor, accessories, and accent pieces. If you have a sibling try to compromise so you can make it girly and boyish. Attend your library and do some analysis. There are lots of books out there to assist you with working out what vogue and appearance you would like. If you share a room, you could hang a curtain in between. Always add a lot of knick knacks to make your room unique! Consult style magazines, websites, books, interior decorating catalogues, design books, TV shows, and so on for inspiration. 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. 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.

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