Your bedroom is your refuge, so consider what you can do to make it truly your own. You could paint it your favourite colours to give the room an uplift, hang your precious family photo’s on the wall with unique frames, drape your bed in soft quilts, throws and silky cushions.
The possibilities are endless, especially when it comes to decorating a child’s room. Use your imagination to create colourful designs on the wall, soft furnishings they will love to touch, and finish off the atmosphere with fun accessories. They will love different shapes and colours of clocks, wall hangings, signs, cushions and trinkets they can treasure when they grow older. There is no limit on how to decorate and customise your child’s new bedroom.
When you are thinking of bedroom decorating ideas start with colour. Black & white is very in right now, and you’ll discover that there are some beautiful bedding that will allow you to take advantage of this start aesthetic.
If you love the idea of something more vibrant and feminine, consider using red and purple. Use bold splashes of purple and red in your bedroom, both on the walls and on the bedding, and consider choosing coloured curtains to get your point across.
Remember that your bedroom should be relaxing to you as well, so think in terms of texture. Sleek textures like cotton do very well if you want a more modern bedroom but if you prefer something more traditional, consider how you might feel about deliciously fuzzy blankets or a velvet duvet cover. Similarly, fabric wall hangings can add warmth and texture to room that is otherwise cold.
If you’re bedroom is a little small, or you would like an additional bedroom for a child or as a guest room, then a loft conversion would be a perfect idea to create that extra space you need.
Consider the full effect that you want a bedroom and move forward to get it