by Iqra Tariq March 28, 2022 2 min read
When individuals think about redecorating their home, the bedroom seems to be the last location they feel about spending time and money on. Maybe it's because it's not the first room you see when you walk in the door or where your friends and family congregate for a holiday meal. Whatever the cause, the bedroom is usually where the hand-me-down antiquities and the family heirlooms end.
Your bedroom should be a soothing getaway from the day's stresses and a place where you like spending time. With this in mind, we've put together some design recommendations to help you redecorate your home without spending a lot of time or money.
Changing the layout of your bedroom is so inexpensive that it's practically free! Simply by moving your furniture around, you can give your area a new look with a bit of time and effort. Consider removing some of the superfluous parts when you're moving things around. Often, little is more. Getting rid of unnecessary furniture can help to free up a room and make it feel more spacious.
Changing out toss pillows and your duvet can be one of the most effective simple adjustments because the bed is the room's focal point. Choosing bedding in an entirely different hue than what you presently have might significantly impact. A tried-and-true favorite is white bedding, and white bedding is appropriate for all seasons and maybe layered with a warm wool blanket in the winter.
Lighting is crucial in any area, but it is especially so in a bedroom to create a welcoming and restful ambiance. Look to your nightstand lighting for a dramatic difference. It could be as simple as changing out your existing lampshades, or it could mean replacing your nightstand lamps with gorgeous wall-mounted sconces. Who doesn't enjoy reading in bed?
Don't overlook your walls! Painting, wallpapering, or hanging artwork on your walls may make a big difference in how your room looks and feels right away. Art should reflect your specific interests and passions, and it should be shown uniquely. Consider creating a gallery wall that you may add to over time. Particular cards should be framed, local manufacturers should be contacted, and unique images printed black and white.
Decluttering your home is a time-consuming, often untidy, and emotionally draining process, but the benefits are well worth it! Consider how you'd feel if you walked into your house and were met by shoes and coats spilling out into your path, books and toys strewn across the coffee table, and mail and dirty dishes in the kitchen. Add to it the impression of having too many trinkets and pieces of furniture in your home.
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