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Tips For Decorating Bedroom

Go for simplicity

Your bedroom should be simple, comfortable, elegant, and sophisticated no matter what style of decoration you go for. For easy movement, the distance between the sidewalls or the bed should be a minimum of two feet.

Your bedroom should have things that you really need. For instance, some essential items in the bedroom may include a dresser, a few bedside tables, and a chair. Other than these things, you may not want anything in your bedroom.

Pay Attention to the Ceiling

What do you see when you lie down in bed? If you see a blank, bland surface, you need to make it better. For instance, you can add a bit of soft color and pattern. You can opt for a lighter version of the color that you painted on the walls. This will make your ceilings look lower in addition to emit feelings of intimacy and comfort.

Aside from this, you can put wallpaper on the ceiling and add some elements of architecture, such as moldings, beams or some decorative paint.

Pick The Right Furniture

If you want to purchase bedroom furniture, make sure you have a floor plan and enough space. All the articles of furniture should fit in your room, especially if it’s a bedroom. Choosing large, heavy beds or dressers is not a good idea, especially if the room is not big enough.

Have Enough Storage

The things that you don’t need should be hidden somewhere in the room, which will make your room look big and calm.

Cover the Windows

If you have beautiful windows, they will add patter, texture, color and softness to your bedroom. Moreover, if you are into soft curtains that are good at filtering light, you can go ahead and choose opaque roller blinds as they can be pulled down for privacy at night. Moreover, they can also be used to block sunlight in the morning.


Decorating Old Windows

  • Consider using pictures on the panels. You can use small picture frames all around the window frame to display family photographs beautifully.
  • Weaving faux foliage along the frame will give your room a natural green appearance. Find some kind of green leafy foliage such as grapevine or ivy that could stick to the frame. The green leaves will create relaxed ambience in the room.
  • You can simply renovate the window frame. If you have a wooden frame, then sand it and give a fresh splash of varnish. This quick renovation will give the wooden frame a renewed look and lovely glossy finish that will look good as new.
  • Hanging small vases and potted plants creates more space around the house. The window frame is also a great place to start a herb garden. Herbs don’t require a lot of space so using the window frame is perfect for this project. Plus the greenery will create a fresh natural look.
  • Installing a black board along the frame is a creative way to leave notes or draw patterns. You can draw chalk floral patterns and a month later you could draw geometric patterns. Whatever you fancy. Or if this window is in the kitchen you could list of chores or things to do. Not only is it a neater list but it also decorates the window.
  • A window sill works the best as a shelf for the inside of your house. You can place a pretty ornament at your window but you will also have a miniature shelf to store other decorations that don’t have a place.
  • A unique key hanger is another item you could turn the frame into. This might require a bit more handy work but the results will look stunning and unique.
  • Lastly, you could create a pot rack out of this window frame. Glue some hooks onto the wood and let it dry. After it is completely dry you can start saving space in your drawers by hanging up those pots. If you want to change the colour of the frame, make sure you paint it before you stick the hooks.