With Covid keeping all of us at home, it is more important now than ever to have a bedroom you love.
Your bedroom should be a room that you look forward to retreating to at the end of the day. It should allow you to #livewell by surrounding yourself with things that help you relax and rejuvenate.
If yours isn’t ideal…
Here are 6 must-follow design ideas for creating a bedroom you love:
1.Splurge on your bed linens
Buy the best you can afford for your bed linens and sheets. There is nothing better than crawling into a bed with beautiful linens and soft, clean sheets that feel better the more they are laundered.
While you don’t want to overcrowd, I always try to add some sort of seating in a bedroom. A place to lounge is ideal if you aren’t quite ready to curl up in bed.
A leather or upholstered chair are pieces that can enhance a bedroom space and make it feel like your very own private suite. #Livewell in your home by making it your own.
3. Incorporate colors that speak to you
I normally keep colors in the bedroom soft because I need tranquility in my life (ha!), but if bright colors speak to you, then certainly use them.
4. Put your bedside lamps on a dimmable switch
If you are like my husband and me, he likes to go to bed early while I like to read before I go to sleep. A dimmable switch on your bedside table lamps allows you to enjoy nighttime light without disturbing your partner.
5. Add in personal touches
Incorporate touches that are personal to you such as your favorite photographs and artwork.
6. Keep it simple…
Don’t clutter or overcrowd your bedroom with too much stuff. Make sure the room can breathe, so you can as well.
Bedrooms should have all of the things in it that you love. It should be the place you cannot wait to get to at the end of your day or sneak off to when you just need a moment to yourself.
If you want help designing a home with a bedroom that feel like its very own getaway, call 205-938-4848 or email us here.We’d love to hear from you.
Here’s to creating a bedroom you love and #livingwell in your home.
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