A good master bedroom should feel like a retreat from the world where you can rest after a hard day’s work and feel rejuvenated. If your bedroom doesn’t welcome you like that, it’s time for a little makeover.
So, here are the best bedroom décor ideas and trends that will turn your space into a true haven.
Cozy color palette
The aim of every bedroom should be to exude coziness and comfort, and the easiest way to achieve that relaxing feeling is with the right color palette.
Your best bet is super popular natural colors like sky, ocean, or navy blue that will relax you and make you feel ready for sleep. You can also opt for a brighter color palette like yellow and warm whites if you enjoy waking up surrounded by a sunny interior.2
No stylish bedroom can only have one overhead lighting source. Layer the lighting and invest in bedside lamps, sconces, or statement freestanding lamps (that are all the rage right now), and don’t forget the dimmers for an ultimate romantic atmosphere.3
Incorporating some art will make your bedroom look well-thought-out, but make sure not to go overboard with too many paintings and sculptures.
One statement piece that you really like should be enough. However, Feng Shui experts advise avoiding photographs of your family and friends. A bedroom is a private place that you and your partner share, so save family photos for the mantel in the living room.4
Spice it up
One relatively new trend in bedroom design is introducing bold and dark elements into space. Gorgeous leather upholstery, lush Moroccan blankets and subtle yet trendy bling of metallic accessories (polished door knobs, metallic furniture accents and shiny décor pieces) will all add a bit of drama and glamour to your bedroom.5
Highlight your bed
No matter what you do, your bed should be the start of your bedroom. So, make it stand out with a statement frame with interesting upholstery.
Also, no bed is complete without some decorative pillows. However, they can be double-edged, getting the right number of pillows can be hard, but experts agree that the magical number is somewhere between two and six. However, it’s all in vain if you don’t have a good mattress. High-quality mattresses will make your sleep much more comfortable and make sure you never wake up with back pain again.6
Since bedrooms are all about warmth, comfort and layers, adding a rug to your hardwood floors is a great way to boost all three of these key interior design elements. Choose the right rug size for your room and your bed and your bedroom will look thought-out and cozy even during the harshest of winters.7
People have started paying attention to textures more and more because they finally realized the benefits of decorating with different materials.
Textures give dimension and character to the room, which is especially important for smaller bedrooms. So, get plush bedding, throws with tassels or a leather-upholstered headboard.8
Bring in the greenery
As the green movement is getting more and more popular, so is the trend of having a lot of greenery in the home. Plants in your bedroom will not only filter your air but also boost your mood and make waking up early in the morning a bit easier. You don’t have to go all-in with a big tree-like plant. A simple peace lily or even a bouquet of fresh flowers will do.9
If you’re like most of us and can’t fit all of your possessions in your closet, then you need additional storage space to make your bedroom feel and look de-cluttered and clean. A vintage clothing trunk at the foot of the bed is an amazing décor piece as much as it’s a practical storage space.
So, if you want to start the holidays on a high note, make redecorating your boring bedroom your New Year’s resolution and spend 2021 enjoying your stylish and trendy oasis of sweet dreams.