How to Make a Relaxing Bedroom Space
What's in a Bedroom?
You might think of the bedroom as just the place where you go to sleep after a long day. You may not realise that your bedroom decoration, furniture and bed itself have the ability to make you feel calm, even if you are not sleeping. Why not make yours a sanctuary? Somewhere that you can go to get away from everything, to clear your mind, meditate or put your headphones on and listen to some of your favourite music?
Make an impact without the commitment with some removable wallpaper. When you fancy a change simply remove it and change it up. I think that people are a little scared of wallpaper but there are so many options available these days. Hanging it is not as tricky as it used to be.
Add a Chair
One of the simplest ideas when it comes to making your bedroom interesting is to add a single chair to one corner. This little visual trick really changes the aesthetics of the room without impacting on it to the extreme. A high-backed velvet chair creates a striking visual without being over-the-top. This works even in smaller bedroom spaces.
If you are limited with space, you might like to add some high-shelving. This arrangement means that your space is not impacted negatively. You have somewhere to place family photos, trinkets, perfume and the like and it’s tucked out of the way.
Under the Bed Storage
Clutter is often an issue, especially in smaller bedrooms. Investing in some plastic pull out storage boxes, labelled efficiently means that you can easily store them under your bed and the labelling means that you can easily find what you are looking for if you need it in the future. A good rule of thumb is this: If you haven’t needed it in six months then there is a good chance that you will not need it. But you may not like to throw things away. Some don’t. So storage is a great option.
Did you know that blue and yellow are great together? Blue makes a room feel calm and yellow gives it a cheeriness. Cheery and calm, perfect.