After the surviving the bustles of the city or a tedious day at work, the bedroom is where many of us –some people just love couches– resort to for relaxation and beauty sleep.
It’s that one room where we go to find some peace and quiet. The importance of a bedroom can’t be overemphasized.
It plays an important role in your health –enough and good rest definitely tells on your health. While a lot of people only use their bedrooms between when they get back from work or school and when they leave in the morning, a significant lot have a bigger life in there.
Whichever category you belong to, decorating your bedroom goes a long way in affecting how you relax and what your motivation for a new day is.
I’ll share 5 best DIY bedroom decor ideas that you can try to touch up your resting space, and make it more livable and personalized for your comfort.
These ideas are budget-friendly and on top of that, you don’t need to hire any interior decor expert –yes it’s all do-it-yourself and fun too.
1. Colours can help you relax
Whether you’re moving into a new apartment or you’re looking to make your bedroom over, colours are probably the first design elements that’ll cross the mind.
Scientific research has revealed that colours have psychological effects on us. Therefore, using the right blend of warm and cool colours will definitely create a relaxing atmosphere that you can jump right in and savour the peace and quiet, and, of course, the squishy goodness of your bed.
Lively colours like yellow rub off on our cheer so you might consider using that in your children’s room or even your room –everyone deserves cheeriness.
2. The more natural light, the better
No matter how many design elements you combine to create that relaxing atmosphere you want in your bedroom, without enough light, those elements will most likely look vapid.
Leave windows unobstructed so as to allow ample natural beams of light saturate the room. Push the drapes aside when the room is in use during the day.
3. Patterns make a difference
From your beddings to your backdrop, framed wall art and wall tones, rich patterns can make your space relaxing and enjoyable to be in.
When working with patterns and even bedroom decor at large, it’s important to stick to a colour scheme. Contrasting colours are brilliant as well.
4. Roll in a cart
Nightstands add ‘spice’ to your bedroom decor. With a rolling bar cart, you can stack important items in an easy-to-reach manner. Arrange items neatly on the shelves so everything you often need is just one stretch.
5. Touch up furniture placement
This time, ditch the rules and try out different arrangements for your bed, dresser, chairs and other furniture you have. The goal is to find what works for you.
You can draw a floor plan and depict different positions before actually trying them out to reduce the number of times you rearrange.
There you go! You don’t have to be an expert to do your bedroom decor. With these ideas, you can create a beautiful relaxation zone.
You might also want to share check out the 7 Creative Ideas for Decorating an Office Space if you are also interested in decorating your office space too. We would appreciate you share your thoughts and opinions with us, leave a comment and share with others.