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Different Techniques to Furnish Your Own Bedroom

Bedrooms are the individual quarters where you read and relax, recharge and reflect on the day. The beginning and end of our day are in our bedroom. So it needs great attention. For bedroom design, it’s almost making the ideal balance between style and function. It’s difficult, so here we discuss some techniques to furnish your bedrooms

1. Dark Wall Colour

dark walls

If you need a bold bedroom, try out dark walls. It creates an intimate and inviting look in the room. When you use a dark colour on the walls, keep the floor and ceiling finishes lighter. It can be a clear set-up for the night’s rest. Deep reds, navy blues, charcoal greys, chocolate browns, and black shades are all the right choices for a bedroom. Adding throw pillows in a similar colour is a good way to complete the look.

2. Window Curtains

bedroom curtain

Bedroom curtains leave you an opportunity to express your style. Curtains will be a protective shield to your eyes and also function as decorative. Also, it brings another way, to sum up, colours, pattern, texture and softness to the bedroom.

If you need to restrict the light coming in for better sleep, you can go with lined curtains. Blackout curtains are also another natural choice for limiting light and some sound. For a luxurious or formal look in your bedroom, you can go with silk. Pinch Pleats provides a classic look, making it perfect for a traditional or an elegant bedroom.

When you select colours and patterns for bedroom curtains, decide whether you need the curtains to stand out or blend in with the room decor. For a bold statement, opt for black shades of blue, grey, bright red, yellow, orange, green, or purple. If you want a soft look that blends in with the rest of the room, choose neutrals with the perfect fabric to control light.

If you don’t have too many patterns in other elements, use patterned curtains for your bedroom. Choose solid coloured curtains for finer coordination if you have other patterned elements in your room.

3. Lighting


Bedrooms are mainly for sleeping. It should have a mix of both portable and installed lighting to provide illumination. Mostly, your bedroom light should make a calm atmosphere for relaxation. Wall sconces on either side of the bed make reading during the night, more enjoyable. Ambient lighting light the whole room and accent light help to wash the walls in soft illumination. Running rope lighting on the underside of the bed frame provides a warm and welcoming glow.

4. Furniture

bedroom furniture

Beds seem to be the foundation for every bedroom. Without the bed, it would be difficult to distinguish from any other room within the house. Choosing the right bed is an important job and needs a lot of planning.

Traditionally, wardrobes are double-doored and equipped with hanging bars and drawers for hanging or storing folded clothes. Now, because of space constraints, interior designers have invented creative novel ways to save space by combining beds and wardrobes into a single entity. Wardrobes may also combine with mirrors as part of their door frames. This provides a wonderful option for choosing a fascinating wardrobe for your bedroom.

Furniture should suit the room it lives in, and this is true for bedroom furniture. Don’t choose a heavy bed and dresser for a small bedroom. If the ceiling is high, a tall headboard will be a good way. If your bedroom is large, select furniture that fits it, too. Determining the layout of your bedroom furniture is a vital step in bedroom design. Begin with the position of your bed, organising all other furniture around it. Fitted bedroom furniture is more expensive and formal-looking but will offer more effective use of space, especially in a small bedroom.

You can transform additional bedroom space into a dressing room. A mirrored wardrobe is the best choice for visually enhancing the size of the room.

5. Ceiling


Don’t go ceiling with a dark colour because when you lie in bed, do you want to see a blank surface? Add a soft colour. We can put a lighter version of the wall colour for the ceiling. This will help to lower the ceiling visually and make space a feeling of comfort and intimacy.

Otherwise, add architectural elements like beams or mouldings, or use a decorative paint treatment. For the ultimate luxury look, silver-leafed bedroom ceilings or a moulded medallion and chandelier of crystal or delicate shades bringing colour, pattern, and texture will be an excellent choice.

6. Custom Headboard

custom headboard

If you have a platform bed, make a custom headboard by the application of a material to the wall behind the bed. You can add wood panelling to the wall behind the bed to create a custom headboard. The dark wood finish complements the platform bed colour and the nightstands together visually. You can make your headboard the full height of the wall or stop it halfway.

7. Cozy Corner

cozy corner

If you feel your bedroom layout linear. You can avoid this by placing a comfortable upholstered chair at an angle in the room’s corner. This softens the corner of the room and boosts exposure. Add a small side table, some artwork to make a cozy and inviting place to relax

8. Choosing Bedroom Flooring


Bedroom flooring makes you comfortable. Carpet is the popular flooring option for most bedroom designs. Other than that, solid wood flooring is a superb choice, as it can still be warm underfoot. But solid wood is an expensive option. So think about an engineered wood flooring that will be durable and virtually indistinguishable from solid wood, although more affordable. Consider laminate flooring for a lower budget. Real stone flooring moves in contemporary bedrooms but considers installing underfloor heating to neutralize the natural coolness of these materials.

9. Choosing accessories for the bedroom

bedroom accessories\

It purely relies on your tastes and budget. Layer cushions, creating a gallery wall, displaying photos and pictures to personalise the bedroom and using houseplants to promote a healthy atmosphere are some aspects you can implement in your bedroom. Style your accessories to produce a fascinating colour scheme and a mix of textures. Sheepskin, cotton, and satin wonder for softening up the look and feel of bedrooms large and small.

To design a bedroom yourself, you need to consider all the factors that will finally make harmony in your space. Begin by analyzing how big your bedroom is, the shape, natural light and any characteristics that you may want to think about more carefully when you come to suit it with furniture and the likes. Designing your ideal bedroom is all about attaining a balance between practicality and style, so we touch on different bedroom design styles.

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