Bedrooms should be relaxing spaces but also full of personality, especially if you live in a shared house and your bedroom is your only personal sanctuary. But even if you don't house share, a bedroom can be a more personal space than the living room, kitchen or bathroom, and so it's important to make it feel like so with extra bedroom decor and intimate touches.
What bedroom decor can I choose to add personality
Sometimes choosing decor for a bedroom comes naturally as you work around a particular theme, object, personal items you already own or piece of furniture, but for many, it's difficult knowing where to begin if starting completely from scratch. Consider starting with a particular colour, or a few colours, and then look for accents in bedroom throws, cushions, curtains and rugs to add texture and warmth. When thinking about your walls, decide on whether you want a few key art pieces, photo frames or perhaps a wall sticker (often called wall decals) as the main feature. Consider what you wish to display on your surfaces – alarm clocks, photos and lamps for bedside tables, perhaps? Decorative storage items, plants, candles and bedroom mirrors on desks or chests of drawers?
How do I chose a style for a guest bedroom?
While you may not feel the need to add much personality to a guest bedroom that doesn't get used all the time, you still want it to be inviting. You can go for neutral colours on walls and furniture, but you don't have to be bland with bedroom decor and accessories. Choose gorgeous bedside lamps that will give off warm and cosy lighting, add fun cushions and throws to delight guests and some interesting artwork to intrigue them. As it's not one of the most important rooms in the house, it's your chance to try out some new design ideas and have fun.
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