We bet that you have spent a lot of time and effort to make your home look beautiful, but have you forgotten about your master bedroom? Though it’s the most private space in your home, your master bedroom needs to be the room in the house that you can reconnect and relax in at the end of the day. So, how do you go about redecorating your master bedroom? Here are some great tips that will inspire you to paint and decorate your private boudoir.
Think rest and relaxation
Before you start painting or redecorating, imagine what the most restful and romantic room looks like to you and your partner. Everyone is different. For example, you might prefer a room that is classical and charming, or you might be drawn to an elegant and modern look. You could also choose from glamourous and luxe, to exotic and eclectic, or peaceful and calming. Once you have an idea of the design aesthetic that’s going to make you feel most relaxed and comfortable, you can start pulling together those elements to create the ideal look in your master bedroom. Take images from websites or magazines and create an inspiration board. You can work through the images with your partner to figure out your likes and dislikes.
Colour me sleepy
Next, you need to choose the colour scheme. While warmer colours can encourage creativity and happiness, they can be too stimulating when it comes to the space where you sleep. Think cooler colours such as dark blues, greens, purples, and greys, as these produce a relaxed and calm mood. If you still prefer lighter colours, warm hues such as soft yellow or pale pink also have a soothing appeal.
Brighten up with accessories
You should aim to keep your paint colours simple and classic, but feel free to add pops of colour with wall art, headboards, bedding, furniture, lamps, and pillows. Accessories are a great and inexpensive way to brighten up your bedroom, and you can choose a style that tickles your fancy. Right now, patterns, florals and geometric prints are incredibly popular. Depending on your chosen style, you don’t have to follow the rules when it comes to your accessories. Feel free to mix them up and you might be surprised with what you come up with.
At the end of the day, you want your master bedroom to be the room in your home where you can escape from the outside world while resting and recharging your body. Of course, it needs to be a comfortable place to reconnect and be romantic with your partner.