Bedroom Interior Design

Interior design and decorating for your bedroom is more important than any other facet of your house; for your bedroom truly is an escape from everyday life. Whilst the master bedroom is typically the most private space in your house, it is the most significant. It is a place in which you and your partner can marvel and retreat to at the end of a tough day.


I completely agree with those that stress the importance in having an escape from the world – it is absolutely essential. You need a place to experience peace and serenity, a sense of calm, to recharge you energy and entering a dreaming state.

And bedroom design, is of course, completely up to you! It is your very own creation, your own sanctuary and is based on your personal idea of perfection. There is no specific right or wrong way when it comes to decorating your bedroom. It is, however, important that both you and your partner find it comfortable and to be an escape from the rest of the world.

So how exactly do you get started? Picture perfection. Picture a room which truly sets the scene of a dream vacation.

Imagine a hotel room that excites your restful and romantic flare. Close your eyes, and imagine that you are just preparing yourself to leave for a weekend away. What would you envisage the hotel or location to look like? What is your dream destination? Would it be charming or facetious? Dark and personal or bright and vibrant? Would it contain draped sheets, or be slick and modern? Would you prefer a city, suburb or country escape?

Once your dream vacation is set clearly in your mind, you can begin to pull together elements of this dream and recreate it in your own home (based upon your space and budget). Perhaps you’ll find a gorgeous room online that sets the scene of what you want to build upon? Gathering inspirational photos is a great way to stay on track and gather an idea of what your ideal colour scheme is going to look like in your own home.

Look at the entire bedroom design scene as a whole, as you find what you like, begin narrowing down your selections. Look at the bedding used, the headboards, the walls, pillows and fabric used. Follow that up by looking at flooring, paint colours and specific lighting used. Delve deep into facets of a bedroom you like and expand from there!


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