5 Bedroom Decorating Mistakes to Take Into Account

5 Bedroom Decorating Mistakes to Take Into Account
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Decorating a space is highly personal and the bedroom is no exception. Now tell me something do you love walking into a beautiful hotel room? Of course, anyone does! A place where everything has to be in the perfect proportion where a bed is meticulously made including lighting casts a soft glow on attractive and functional furniture. I am pretty sure that you will find the rug has the ideal softness under bare feet, and the artwork is eye-catching but not overpowering. How about replicating the same look at home.

I personally love decorating a space do you know why because this the only activity that has no hard and fast rules that one needs to follow, there are decor mistakes that everyone makes, that can be avoided in order to create a stunning bedroom. In the following post, I would like to mention a few decorating mistakes to avoid at all cost.

Forgetting artwork

One of the most common décor mistakes is ignoring the walls of the bedroom. Being one of the most used personal spaces, it is your duty to decorate it in such a way that reflects your personality. However, most of the people prefer having stunning artwork in the living and dining room but according to several design experts, the same amount of focus is required for your bedroom space. The right artwork will not only add decor interest to your bedroom but also add drama to a dull and boring wall!

Lights creating mood

While decorating a space, lighting is something that is often overlooked. Maybe because most of us are way too busy picking the bedding and furnishing products. And trust me, this isn’t something you should be proud of. It’s a shame because the lighting is a critical decor element in the bedroom. I am not talking about the overhead lights because there is a lot more to bedroom lighting than that. Have you ever thought of incorporating task and indirect lighting that bestows your bedroom with a soothing and warm glow? In addition to this, you can also consider wall scones above the nightstand or a floor lamp next to the bed.

Right-sized furniture

Not choosing the right sized furniture is another common mistake. This often ends up making everything seem your room cramped and awkward. And do you know why? Simple because most of us don’t bother to take the measurement of the room, as well as the furniture we intend to buy. In order to avoid such mistakes, what can be done is measure the piece that you want to buy in prior and tape the width and length in a rectangle over the floor. The tape will indicate the area your furniture is going to consume. This way you will have a better idea about the furniture you should buy.

Bold is beautiful

Of course, bold colors have some place in the bedroom. But make sure that you don’t try to overwhelm the space with bold shades and patterns as the color will not let you rest easy. Simply stick to two primary shades and an accent shade to abstain from overpowering the bedroom. So what you can do is first decide on the color scheme of the bedroom, starting from a fabric or wallpaper swatch, or even a piece of accessory. As soon as you have a starting point, the rest of the bedroom colors will fall in place. Consider delicate, quieted tones of blue, blush pink and beige which will help you create a tranquil and peaceful space.

Ignoring clutter

Last but certainly not the least is to ignore clutter. In order to come up with a beautiful bedroom interior design, it is very important for one to eliminate unnecessary items making sure that the furniture isn’t too large for the room. Adequate storage can help minimize clutter. In order to keep the items in sight, small trays and catchalls can help everything feel more organized.

So that’s all for now! I hope the post provides some help! 

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