Instead of entering a room that feels cold and out of touch, try to refresh specific areas like the bed, walls, and floors to give your space a much-needed upgrade. With an updated master bedroom, you’ll have a sense of peace wash over you from the moment you kick off your shoes.
If you’re working with a budget, consider areas like bedding, rugs, and painting existing furniture. This can give your space a much-needed upgrade without breaking the bank. Sometimes subtle changes like choosing a neutral color pallet can make a huge difference.
Here are a few ideas to help you create a space that you can’t wait to come home to.
1. Consider Your Bedding
Changing out the bedding can make a dramatic difference in your master bedroom. If you have outdated bedding that doesn’t match the interior style of your home, consider looking for some new threads for an updated and inviting option.
Unique throw pillows like faux fur or leather can help you make a statement in the space without committing to large pieces of furniture if you change your style or accents down the road.
Tranquility Yellow Duvet Cover Set
This luxury duvet cover set will give your bedroom an instant makeover, with its lovely pattern of birds and flowers on a yellow base and an amazing teal bedsheet.
2. Use Rugs to Identify Different Spaces
If you have enough space in your room, you can create separate areas using rugs. You may have a spot in the corner to create a reading nook or a place in front of the bed to make a sitting area. Rugs can help dictate the spaces and make them feel separated from the main part of your room.
Using rugs is also a fantastic way to incorporate fun colors and textures. If you have a neutral color scheme and introduce a fun and vibrant rug, it allows you to bring in a pop of color without overwhelming your space.
It’s a great way to add decor to the floor and cover up stained carpets or beat-up hardwood floors.
Bohemian Power Loom Performance Rug
Look at its beautiful and colorful pattern, this gorgeous bohemian area rug is just what you need for your bedroom!
3. Use Rustic Bedside Tables
Your bedside tables are often one of the first things you’ll see when you walk into your room after a long day. They need to be functional and hold items like a glass of water, a lamp, and your current book, but they should also help your room’s design.
Consider using a rustic bedside table or repurposing items from an antique shop for this space. You can always sand and paint old items to give them the specific look and style of your room, but the rustic elements add a unique charm that can’t be bought from brand-new items.
Horizon Bedside Lamp (Japanese Cherry Wood)
After you bought a bedside table, what you need next is a bedside lamp. Smart, powerful and stylish, this multifunctional bedside lamp will be a brilliant choice for you.