The Small Details That Can Make Or Break Your Bedroom
Your bedroom should be your sanctuary: warm, inviting, and comfortable to fall asleep in. Focusing on the small details when re-styling a room can be the easiest way to visualize the finished product. However, it’s essential to plan the structure of the room to ensure all the fantastic surface décor has the right backdrop.
Be sure to consider the points below when in the early planning stage of your decorating project. Everyone deserves a great space to relax in, so make or break your bedroom with the following ideas:
Baseboards and crown molding
The baseboards of the room, sometimes also referred to as skirting boards, are wooden or vinyl boards that cover the join between the floor and an interior wall. Similarly, crown molding serves the same purpose at the top of the interior walls and can also be used on integrated cabinets and columns.
The range of styles, colors, and materials is so extensive that baseboards and crown molding can even be fitted with mood lighting. The vast selection available should make it easy to find interior molding that adds a little extra originality to your bedroom.
Warm rooms are not just cozy and inviting with consistent styling; they are truly warm. The style and color of the radiator you choose to heat the space will become a permanent staple in your bedroom, so choose wisely.
Whether you’re seeking modern or traditional styling, finding the heating solution that’s most suitable is essential to consistent design.
Adding something awesome to look up at every night should serve to calm the mental chatter when trying to fall asleep. The design, complexity and features will vary depending on preference, skill set and budget; however, any ceiling can become more interesting when adding art, twinkling lights or a three-dimensional design.
Before decoration commences, consider whether the presence of a fireplace would improve the room. Things to consider include: the general climate, how and when you use your bedroom, whether there is adequate room, and the general style of the space.
Creating a faux fireplace can also be a great option if the aesthetic pleases your design specification, but you don’t have the budget or space to install a real fireplace.
Add wooden paneling or mural wallpaper to a bedroom wall to create a feature wall. The control is all yours with this project: accent walls can be high or low impact, dependent on the design. They draw a room together well and provide ample opportunity to experiment with colors and textures that wouldn’t suit the whole room.
You can even plan this room-changing tip around a tiny budget: from simple papers to three-dimensional design, the possibilities are endless.
Planning is the key to a bedroom re-style and the points above should be on your list of considerations on day one of the project! This preparation will help to ensure the room meets your style expectations and practical needs on a day-to-day basis.