I have done a lot of renovation projects throughout my home, but this is the first bedroom interior design plan that I have taken on myself. For some reason, I found my home bedroom to be somewhat intimidating to design, probably because I knew that I would spend a lot of time in here alone as my own personal haven, so I wanted it to be perfect. Bold colors are a bit distracting to me and certainly not relaxing, so I wanted to keep the color palette neutral and monochromatic. Especially since this room has somewhat of a small layout, I didn't want to overwhelm the limited space with a lot of bold colors. I also wanted to incorporate cozy interior design ideas that incorporated all of my favorite things into one place.
Great bedroom interior design can make each and every morning you wake up a little bit brighter. I especially love the bedroom decoration in this guest suite because it is edgy and modern yet cozy and relaxing all at the same time. The designer was able to achieve this by layering plus textiles next to more industrial looking pieces. By pairing the "soft" and the "rigid," the look takes on a very interesting combination that works very well with the minimalistic contemporary style architecture of the home. If you like similar design styles this is a great source for bedroom decor ideas that are easy to translate into nearly any layout or color palette.
I love taking on bedroom interior design projects because they are spaces that you can add a bit more personality than you do in some of the more formal main living areas. As a bedroom designer, the most important step to any project is meeting with the client and understanding what makes them "tick" so to speak. A bedroom is a very personal space, so you want to figure out what colors, images, and patterns relax them, inspire them, and make them feel at home. You want to incorporate all of these things into a room that you create. For this small bedroom design, the client really enjoyed monochromatic black and white shades because they thought that they were very balancing.
Bedroom interior design is one of my passions because I really enjoy creating beautiful spaces that people feel like truly reflect their personality and the things that make them relax and have gratitude for their lives. Beautiful bedrooms always begin with a single piece that inspires the entire design. I like to make that item a cool piece of artwork, unique textile, or memento that really makes the client happy when they see it. For this particular master bedroom, the gorgeous blue abstract canvas on the wall beside the bed was that piece. The client's grandmother painted that canvas shortly before she passed away, so it is a prized possession to her.
Bedroom interior design projects are some of my favorite to tackle because I think that how these room's look can really have an impact on the owner's life (or at least that is what I like to think). Whether you prefer traditional or modern bedroom designs, the color palette and pieces that you use in your personal haven can instantly relax you at night or help to start your day off on a good foot. When I wake up in a beautiful and clean space I instantly feel grateful and ready to start the day. This is exactly the feeling that I want to evoke in my clients. For this particular master bedroom, a heat element was very important to them. So the first thing we did was add this gorgeous stone veneer fireplace with gas logs to the corner of the room.
I love this minimalistic approach to bedroom interior design because it incorporates just enough style to be interesting while keeping it simple and neutral enough to be very serene and uncluttered. Whenever I look for bedroom design ideas, these are the features that I try to look for because I think that simplistic layouts and decor schemes tend to work better in these spaces devoted to relaxation. I find it hard to calm my mind when my surroundings are quite cluttered and in disarray. For this reason, I am attracted to master bedroom decor that has strong design but that is not overbearing.