Beautiful bedrooms are an essential part of any home. Everybody needs a personal oasis that they can relax in and enjoy the end of the day. Master bedroom decor preferences are different for everybody. Some people like very minimalist looks like this home; whereas, others love big bold design choices in their space. There is no right answer for what you should do in your home. No matter the style you pick, there are a few key things to remember in order to maximize the style potential of the space. First, make sure that your bedroom furniture ideas match the scale of your space.
Master bedroom decor is one of those projects that you can really have fun with. Chances are that very few people will be going into your bedroom. For this reason, you don’t have to worry about designing a space that anybody but yourself (and your partner) loves. This means that you can incorporate elements in your master bedroom designs, that you would not ordinarily add to other areas of your house. This room is a great example of what I am talking about. The rest of this client’s home is decorated in a very traditional style. A lot of deep burgundy and emerald tones with dark wood accents. She wanted a space that was light and bright for her to relax in. This decor would not really blend with the rest of the house, so we decided to incorporate it into her bedroom decor ideas.
When you are putting together master bedroom decor, it is important to consider all items you wish to bring into the room. Without proper planning, you run the risk of not being able to fit everything, or creating a cluttered uncohesive look. My advice is to always compile your favorite master bedroom ideas first, then rank them on necessity. Chances are that, with a little bit of creativity, you can fit everything. But just in case that is not possible, it is always helpful to map out your design first. This lovely master bedroom is a great example of a situation where we narrowed down the wants and needs in order to plan the decor.
You may call me crazy, but we just converted our former formal living room into a master suite. Previously, we had never really used the front living area of our home and I have always been attracted to trendy first floor bedroom ideas. The remodel was actually quite simple. We loved the existing panelling and built in bookcase, dark oak floors, and wood burning fireplace. I thought it would make an elegant and cozy addition to bedroom decoration. To make it seem more like a bedroom, we simply added a door to the existing half bath and upgraded it to a larger master bathroom.
I think that most people think that bedroom interior design is somehow different than decorating the rest of your home. The techniques are certainly the same, just carried out with different furniture and goals in mind. Throughout the rest of the home, we tend to always be considering traffic flow, how a space can be used for friends and family to gather, as well as keeping cohesive styles and home decor ideas throughout all of the rooms. The bedroom on the other hand, can have a different look and feel than the rest of the home; however, the same principals of design still apply. This room is a great example of using consistent color palette and decor theme to amp up the style, while still adding uniquely bedroom elements.
Bedroom design can be intimidating because you spend a large portion of your evening at home in this space. For this reason, I always encourage our clients to think long and hard about the style and room decor they want to incorporate into the space. Depending on your personal preference, bold bright colors and a cluttered design can make it hard to relax. On the other hand, a simple and soothing color palette paired with luxe linens can provide a relaxing oasis in your home. For this bedroom design we incorporated a little bit of both worlds. Our client loved neutral master bedroom decor but did want to incorporate some muted pops of color.