The design of your bedroom should be a reflection of your lifestyle, your bedroom is a place of rest and relaxation. Your room design shouldn’t be too eccentric, but it also shouldn’t be too dull, so here are 10 ways to spruce up your bedroom.

Stick To a Theme

This is one of the first factors that you should consider when sprucing up your bedroom, whether it’s simple colour-coordination or perhaps a country related theme. It should be the type of theme that will make you feel very at home.

Use Classic Colours

The two most classic bedroom colours are whites and blues. These colours bring an elegant touch to any bedroom, the occasional use of greens can also prove essential. We’d certainly recommend these colours for those looking to make their bedroom more vibrant.

Keep Your Bedroom Tidy

If you allow your room to become a dumping ground for clothes and other junk, it can make your bedroom much less appealing. You should bear in mind that we spend 1/3rd of our lives in bed, which is why you should ensure that you have a clean sleeping environment.

Pile On The Pillows

Sprucing up your bed itself can be done with ease, get rid of your old pillows that have lost their comfort. New pillows and fresh bedding go together like bread and butter. Your bed should contain at least two pillows, aim to have the larger pillow(s) at the back and the smaller pillow(s) at the front.

Let There Be Light

The use of a nightlight or a lamp can be a brilliant way to spruce up your bedroom. A wall lamp can be a very subtle way of making your bedroom more enchanting, especially for those that enjoy reading at night but don’t want their whole bedroom to be alight.

Overall, there are several ways to spruce up your bedroom, whether it’s adding more pillows onto your bed or simply having a clearout of old clothing, sometimes the smallest of changes can be the most effective. Lighting is another huge factor to consider when sprucing up your bedroom, lighting can easily make your bedroom more vibrant and calmer.

 

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24 and living in London. Production manager within the bed industry. I have a strong passion for beds and football. In my spare time I love going on long car journeys around Europe with my lovely wife, Cara.

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