Our house move is less than a month away now, we are all very excited!!!! One thing we have been thinking about is about sprucing up our bedroom – New House New Bedroom right?
We recently had a gorgeous new mattress from the Memory Foam Warehouse in which we reviewed. So now we are looking for ideas on decorating our bedroom.
As you know from previous posts like when we were thinking about decorating baby girl’s bedroom, I love to create mood boards. Here is my mood board for our New House New Bedroom.
We want our master bedroom to be a relaxing space where there is no TV, or other distractions. It does have an en-suite in the corner which I feel very lucky to have.
So where do you start with decorating a bedroom?
Have a think about the following things.
- Bedroom design colour ideas
- Bedroom paint colours
- Bedroom wall art ideas
- Bedroom furniture
- Bedroom decor
- The bed itself – The most important item in your bedroom!
I will start with the bed. Obviously I have the perfect mattress but I’m open to ideas about the style and type of bed that would suit our needs. Oak Furniture Company has this amazing white-painted oak furniture set and the bed is just the look I’d want for our bedroom. It’s got that fresh look as well as style and practicality.
Bedroom decor for me needs to be minimalist. I don’t like a huge amount of clutter in the bedroom, because of course its a room for sleeping and relaxing! I like plenty of cushions on the bed to prop myself when I’m reading though.
Furniture for the bedroom must include a wardrobe of some description. I do plan in the future to get fitted wardrobes put in when I’ve saved up enough. I like to have a couple of bedside cabinets as well as a chest of drawers, got to keep my pants and socks somewhere!
Some people like wall art and pictures in their bedroom, I’m not a fan though, but I have seen those stickers of quotes and phrases you can add to your feature wall that look pretty good.
I think the place to start in decorating your new bedroom would be deciding the colour scheme. Do you go for neutral colours, relaxing or bold and beautiful? Once you know what you want, you can start building your ideas from there.
I hope this post has been helpful for you today, thanks for stopping by.
*This is a collaborative post.