New year, old problem — how to turn a drab bedroom into a fab bedroom. For 2019, why not make a resolution to have a bedroom that is super-stylish and clutter-free (which also means swapping out that tired bedroom set). After all, a stylishly designed bedroom may just alter your whole outlook for the year — and we’re here to give you some pointers on how to create the bedroom you’ve always wanted.
Picture for a moment, waking up each day in a bedroom where you just can’t help but say, “Wow, I can’t believe this is my room.” As we turn over the new year, here’s a bedroom design mantra you might like to consider: Keep it stylish, keep it clutter-free, and make it stylish.
#1. Ditch the Clutter
Before we get into the latest bedroom furniture sets and all the stylish possibilities, we first have to start with what may be the easiest or hardest part of your bedroom re-design — ditching all those knick-knacks. Like, the online design website Brabbu recommends, we are ranking a clutter-free bedroom as our top 2019 design goal. Chances are, you have knick-knacks xand other odds and ends that have gone unnoticed and unappreciated for years. Why not store or donate these items? Out with the old and in with the new.
By keeping your bedroom clutter-free, you’ll also find it much easier to clean and keep it looking great. If you have a number of items that you’d like to keep in your bedroom, but still want the clutter-free look, you could consider getting a bedroom set that has a bed stand with a built-in storage panel.
#2. Keep it Simple
In these overstimulating times, keeping things simple, design-wise can seem like a revelation. Most of us are attracted to the simple living arrangements we see in magazines. But, when it comes to real life, we’re much better at adding decor items rather than subtracting them. A bedroom should be a place of tranquillity; not a place cluttered with odds and ends, laundry hampers, sports bags, old high school trophies, and — well, you get the picture. Keep it simple.
These days we are bombarded with stuff. Your bedroom should be a sanctuary of relaxation where you can peacefully drift off to sleep and wake up refreshed. So, all you really need is a quality bedroom set, a nightstand, a light source, and maybe a dresser (if you don’t have a walk-in closet).
#3. Add Zero-Footprint Bedside Lighting
If you’ve ever stayed at a high-end hotel, chances are they had stylish bedside lights attached to an oversized headboard. This is not only convenient but also frees up some space on your nightstand for something like, say, a stack of books, which does not only serve as a design accent but also a great way to display and have access to your favorite reads. To make your bedside light even more “zero-footprint” you can also consider some of the many stylish LED … Read More