No room in your home is as important as the bedroom. It is the place where you go to find rest and relaxation. If you live in a place with other people, then your bedroom will your haven, a place where you can be yourself without facing any judgment. Therefore, it is important that this room is designed well. So here are things for you to keep in mind.
Choose Colours According to Your Needs
Colour theory is actually true. There is a lot of evidence that different colours can influence our moods in different ways. Blues evoke a sense of relaxation while purples can be stimulation, red evokes passion and yellow evokes positivity. Therefore, depending on what you want from your room try to incorporate colours in a certain way. If you want to be more relaxed in your bedroom, go for blue wallpaper or pain.t If you want to throw in some romance, try red paintings behind the bed or red accents. Always remember that overall design and aesthetics matter so don’t overdo just one shade of a colour. Try to play with different shades, add some contrast to strike a balance.
Don’t Compromise on Comfort
In the end, you need to be able to relax and rest in your bedroom so don’t try to compromise on this. You may want to get a fancy, expensive rug and choose this over a comfortable memory foam mattress topper. But when your back starts hurting and all your limbs just ache due to the discomfort of the lower quality mattress, will it be worth it? Just imagine how this will affect the rest of your day. You will be stressed out at work due to the discomfort and you will have to spend more money at the hospital. It’s just not worth it. So, don’t sacrifice comfort for aesthetics. A little splurge on comfortable furniture can help you in the long run better than a splurge on something just purely for aesthetic reasons.
Don’t Overcrowd the Room
A mistake many people do is that they stuff their room with a lot of things making it difficult to live in as there just would not be enough space. A bedroom needs a good amount of ventilation so the more items you have the less airy it will be. Furthermore, you may feel claustrophobic in your own bedroom. So make a rough design on the bedroom parameters and then see what type of furniture would best suit your needs while not crowding the room. If you have a lot of things that need to be stored, you can attach a wall cabinet that takes the entire length of the wall. This way you will be able to store everything properly but not take too much floor space. If you own a lot of posters and decoration, be picky with what you display even though it will be tempting to display everything.
In the end, your bedroom is your sanctuary so design it well.