The bedroom is where you relax and get well rested after a long, hard day. Therefore it should be a room that makes you feel peaceful and at ease, not on edge. When you’re decorating your room, avoid harsh colors and styles. Soft colors, smooth lines and rounded edges are all details that contribute to an overall sense of wellbeing and relaxation. You can add in some details with unique lampshades and art.
Since the bedroom is such an intimate place, you can decorate it more intimately than you would any other area of the house. Feel free to frame the most embarrassing and mushy pictures of you and your partner and don’t hold back on the cliché wall art like “Eat, Pray, Love” that you secretly adore. The bedroom is the place where you can truly be yourself, even in decorating, without receiving judgment.
This is also where you can hang some of your more risqué art if the rest of your house needs to stay conservative, for whatever reasons. Classy nude paintings or even photographs can all add a sense of sophistication and erotica to a bedroom which is something that all married couples want.
The most important aspect of your decorating will, without a doubt, be your bed. Yes, there are all the technicalities to choosing a supportive mattress, but the aesthetic of a bed is also important. Choosing a beautiful headpiece, fluffy pillows and extravagant bedding will all contribute to how comfortable you feel in your bed both physically and mentally. If you’re in love with your bed, you’ll go to bed as early as possible, ensuring that you get a good night’s sleep too. Just make sure the bed isn’t so great that you can’t get out in the morning!