Your bedroom is perhaps the most personal space in your home. As the place where you go to relax and re-energize, it is worthy of your whole focus. But before you head out to the stores to spruce up your bedroom, have a look at these suggestions for how to make the space as lavish as possible.
Use a rug. One of the simplest ways to make your bedroom look better is to add texture and warmth. Whether you're into florals or more muted tones, like jute, a gorgeous rug will pull your bedroom design together in an instant.
Use a hanging lamp or a pendant light. Eliminating the breast lights is a requirement. Get a dazzling chandelier or other dramatic hanging light to take their place. These Wayfair Chandelier adds drama and romance, so there's no reason to go overboard on your spending.
Focus on the statement pieces. A bed frame made of dark wood, a beautiful gilded dresser, or a velvet armchair may serve as the room's center point. The room should not be crammed with furniture; instead, each piece should be given space to shine.
Put in some plants. The easiest and quickest way to make a place look more expensive is to decorate it with plants. It's totally up to you how this shows up: Do we have a fern of some size? What kind of plants do you have in your little pots above your dresser? Regardless, a few well-placed plants may push a space over the edge into the realm of luxury.
Here are a list of indoors plants for bedroomRed and white Christmas cactus.
Hippeastrum 'Royal Red'.
Phalaenopsis 'White Willd Orchid'.
Cyclamen 'Halios Red'.
Display your artwork. Exhibit your unique style with a show-stopping work of art like a sculpture, photograph, or colorful painting. It can certainly be hung, but if you like, you can even lean your prized possession against the wall.
Put plenty of stuffing in your throw pillows. Velvet and overstuffed throw pillows add a touch of luxury to any bedroom, transforming it from an "everyday" space into a luxurious retreat.