Looking to spice up your bedroom beyond the fall season? Try one or all of these bedroom design trends to get started.
Your home, especially your bedroom, should be a space that allows you to unwind and unplug from all the noise that each day brings. While your bedroom is not the heart of your home and isn’t used for entertaining and daily living, it should be a place of solitude and rest, making it one of the most important rooms for you.
3 Bedroom Design Trends to Try
Here are a few bedroom design trends to create the perfect haven of solitude and reflection while adding your unique, personal style for you to enjoy all year round.
Bold & Monochrome
Adding a monochromatic scheme to your bedroom can make a bold and refreshing statement. Instead of greys and whites as your monochrome color palette, try using more bold colors and hues such as cobalt blue, forest green and ochre yellow. You can add even add pops of your monochrome color palette by incorporating them into your accessories, such as vases, pillows, or curtains. Add playful textures and creative patterns to really bring the room to life.
Curl Up in a Cozy Nook
Whether you are journaling, reading, or sipping a cup of hot tea, adding a cozy sitting or reading nook is a bedroom design trend worth trying. Adding this to your room allows you to have a space where you can relax and rest without infringing on your sleep nook -- aka your bed.
If you’re renovating or building your home from the ground up, you can ask your designer and contractor to incorporate space in your bedroom floor plans to become your cozy nook space.
Layers Aren’t Limited to Weather
Layers aren’t just for cold weather-- now they are also a bedroom trend. Adding layers to your bedroom adds depth and character while amplifying the comfort you’ll feel in them. There are several ways to add layers to your bedroom, starting with your rugs.
Roll out a large rug and place another smaller one on top of it--you’ll be amazed at how this additional layer can instantly change the look and feel of a room. Another way to add layers to your bedroom is with a canopy bed, which also adds height and grandeur to the space. Don’t be afraid to also play around with patterned wallpaper, headboard textures, and throw pillows and blankets.
Designing Custom Bedrooms for Your Home
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