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Create A Bedroom That Is As Luxurious As It Is Comfortable
20 May 2015

Create A Bedroom That Is As Luxurious As It Is Comfortable

Have you ever thought about transforming your bedroom into somewhere you can truly relax? Your bedroom is the one place where you go to forget about life, it’s where you relax, unwind and recharge your batteries.

If you could transform your bedroom into a luxurious space, would you jump at the chance? Yes - then keeping reading. With fabrics, lighting and relaxing decor, you can create a bedroom that is as luxurious as it is stress-relieving. And, best of all, you can do so without too much effort.

Incorporate various sources of light

The lighting in your bedroom can make all the difference between creating a calming retreat and a stressful space. Aim to have as much natural light in the room as possible - mirrors and skylights are ideal for this.

While having adequate light is important, fluorescent, overhead lighting is a big no-no. There is nothing less luxurious or relaxing than harsh lighting. Instead of having one bright overhead light, place lamps around the room to give the space a warming glow and invest in a dimmer switch.

Make your bed the focal point

In a relaxing bedroom, the bed tends to take centre stage, and why shouldn’t it? After all, your bed is the most important piece of bedroom furniture. Don’t make the mistake of trying to change that. In a luxurious bedroom, the bed should be the focal point.

To make the bed the focal point of the space, there are lots of simple things you can do. From investing in a new Thomasville bed to buying a unique headboard, there are lots of ways you can make your bed the focal point.

As well as luxury, relaxation is also important, which is why you need to think about the direction your bed faces. For morning people, having the bed facing the window is perfect, for night owls having the bed facing away from the window is best. It’s strange, but where your bed is placed can affect how relaxing you find the space.

Go natural

The key to creating a bedroom that is luxurious and stress relieving comes from the colours used. Nature inspired colours - sandy tan, river blue and mossy greens, are the best choice for creating a relaxing space.

Splurge on bedding

With bedding, you really do get what you pay for, so don’t skimp. The idea of spending a huge amount on bedding may be a hard concept to grasp, but it will be worth it.

Hotel rooms that are luxurious and relaxing, always have beautiful bedding. Small details like high thread count sheets, feather duvets and fluffy pillows can make all the difference to a space. The bedding you choose for your bedroom will make a massive difference to the type of room you create.

Contrary to popular belief, transforming your bedroom into a relaxing space doesn’t have to be hard. All it takes is a few carefully thought out accessories, the right bed and the perfect colour paint.

Lan An

Lan An is a professional editor in the field of architecture and interior design. Having a strong desire for architecture and design in her writing career, Lan An attempts to provide readers the most wonderful architectural news and projects.

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