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5 Great Bedroom Design Ideas

1. Layered Bedding

The bed is the centerpiece of the bedroom, and it either makes or breaks it. To give your bedroom that luxurious look, try layering your bedding. Throws, bed runners, pillows, give it your all! This will will add style and glamour to your bedroom. The extra layers will also keep you warm in those cold winter nights.

2. A beautiful colour palette

When deciding on a colour scheme for your bedroom, you will most likely want something that creates a calm ambience. Choose colours that make you are naturally drawn towards, such as ocean blue and deep brown. A careful choice of colour can make a huge difference in the aesthetic of your bedroom!

3. A personalised night stand

The bedroom is the most personal room in a house. This is why you should personalise it to suite your unique life. One way you can do this is by personalising your night stand. A stylish lamp, alarm clock, good book or magazine. These will help you create your own idiosyncratic style that will give your bedroom that personal and intimate touch.

3. Appliances

Appliances are what make a kitchen function and dictate whether a kitchen is a pleasure to use or frustrating. A fridge, freezer and oven are generally essential, but there are more to consider. A fridge/freezer is the standard in modern design, and washing machines are a convenient addition to the kitchen. Additionally, it is important to buy appliances while you purchase the kitchen, and not later, if you want the design of the appliances to be cohesive with the rest of the kitchen.          

4. A great mattress

The key to a good life is a good night's rest. That is why it's important that your bedroom has, not just a good, but a great mattress. Think, this is where you will spend 6-10 hours of your day. So you should ensure that your mattress is the best possible. Make sure that your nightstands are at an appropriate height for the height of your bed. A good night's reset can make all the difference between a good day and a bad one.

5. Stylish Storage

Who said storage has to be boring? Keep it interesting with trunks, dressing tables, side tables, chests of drawers and stylish storage boxes. Why make storage a hassle when it can create the perfect accessory to finish the look of your bedroom?

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