5 easy ways to transform your bedroom

Are you looking to transform your bedroom but not break the budget and not sure where to start?

Less is more

An important point to start with when updating your bedroom is to focus on utilising the sapce you have and choose items, decor etc that work well within that area. 

A less is more approach will create a calm sanctuary of rest and relaxation. 

Regardless of the area you’re working with, there are a few key considerations when it comes to designing a bedroom that is stylish, comfortable and conducive to recharging your body, mind and mood.

Think vertically

When it comes to freeing up floor space in the bedroom, walls are an often overlooked area. Utilising vertical space is a great solution for a small area. You can use vertical spaces behind the doors of your cupboards for storing smaller items that would otherwise clutter your room. Tallboys require less floor area than a traditional dresser or set of drawers but often provide just as much storage.

Decorative items 

While too many decorative accents can make a room appear cluttered and small, you don’t have to embrace a minimalist aesthetic to maximise your space.

Decorative accents like mirrors not only look attractive but help to make a room appear larger, making them perfect for modest bedrooms. Avoid freestanding mirrors that take up precious space and instead mount your mirror on the wall.

Float your shelves

Looking for a stylish space-saving solution? Hello, floating shelves. They’re simple, practical and allow you to save on much-needed floor space. 

Floating shelves are an elegant way to put some of your most treasured possessions on display. However, Catherine says to be careful that you don’t overdo it.

Not all items might be suitable to be stored in clear view so try incorporating small storage cubes or rattan baskets, as they’ll help you maintain a cleaner look.

Consider your arrangement

While we might not all have the luxury of space, paying attention to the layout of your room can make a big difference to how it feels and functions.

If space allows, positioning the bed in the centre of a wall creates symmetry and offers practicality with the ability to access the bed from either side.

Source – Article from realestate.com.au

Image – The Property Co. Group