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Interesting Artistic Details for a Cosy Bedroom


Who doesn’t love their bedroom? It’s one of the best places in the house to be, except maybe the kitchen. If you are looking for some simple tips to make your bedroom look extra cosy, then you’ve come to the right place.

• Use Big Mirrors

Most bedrooms will benefit from having a full-length mirror in them. They should be a part of every bedroom design. Another benefit of having a large mirror is that it makes the space feel more open and airy. If you don’t have the room for a large mirror then choose a narrow mirror or hang one from the back of the bedroom door.

• Create a Luxe Bed

One of the best ways to make a room look and feel more comfortable is to create a luxe bed. Throw down an extra blanket and some extra pillows, get a duvet and high-thread-count-sheets. Make the bed as comfortable and luxurious as possible and you’ll get a great bedroom for a good nigh't sleep.

• Cosy and Comfortable Seating

If there’s room in your bedroom, then it helps to have a few different areas in the room dedicated to relaxing and having fun. Having just one cosy chair in a room helps to get this effect. Create a small relaxation spot where you can just read books and relax.

• Use Twin Beds

Twin beds are associated with kids rooms, but they can make a smaller bedroom seem more cosy. They can look sophisticated and have a real chic feel to them when used properly. If you use more than one twin bed then use the same linens and make them look the same. Get a good bedside table to put between them too.

• Loft Beds

If the bedroom really is that small, then a loft bed could be just what you need. This gives you an extra bed in the loft area and it’s a great choice for kids. It’s a more expensive upgrade than others, but it goes a long way in using every inch of space in a room.

• Have a Desk/Vanity

If you’ve got the room for it, then putting a vanity or desk next to the bed can work well as a replacement for a bedside table. Put some convenient items on the table, such as a mirror, phone charger, pens and paper, and anything else that you can think of.

• Use a Dresser as a Bedside Table

A dresser is another good choice to replace a bedside table. As well as creating more closet space, you’ll have room to keep folded and smaller items. If you have a guest bedroom, then you can use the dresser to store towels and linens.

• Take the Minimalist Approach

You shouldn’t feel like you have to fill all the space in the bedroom. There’s nothing wrong with making things more streamlined. It’s easier to manage for a start, and it costs less.

• Art Groupings

Another good tip to make a bedroom look more cosy and pulled together is to group artwork. To create a more uniform look in the room each art piece should use the same frame. Try using variations of the same piece, other pieces by the same artist, or similar styles of art such as a small collection of vintage posters.

• Have a Coffee Corner

You can create more space in the bedroom by putting up a coffee corner in the room. This also means that you won’t need to leave the room to get a nice cup of joe in the morning.

• Bold Colors

There’s nothing wrong with daring to use bold colors in a bedroom. Bright colors and fun-looking wallpapers can be great choice. Using a combination of blue and green, for example, creates a welcoming and chic environment. Generally, blues, grays, and greens are solid choices for bedrooms. You can take things to the next level with oranges, yellows, and purples.

• Bedside Lighting

A cosy bedroom is one that has some form of bedside lighting. Table lamps make for an effective solution for adding bedside lighting. You can just put some on the bedside table. Sconces are also a good option. They can be plugged in and used to keep things simple.

• Think Multipurpose

There’s going to come a time when space needs to be used for more than just one thing. You might want to use your bedroom as a craft room or an office too. You can consider the extra purposes when designing your bedroom. Daybeds are good solutions to multipurpose bedrooms. They are couches one minute and then a bed the next.

• Make Good Use of Space

While the minimalist approach can sometimes work, you might not have the room to go that route. For a small room, you should make use of all available space. Don’t overlook any potential space as a chance to improve the comfort and functionality of a bedroom. Shelves offer some extra storage space for the wall. Put a wicker basket on the bedside table. Have a bench at the end of the bed that opens up to provide more storage space. There’s a lot you can do with a limited amount of space.

Summary

Bedrooms are naturally cosy as they are, given that’s where you relax and sleep. If you want to make your bedroom even more comfortable and cosy, then these 14 tips should definitely help.






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