Tips to Decorate Music Room In Your Home

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Tips to Decorate Music Room In Your Home



If you are a professional musician or a music lover, you definitely want to create a unique music room at home.

Music rooms can make a home come alive because people of every age enjoy music. Whatever style of music you like, there are decorating tips to give your room a unique look.

Here are tips to decorate a music room:

Comfortable Seating

It is worth the experience to sit in a seating style similar to the shapes of your instruments, like a drum and piano stool. This will add a new and positive vibe to the music room.

Adding a couple of bean bags, sofas, or comfy chairs will make this room homey and comfortable for you and your guests. In addition, you will spend more time in the music room if you're relaxed in your seat.

Showcase Audio Collection


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A couple of CD racks, bookcases, or built-in shelves will look great in your new music room. You can showcase your collection of music by putting your favorite audio cassettes or CDs on it. Also, this will help you to find your favorite music piece quickly.

Create a Gallery Wall


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Give your home’s music room a strong identity by creating a gallery wall with different styles of wall art.

You can mix and match various wall prints, canvas arts and musical wall art to give an interesting touch to your room. For this, you need to pick the best wall art or canvas art from trusted sites like ElephantStock. Also, you can add wall-mounted musical instruments in your gallery wall.

Add Posters on Wall

Framed posters of musical instruments make the walls of the room look great. A few posters of lines of songs, plus the tickets to music concerts, will look excellent in your music room.

Posters of musicians or music directors look good, and you’ll create a more stylish décor if you put them in frames. In addition, you will add some variety to your walls with this decor.

If you have a heavy metal music instrument, show them on the walls of the music room. This room is a celebration of music in all its forms.

Exotic Instrument

Everyone wants a music room. For instance, if you like to play piano, add it as an exotic instrument and create a music room.

Go for hard surfaces on the floors and walls. Hardwood, laminated floors, and ceramics are ideal materials to utilize as these create an exotic look of the music room.

Add Photographs

Almost every person is inspired by people we admire, and having photos of musicians will help you remember them.

If you have a photo of a musician on stage with the crowds cheering will bring great inspiration. If you have photos of your idols, you can remember the music that changed your life.

Guitar on Wall


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Guitar wall mounts are an excellent way to store your guitars and look after them easily. However, as this room is new for all of your instruments, you’ll need to place them in the right manner.

If you are a guitar lover, buy it at a minimum price from music shops or some department stores. As they’ll give your room a real musical feel.

Add Plant and Rug

Plants not only look nice but add a natural, homely feel to your music room, as plants are sound absorbers. The bigger the area of plants, the better the sound will be absorbed. For example, bigleaf plants absorb more sound.

It's best to add several small ones around the edge of the room. This increases the surface area of the plants making the room more fresh and peaceful.

Like plants, you can also buy rugs to eliminate the echoes in the room. There are some amazing rugs available in markets, some of which have figures of piano, guitar, and violin on them. You can choose something groovy, funky, and colorful according to the decor.

Conclusion

You can create a pleasant and vibrant looking music room with the help of above mentioned tips and tricks.










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