The home is a person’s castle, and it should be treated as such. Our bedroom, in particular, is the place we come to at the end of the day to escape, unwind and relax. There are some brilliant ways in which you can make your bedroom look and feel more expensive and luxurious, making it a room to truly be proud of.
Plump Up Your Pillows
It might seem like a strange thing to do, but having over plump or even double-stuffed pillow cases can add an air of sophistication to the room, not to mention how comfortable it will be to sleep on.
Add Cushions And Throws
The easiest way to take any design to the next level is to add colourful accessories which show off the space and add depth to your design. A set of cushions and a soft throw can transform your bed to the next level, making it seem much more expensive and rather like a fancy hotel. It’s also fun to play around with colours and designs throughout the seasons.
Fairy Lights and Candles
In the winter especially, adding in some scented candles and fairy lights behind your bed can bring a sense of ambiance and calm to the room. It will feel relaxing, cozy and very romantic. Soft lighting over the room will make everything look softer and add a wonderful depth to your bedroom space without breaking the bank.
Add A Juliet Balcony
The ultimate show of an expensive property is a balcony. However, you don’t need to go through the rigmarole of getting planning permission and building a balcony to add the feature to your home. A Juliet balcony is an alternative way to add that sense of air and space into your bedroom without major building work. You can install one around a large window or even a set of doors to create that feeling of space. Frameless Juliet balcony railings can give you the illusion of being open to the elements completely, and many people are opting for this solution.
Dress Down The Design
Your bedroom should be a sanctuary of peace and calm. Therefore when you are designing this room, try not to overdo it with crazy colours and designs, as this can make the room feel smaller and look tacky. Stick to pastel colours and sleek cupboards, opt for fitted wardrobes to save on space and make for an uncluttered room.
Clean Up Your Vanity
Many of us are guilty of having a beautiful vanity and throwing tonnes of cosmetics and toiletries on the surface, making it look consistently messy and unclean. Consider buying a vanity unit with drawer space so that you can store everything you need out of view and not detract from the calming feel of the room.
Add A Large Mirror
Lastly, we all know that mirrors make rooms feel much bigger than they really are, they trick the eye into thinking space goes on for much longer than it does. Add a large mirror to your wall or even install mirrored wardrobe doors to add space light and luxury to your bedroom.