One of the most private areas of your home is your bedroom. It's where you unwind and recharge, so there's no reason it shouldn't be the center of your attention. Follow these guidelines to create the bed of your dreams.
1. The rug is a must
One of the simplest ways to improve the aesthetic of your bedroom is to add texture and warmth. A beautiful rug will instantly draw your bedroom together, whether you prefer florals or basic motifs like jute. When you get out of bed, the first thing that hits your feet is the floor. In the winter, the rug will keep you warm because your feet will not be on the cold floor.
2. The more pillows the better it is
Plush, overstuffed throw pillows, which go a long way toward converting your bedroom from "every day" to a true hideaway that rivals the most opulent of hotels, have a certain allure. It looks beautiful if your pillows are made up of a range of fabrics and patterns, as well as different sizes.
3. Hide the box spring
If you don't have a platform bed, there are a variety of ways to conceal your box springs and frame without breaking the bank. The cover can conceal the bed's unsightly metal legs as well as your under-bed storage.
4. Add a nightstand by your bedside
Your nightstand is a jumble of necessities: hand creams, charging cords, novels, and glasses of water. Adding a nightstand would accentuate the beauty of the bed and would also serve for multipurpose use. Put some things away in a drawer and put little objects on show in a pretty tray.
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5. Add an upholstered headboard
For a smooth, lush-looking bed with a warm feel, nothing beats an upholstered headboard. Upholstered beds are also reasonably priced. They support your head and back while you're reading, watching TV, and about to fall asleep.
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6. Bed linens
If you can afford it, a linen top sheet will provide you with the best night's sleep. A linen top sheet is pricey, but it has a buttery feel to it.
7. Blankets, quilts, and duvet covers
Multiple layers of blankets, coverlets, quilts and duvet covers are one of the things that stick out in bedroom photographs you see in publications. Using many, thinner layers is the best approach to produce the layered look. It's also far easier to wash several thin blankets than it is to wash a single big comforter.