You are owning your apartment at Rivergate Residence in District 4. Do you want to decorate bedroom furniture impressively but less expensive? StellaHome hopes to help you design a beautiful bedroom from the suggestions below.
Buy new bedding
If you don’t already have one, consider a duvet or comforter. New bedding can create a whole new look, taking your room from modern to classic, primary to pastel and more.
Add new hardware
Replace old drawer handles and pulls with decorative ones. This low-effort trick adds personality and style to nondescript or inexpensive furniture. Want proof : The rings on this nightstand perfectly match the nautical theme.
Hook up a headboard
Make even the simplest bed look lush and seek with a wall-mounted headboard. You can even create a fun painted-on version using a wall stencil headboard.
Dress up the dresser
Adding a statement-making display on top of your storage from overflowing drawers ( our favorite little trick). This home takes advantage of a hanging poster and brass figurings, but framed family photos also do the trick.
Clear the clutter
Rid the bedroom of anything that isn’t conducive to relaxation or romance. This includes the TV, since research shows having one in the boudoir hinders sleep. At the very least, hide any stress-including clutter in a stylish container.
Dress up your windows
Add some amazing to windows with a valance. Complement solid-print curtains with a pattern valance, and vice versa.
Use a statement mirror
Not only do mirrors reflect light and make rooms feel bigger ( a nice touch for small bedrooms), but the stainless grain on this modern design also adds a touch of luxury.
Paper just one wall
Create a stylish accent wall with a bold black-and-white pattern. Pro tip: Use a strick-on paper to achieve this update in just one day.
Hang art behind decor
You’ll be supprised how different when your table lamp and dresser look when a hude modern paiting is hung behind it. Suddenly you’ve got a vignette instead of simply a plain surface.