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Bedrooms are easy rooms to update; paint a wall and switch on the cushions, and it feels like you have a completely new room. Even though turning your bedroom into a luxurious space is easy, it often feels like the bedroom is the last place in the home people spend time or money on. This is usually because it’s the only room in a home that family and friends are unlikely to see, and most people spend time decorating where they will entertain their guests.

Your bedroom should be a place you love to spend time in and offer you somewhere to retreat to for some tranquillity after a long day. Giving your bedroom a new look doesn’t have to be expensive, and we’re here to help with X tips on how to redesign your space.

Change The Layout

Change the layout of your room to give it a breath of fresh air; consider getting rid of some pieces that you don’t use to provide yourself with more space and stop your bedroom from feeling cramped. If the only layout change you make is moving your bed, you’ll find that it’s enough to make it feel like a whole new room.

Add Storage

Get rid of the clutter with adequate storage to bring the peace back into your bedroom. Fitted wardrobes are an excellent way to add storage without losing too much space, and Online Bedrooms offer a fantastic range at affordable prices, so you don’t have to break the bank to add this remarkable feature to your room.

If you use wardrobes, you can invest in hanging organisers for shoes, belts or other accessories. Fabric storage bins and nesting baskets are also a great way to clear away the mess.

Buy New Bedding

The focal point of any bedroom is the bed, and how you style it can have a massive impact on the rest of the room. Pick a new set that are completely different colours to the bedding you currently have; white is a classic favourite, but why not try pairing it with some soft pastel colours? Light sunny yellows, dusty pinks and periwinkle blue would make excellent choices to bring a fresh twist to your room.

Add cushions and a throw to layer the look of your new bedspread. Don’t be afraid to add patterns either; they can be perfect tools to draw the eye.

Consider The Lighting

How you light your room can pull off the entire look and create the right atmosphere for the space; in a bedroom, it’s essential to consider lighting that will make the room feel inviting and relaxing.

You don’t have to spend a fortune on new light fixtures; if you already have lamps, consider changing the shades out for a unique style. If you don’t want to keep the lamps, or you don’t have any, try changing the light fixture in the centre of the room for something with a little more wow factor; choose one with tinted shades or glass to give your room a warming and inviting glow.

Pick Your Paint

A low-cost way to transform your bedroom is paint; add an accent wall to give the room a sophisticated look or use the paint in well-placed areas to make the space seem bigger. Soft greys and pale blues are great options for a relaxing and restful space.

If you want to keep an old piece of furniture but it’s looking a little tired and outdated, paint can give it a new lease of life. Sand down the chest of drawers or bedside tables and paint them a bright complementary colour to the rest of the room; when they’re finished, it’ll be like you’ve bought brand new furniture.

Work Out The Best Flooring Option

If you’ve got wooden flooring under your carpets, then consider removing the carpet entirely; this can be done yourself with a little bit of elbow grease and a rented sander at a reasonable cost. Hardwood and exposed original floorboards have been trendy for years, and that doesn’t seem to be stopping any time soon.

If you’re not lucky enough to have wooden floors under your carpet, consider putting some in yourself. This can also be done as a DIY project, and you shouldn’t have any trouble installing it alone with the easy to install hardwood planks on the market.

Wooden floors add a beautiful vibe to a bedroom and can be styled with gorgeous rugs to give it a chic and sophisticated look or a warm and homely atmosphere.

If wooden floors aren’t your style, change your carpet for a soft, fluffy and luxuriously deep pile. With carpet, you have the added benefit of it staying warm in the winter, so your feet don’t freeze when you get out of bed.

Carpet will also offer you a quieter space; if you have a partner and have different sleep schedules, you may find that they often wake you coming to bed or vice versa when you have wooden floors.

Claire Preece